Parliamentary Privilege Act 2014

Scope of prohibited impeaching or questioning, in court or tribunal proceedings, of proceedings in Parliament

11 Facts, liability, and judgments or orders

In proceedings in a court or tribunal, evidence must not be offered or received, and questions must not be asked or statements, submissions, or comments made, concerning proceedings in Parliament, by way of, or for the purpose of, all or any of the following:

(a)

questioning or relying on the truth, motive, intention, or good faith of anything forming part of those proceedings in Parliament:

(b)

otherwise questioning or establishing the credibility, motive, intention, or good faith of any person:

(c)

drawing, or inviting the drawing of, inferences or conclusions wholly or partly from anything forming part of those proceedings in Parliament:

(d)

proving or disproving, or tending to prove or disprove, any fact necessary for, or incidental to, establishing any liability:

(e)

resolving any matter, or supporting or resisting any judgment, order, remedy, or relief, arising or sought in the court or tribunal proceedings.

Compare: Parliamentary Privileges Act 1987 s 16(3) (Aust)