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    Summary Offences - Graffiti Removal Powers
    The Summary Offences (Graffiti Removal Powers ) Amendment Act 2008 (the Act) provides a legislative basis to allow authorised Queensland Government officers, local council officers and officers from government owned corporations to remove graffiti from private places: without notifying the property owner where the graffiti can be reached from a public place and entry to the private property is n

    Criminal Law Amendment Bill No.2 2012
    As part of its pre-election commitments, the Government committed to: ensuring that victim impact statements be read out in court if the victim wishes; toughening the sentencing laws for drug traffickers who target children; requiring drug traffickers to serve at least 80 percent of their sentence before parole eligibility; and requiring all graffiti offenders to remove graffiti and to strengthen

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    12 May, 2016

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