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Determination Variation - 14 February 2012

 

SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES ACT 1975

DETERMINATION VARIATION

PREAMBLE

The Salaries and Allowances Tribunal has issued a determination in respect of the holder of the office of Solicitor General under section 4 of the Solicitor-General Act 1969.

DETERMINATION

The determination of the Salaries and Allowances Tribunal made on 31 March 2011 under sections 6(1)(c), (d) and (e) of the Salaries and Allowances Act 1975, as amended from time to time, is hereby varied by a further determination set out below.

The determination is effective from the date of appointment.

SEVENTH SCHEDULE: SOLICITOR-GENERAL

Pursuant to section 4 of the Solicitor-General Act 1969 the Salaries and Allowances Tribunal determines that the holder of the office of Solicitor-General is entitled to remuneration of $448,826 inclusive of salary, motor vehicle entitlement and superannuation.

A holder of the office of Solicitor-General who retains the right to private practice is entitled to remuneration of $364,925 inclusive of salary, motor vehicle entitlement and superannuation.

For the purpose of superannuation the notional value of the motor vehicle entitlement is $26,900 per annum.  In all other respects, the motor vehicle entitlements set out in Part 3 of the First Schedule of this determination apply to the Solicitor General.

The entitlement to salary packaging arrangements set out in Part 4 of the First Schedule of this determination applies to the Solicitor General.

Dated at Perth this 14th day of February 2012.

 

W S Coleman AM C A Broadbent B J Moore
CHAIRMAN MEMBER MEMBER


SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES TRIBUNAL

 

Acknowledgement of Country

The Government of Western Australia acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.