(1) If the transfer is completed, the transferor must give to the transferee such records, or copies of such records, as are necessary to ensure that the transferee can provide care in respect of the * places being transferred.
(2) These records must include the following:
(a) the assessment and classification records of care recipients receiving care from the * aged care service to which the * places being transferred relate;
(b) the individual care plans of those care recipients;
(c) the medical records, progress notes and other clinical records of those care recipients;
(d) the schedules of fees and charges for those care recipients;
(e) any agreements between those care recipients and the transferor;
(f) the accounts of those care recipients;
(g) where applicable, the prudential requirements for * refundable deposits and accommodation bonds for that aged care service;
(h) the records specified in the Allocation Principles.
Note: Approved providers have a responsibility under Part 4.3 to comply with this obligation. Failure to comply with a responsibility can result in a sanction being imposed under Part 4.4.