An Act to make miscellaneous amendments to certain legislation with respect to courts and certain other legislation administered by the Attorney General.
1 Name of Act
This Act is the Courts and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2012.
(1) This Act commences on the date of assent to this Act, except as otherwise provided by this section.(2) Schedule 9  and  commence on the date of assent to this Act or the commencement of Schedule 1  to the Jury Amendment Act 2010, whichever is the later.(3) Schedules 5 and 10  and  commence on a day or days to be appointed by proclamation.
Schedules 1–8 (Repealed)
Schedule 9 Amendment of Jury Act 1977 No 18
 Section 75A Information to be supplied to sheriff
Omit section 75A (2B) and (2C) (as inserted by Schedule 1  to the Jury Amendment Act 2010).Insert instead:(2B) For the purposes of determining whether a person proposed to be summoned for jury service should be excluded from jury service, the sheriff may obtain the following information from Roads and Maritime Services:(a) the person’s driver licence number,(b) the person’s residential address,(c) if the person is disqualified from holding a driver licence and the disqualification period is 12 months or more—the date on which the person’s disqualification ends.(2C) The sheriff and Roads and Maritime Services may enter into an arrangement in relation to the manner and form in which information requested under this section is to be provided.(2D) The Commissioner of Police or Roads and Maritime Services is required and permitted to comply with a request made by the sheriff under this section.
 Section 75A (4)
Insert after section 75A (3):(4) The sheriff may disclose information obtained under this section to the Commissioner of Police in connection with a request by the sheriff for information from the Commissioner of Police for the purposes of determining whether a person proposed to be summoned for jury service should be excluded from jury service.
sch 9: Am 1987 No 15, sec 30C.
schs 10–14: Rep 1987 No 15, sec 30C.
Schedules 10–14 (Repealed)