Series S2807 - FILE ACTION (SECURITY INDUSTRY ACT)

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AU WA S2807

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FILE ACTION (SECURITY INDUSTRY ACT)

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  • 1971-01-01 - 1976-12-30 (Creation)

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AU WA A79 - CORPORATE AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT (1985-02-01 - 1991-04-03)

Administrative history

The Corporate Affairs Department was created on the 1 February 1985 following the abolition of the Corporate Affairs Office. The Department was abolished on 3 April 1991, following the passing of federal legislation relating to uniform securities administration. An Office of State Corporate Affairs was established as a sub-department within Crown Law Department on the same day. The Australian Securities Commission became responsible for administering and policing the Companies Code in Western Australia.

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These volumes contain information related to file action of applicants to the Western Australian Security Industry Act and include, date of application for dealers/representaives licence, application withdrawn, renewed, bond lodged and licence issued etc.
The index to these volumes is CONS 6948, WAS 2806.

These records were transferred to the State Records Office by the Australian Securities And Investment Commission in April 2002.

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AN Cross Reference = 193

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