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AGED CARE ACT 1997 - SECT 72.1

Allocation of residential care grants

             (1)  The Secretary may allocate * residential care grants to approved providers in respect of the * capital works costs of projects for the provision of residential care.

             (2)  The allocation must meet the criteria for allocations specified in the Grant Principles.

             (3)   However:

                     (a)  each of the approved providers must have made a valid application in respect of the allocation (see Division 71); and

                     (b)  the allocation must comply with the terms of an invitation published under that Division (see section 72-4);

except so far as the Secretary waives these requirements under section 72-5.

             (4)  A * residential care grant can only be allocated to an approved provider:

                     (a)  whose approval under Part 2.1 includes * residential care (see subsection 8-1(2)); and

                     (b)  who holds an allocation of * places for * residential care subsidy under Part 2.2 (whether or not it is a * provisional allocation), being places that are, or are to be, included in the residential care service in respect of which the grant is payable; and

                     (c)  in relation to a residential care service that does not have, and no * distinct part of which has, * extra service status.

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