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Advice and interpretation - Lobbying Act

The Commissioner of Lobbying may issue interpretation bulletins and advisory opinions with respect to the enforcement, interpretation or application of the Lobbying Act.

The main difference between these two types of information documents is the nature and extent to which the information applies to those required to be listed in a registration.

Interpretation bulletins

Interpretation bulletins are issued in relation to sections of the Act that are not easily interpreted as written.

Advisory opinions

Unlike interpretation bulletins, advisory opinions are generally more specific, offering guidance to a particular group or set of individuals on how the Act may or may not apply to them.

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