(1) If the Secretary receives a transfer notice relating to a * place, the Secretary may, at least 7 days before the proposed transfer day, give the transferor and transferee a veto notice rejecting the transfer if:
(a) a notice to resolve has been given in respect of the transfer and issues specified in that notice remain of concern to the Secretary; or
(b) the Secretary is not satisfied of the matters in section 16-3 in relation to the transfer; or
(c) for cases where the transfer would result in residential care in respect of the place being provided through a residential care service in a different location where that residential care service has, or a * distinct part of that service has, * extra service status--neither subsection 16-7(1) nor (2) applies in relation to the transfer; or
(d) the proposed transfer would result in the place being transferred to another State or Territory; or
(e) circumstances specified in the Allocation Principles exist.
Note: Decisions to give a veto notice are reviewable under Part 6.1.
(2) A veto notice must:
(a) be in writing; and
(b) contain a statement that it is a notice under this section; and
(c) state the reasons for giving the veto notice.