(1) The * Aged Care Pricing Commissioner must, as soon as practicable after the end of each financial year, prepare and give to the Minister, for presentation to the Parliament, a report on the Aged Care Pricing Commissioner's operations during that year.
Note: See also section 34C of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901 , which contains extra rules about annual reports.
(2) The * Aged Care Pricing Commissioner must include in the report:
(a) the number of applications that were made to the Aged Care Pricing Commissioner during the financial year for approval to charge an accommodation payment that is higher than the maximum amount of accommodation payment determined by the Minister under section 52G-3; and
(b) the number of such applications that were approved, rejected or withdrawn during the financial year; and
(c) the number of applications that were made to the Aged Care Pricing Commissioner during the financial year for approval to charge an extra service fee; and
(d) any other information required by the Commissioner Principles to be included in the report.