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Minister may vary or revoke approval

  (1)   The Minister may, in writing, vary or revoke the approval if:

  (a)   the Minister has given the designated complainant a notice under subsection   (5) in relation to the variation or revocation; and

  (b)   14 business days have passed since that notice was given; and

  (c)   the Minister is satisfied that it is appropriate to make the variation or revocation.

  (2)   Paragraphs   (1)(a) and (b) do not apply if:

  (a)   the variation or revocation is in accordance with an application under subsection   154ZU(1); or

  (b)   in the case of a variation--the Minister is satisfied that the variation is of a minor or technical nature.


  (3)   For the purposes of being satisfied that it is appropriate to make the variation or revocation, the Minister may have regard to the following matters:

  (a)   any matter mentioned in subsection   154ZQ(2) or (3);

  (b)   whether the designated complainant has contravened, or is contravening, a condition to which the approval is subject;

  (c)   any matter prescribed in the designated complaints determination;

  (d)   any other matter the Minister considers relevant.

Notice of proposed variation or revocation

  (4)   The Minister may give a designated complainant a notice in writing stating that the Minister is proposing to vary or revoke the designated complainant's approval.

  (5)   The notice must set out the following:

  (a)   the proposed variation or revocation;

  (b)   the reasons for the proposed variation or revocation;

  (c)   the day on which the proposed variation or revocation is to take effect (which must be at least 14 business days after the notice is given).

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