(1) If a reviewable decision is made:
(a) by the Minister; or
(b) under subsection 49(4) by a delegate of the Minister;
application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of that decision.
(2) The Minister may, if the Minister makes:
(a) a decision in response to a refusal/cancellation request made under subsection 13(1) or 14(1); or
(b) a decision under subsection 49(4) on review of a decision made by a Minister's delegate in response to a refusal/cancellation request made under section 13 or 14;
certify that the decision involved matters of international relations or criminal intelligence.
(3) Despite section 43 of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975 , if the Minister has given a certificate under subsection (2) in relation to a decision, then in any review of that decision the Administrative Appeals Tribunal may only make a decision:
(a) affirming the Minister's decision; or
(b) remitting the decision to the Minister for reconsideration in accordance with any directions or recommendations of the Tribunal.