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COMPETITION AND CONSUMER ACT 2010 - SECT 151CI

Review by Tribunal

  (1)   If the Commission makes a decision under section   151BA to refuse to make an exemption order relating to conduct of a person, the person may apply to the Tribunal for a review of the decision.

  (2)   If the Commission makes a decision under section   151BG to revoke an exemption order relating to conduct of a person, the person may apply to the Tribunal for a review of the decision.

  (3A)   If the Commission:

  (a)   makes a decision under section   151BUA to make a report obtained from a person, or an extract from such a report, available for inspection and purchase; or

  (b)   makes a decision under section   151BUB or 151BUC to give a person a written direction to make a report or extract available for inspection and purchase;

the person may apply to the Tribunal for a review of the decision.

  (4)   An application under this section for a review of a decision must be:

  (a)   in writing; and

  (b)   in the case of an application under subsection   (1) or (2)--made within 21 days after the Commission made the decision; and

  (c)   in the case of an application under subsection   (3)--made within 7 days after the Commission made the decision; and

  (d)   in the case of an application under subsection   (3A)--made within 28 days after the Commission made the decision.

  (5)   If the Tribunal receives an application under this section for a review of a decision, the Tribunal must review the decision.


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