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Monday, 18 June 2018
Page: 3168


Senator SIEWERT (Western AustraliaAustralian Greens Whip) (20:58): In clauses 29(2) and 29(3) the operator must make a determination on the application, that's what clause 29 does. Clause 29(2) says:

If the Operator considers that there is a reasonable likelihood that the person is eligible for redress, then the Operator must:

(a) approve the application …

And it goes on to a number of points. Then clause 29(3) says, 'Determination not to approve an application'. In what circumstances will the rules require the operator to revoke a determination in relation to a redress application made under those clauses?

Clause 29(4) then goes on to say:

The rules may require or permit the Operator to revoke, under this subsection, a determination made under subsection (2) or (3).

These are the subsections I was just referring to. What circumstances would permit that?