(a) a reviewable decision is made by a delegate of the Minister; and
(b) the decision is not a decision under subsection (4);
a person affected by the decision may apply in writing to the Minister for review of the decision.
(2) An application for review of a decision must be made within 28 days after the person is notified of the decision.
(3) An application for review of a decision must set out the reasons for making the application.
(4) After receiving an application for review of a decision, the Minister must review the decision and:
(a) affirm the decision under review; or
(b) vary the decision under review; or
(c) set aside the decision under review and make a decision in substitution for it.
Note: Under section 27A of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975 , the decision-maker must give to persons whose interests are affected by the decision a notification of the making of the decision and of their right to have the decision reviewed. In notifying any such persons, the decision-maker must have regard to the Code of Practice determined under section 27B of that Act.