(1) The Secretary may revoke the allocation of a * place if the approved provider to whom the place is allocated has not, for a continuous period of 12 months, or such other period as is set out in the Allocation Principles:
(a) if the allocation is in respect of residential care subsidy--provided residential care in respect of the place; or
(c) if the allocation is in respect of flexible care subsidy--provided flexible care in respect of the place.
Note: Revocations of allocations are reviewable under Part 6.1.
(2) Before deciding to revoke the allocation, the Secretary must notify the approved provider that revocation is being considered. The notice must be in writing and must:
(a) include the Secretary's reasons for considering the revocation; and
(b) invite the approved provider to make written submissions to the Secretary within 28 days after receiving the notice; and
(c) inform the approved provider that if no submission is made within that period, any revocation will take effect on the day after the last day for making submissions.
(3) In deciding whether to revoke the allocation, the Secretary must consider:
(a) any submissions given to the Secretary within that period; and
(b) any matters specified in the Allocation Principles.
(4) The Secretary must notify, in writing, the approved provider of the decision.
(5) The notice must be given to the approved provider within 28 days after the end of the period for making submissions. If the notice is not given within this period, the Secretary is taken to have decided not to revoke the allocation.
(6) A revocation has effect:
(a) if no submission was made under subsection (2)--on the day after the last day for making submissions; or
(b) if such a submission was made--7 days after the day on which the notice was given under subsection (4).