(1) The Commonwealth Minister must issue a proposed ban notice if the Commonwealth Minister proposes to impose an interim ban, or a permanent ban:
(a) on consumer goods of a particular kind; or
(b) on product related services of a particular kind.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply in relation to an interim ban if the Commonwealth Minister has issued a notice under section 132J certifying that the ban should be imposed without delay.
(3) The proposed ban notice must:
(a) be in writing; and
(b) be published on the internet; and
(c) set out a copy of a draft notice for the imposition of the interim ban or permanent ban; and
(d) set out a summary of the reasons for the proposed imposition of the ban; and
(e) invite any person who supplies, or proposes to supply:
(i) consumer goods of that kind; or
(ii) product related services of that kind;
to notify the Commission, in writing and within a period specified in the notice, if the person wishes the Commission to hold a conference in relation to the proposed imposition of the ban.
(4) The period specified in the proposed ban notice under paragraph (3)(e):
(a) must be a period of at least 10 days, or such longer period as the Commonwealth Minister specifies in the notice; and
(b) must not commence before the day on which the notice is published.
(5) A proposed ban notice is not a legislative instrument.