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Who needs to register

Professional lobbyists who act on behalf of a third party client who wish to lobby State or local government officials or opposition representatives need to be registered before they contact a government or opposition representative for the purpose of lobbying activities.

For the purpose of the Register of Lobbyists, a professional lobbyist is an entity that carries out a lobbying activity for a fee or other reward for a third party client, or whose employees or contractors carry out a lobbying activity for a third party client.

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3 May, 2016

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