Council may recommend revocation if facility materially different or upon request
(1) The Council may recommend to the designated Minister that the designated Minister revoke his or her decision (the ineligibility decision ) that a service is ineligible to be a declared service. The Council must have regard to the objects of this Part in making its recommendation.
(2) The Council cannot recommend that a decision be revoked unless:
(a) it is satisfied that, at the time of the recommendation, the facility that is (or will be) used to provide the service concerned is so materially different from the proposed facility described in the application made under section 44LB that the Council is satisfied of all of the declaration criteria for the service; or
(b) the person who is, or expects to be, the provider of the service that is provided, or that is proposed to be provided, by means of the facility requests that it be revoked.
Minister must decide whether to revoke
(3) On receiving a recommendation that the designated Minister revoke the ineligibility decision, the designated Minister must either revoke the ineligibility decision or decide not to revoke the ineligibility decision.
(4) The designated Minister must have regard to the objects of this Part in making his or her decision.
Minister must publish decision
(5) The designated Minister must publish, by electronic or other means, the decision to revoke or not to revoke the ineligibility decision.
(6) If the designated Minister decides not to revoke the ineligibility decision, the designated Minister must give reasons for the decision to the person who is, or expects to be, the provider of the service concerned when the designated Minister publishes the decision.
Deemed decision of Minister
(7) If the designated Minister does not publish his or her decision to revoke or not to revoke the ineligibility decision within the period starting at the start of the day the recommendation to revoke the ineligibility decision is received and ending at the end of 60 days after that day, the designated Minister is taken, immediately after the end of that 60-day period:
(a) to have made a decision (the deemed decision ) under subsection (3) that the ineligibility decision be revoked; and
(b) to have published the deemed decision under subsection (5).
Limits on when a revocation can be made
(8) The designated Minister cannot revoke the ineligibility decision without receiving a recommendation from the Council that the ineligibility decision be revoked.
When a revocation comes into operation
(9) If the designated Minister revokes the ineligibility decision, the revocation comes into operation at:
(a) if, within 21 days after the designated Minister publishes his or her decision, no person has applied to the Tribunal for review of the decision--the end of that period; or
(b) if a person applies to the Tribunal within that period for review of the decision and the Tribunal affirms the decision--the time of the Tribunal's decision.