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In addition to the ANU Act 1991 as a Commonwealth Authority ANU is subject to a number of Commonwealth legislations such as the: Freedom of Information Act 1982, Fair Work Act 2009, Higher Education Support Act 2003, Fringe Benefits Tax Assessment Act 1986, Copyright Act 1968, Census and Statistics Act 1905.
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Statutes and Rules are created, reviewed under the Legislative Instruments Act 2003 and used by ANU to provide relevant guidance to staff and students in their interactions with ANU.
Delegations are used by ANU to appoint particular powers relevant to finance, human resources, council etc, to representative positions within the organisation.
Committees are used throughout ANU to make decisions for and about the ANU community. There are 7 major committees who make recommendations to Council who make the final decisions for the University:
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