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COMPETITION AND CONSUMER ACT 2010 - SECT 153ZEB

Definitions

    In this Part:

"access dispute" means an access dispute notified under section   153ZEM.

"access seeker" , for a CS service, means a person who wants access to the CS service or wants a change to some aspect of the person's existing access to the CS service.

"Australian CS facility licence" has the same meaning as in the Corporations Act 2001 .

"constitutional trade or commerce" has the same meaning as in section   53B.

"covered by a declaration" : see subsection   153ZEF(3).

"CS facility" means a clearing and settlement facility (within the meaning of the Corporations Act 2001 ).

"CS facility licensee" has the same meaning as in the Corporations Act 2001 .

CS service has the same meaning as in section " " 828 of the Corporations Act 2001 .

"declared CS service" : a CS service is a declared CS service if:

  (a)   the provider of the CS service is a CS facility licensee or a person that is related to a CS facility licensee; and

  (b)   the CS facility licensee holds an Australian CS facility licence that authorises the CS facility licensee to operate a CS facility; and

  (c)   the CS service can only be provided because it has access to, or to data used in the operation of, the CS facility; and

  (d)   the CS service is covered by a declaration under section   153ZEF.

"determination" means:

  (a)   a final determination made under paragraph   153ZEP(1)(a); and

  (b)   an interim determination made under paragraph   153ZEP(1)(b).

"linked" : a CS facility is linked to a CS service if:

  (a)   the CS service is a declared CS service; and

  (b)   the CS facility is the CS facility mentioned in paragraphs   (b) and (c) of the definition of declared CS service.


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