Statutes annotations and indexes are tools which enable us to trace the legislative history of an Act, but more specifically how to:
Gazettes, both federal and State, provide the authority for executive decisions and notices. Therefore, references to the Gazette can be important, and it is useful to be aware of the role of gazettal notices. For example, the tells us that the responsible minister overseeing the Civil Liability Act 1936 is the Attorney-General. We can check the authority for this in the SA Government Gazette of 14.12.1993 at page 2965.