ComLaw Changes



ComLaw is about to undergo a name change.

ComLaw will from Saturday March 5 be called the Federal Register of Legislation and there will be a short period of downtime early that day while the change takes place.

Below is the text of the notice displayed on the ComLaw homepage.



ComLaw to become the Federal Register of Legislation

Legislative changes, which commence on 5 March, will establish a single Federal Register of Legislation which combines the content of ComLaw, the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments (FRLI) and the Acts database into a single register.

The address for this website will change to https://www.legislation.gov.au but any bookmarks or links you may have to the current ComLaw website will be redirected automatically and, if you have subscribed to our free notification service, you will not need to reset your password.

As part of this change, this website will be unavailable on Saturday March 5 from 7am for the implementation of the new site.

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