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Entertainment Industry Act 2013 - Interim Statutory Review 

The Entertainment Industry Act 2013 commenced on 1 March 2014. The purpose of the Act, which repealed the Entertainment Industry Act 1989, is to provide for effective, fair and consistent regulation of the entertainment industry and protections for performers after the removal of licensing requirements for entertainment industry agents and managers.

Under the terms of the Act, the Minister for Industrial Relations is required to undertake an interim review to determine whether its policy objectives remain valid and whether its terms remain appropriate for securing those objectives.

Section 46 of the Act requires a report on the outcome of the review to be tabled in Parliament by 28 February 2018.

Submissions and comments to the interim review were received from a number of stakeholders in the entertainment industry – see below

Submissions received

The Interim Statutory Review of the Entertainment Industry Act 2013 has now been completed and the report was tabled in both Houses of the NSW Parliament on 15 February 2018 – see final report below

Final Report of the Interim Statutory Review of the Entertainment Industry Act 2013 - February 2018