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Variation and revocation of determinations

  (1)   The Commission may, if satisfied it is appropriate to do so, by written instrument vary or revoke a determination:

  (a)   on its own initiative; or

  (b)   on the application of any party to the determination.

  (2)   Sections   153ZEQ and 153ZER apply to the making of a variation of a final determination as if:

  (a)   an access dispute arising out of the final determination had been notified when the application was made to the Commission for the variation of the determination; and

  (b)   the variation were the making of a final determination in the terms of the varied determination.

  (3)   Before making a variation, the Commission may give a draft variation to the parties.

  (4)   When the Commission varies or revokes a determination, it must give the parties to the determination its reasons for doing so.

  (5)   A variation or revocation is not a legislative instrument.

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