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Disability Services Regulation 2006

Queensland Parliamentary Counsel Country Resources disability, Disability Legislation Queensland 1 July 2006 Legislation/regulation equality

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The Regulation contains detailed information that makes the Act operational. It specifies some requirements for funded non-government service providers, outlining how they must operate to provide the disability services they are funded to deliver.

There are three parts to the Regulation:
• Part 1: Preliminary
• Part 2: Prescribed requirements
• Part 3: Other matters (insurance, identification documents for criminal history screening, and records).


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