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No merits review by Tribunal of decisions under energy laws

  (1)   This section applies if a State/Territory energy law or the Australian Energy Market Act 2004 purports to confer a function or power, or to impose a duty, in relation to a decision made under:

  (a)   a State/Territory energy law; or

  (b)   a uniform energy law applied as a law of the Commonwealth under the Australian Energy Market Act 2004 .

However, this section does not apply in relation to a decision relating to the disclosure of confidential or protected information under such a law.

  (2)   The purported conferral or imposition has no effect to the extent to which it would require or permit merits review (however described) of the decision by the Tribunal.

  (3)   This section applies despite anything in any law of the Commonwealth, a State or a Territory.

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