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10 most important pieces of legislation in 2013

Tuesday, December 24, 2013    

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Today, we look at the 10 most important pieces of legislation that were passed by Parliament this year. Our Top 10 series will culminate in our naming of the Sexiest Man and Woman and, eventually, our Personality of the Year.

1. The Security Interests in Personal Property (SIPP) Act, 2013

2. The Income Tax Relief (Large-scale Projects and Pioneer Industries) Act, 2013

3. The Securities (Amendment) Act, 2013

4. The Defamation Act, 2013

5. The Committal Proceedings Act, 2013

6. The Fiscal Incentives (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 2013

7. The Proceeds of Crime (Amendment) Act, 2013

8. The Commissions of Enquiry (Amendment) Act, 2013

9. The Charities Act, 2013

10. The Evidence (Special Measures) Act, 2012

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