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Varying and revoking the FWC's decisions

             (1)  The FWC may vary or revoke a decision of the FWC that is made under this Act (other than a decision referred to in subsection (3)).

Note:          If the FWC makes a decision to make an instrument, the FWC may vary or revoke the instrument under this subsection (see subsection 598(2)).

             (2)  The FWC may vary or revoke a decision under this section:

                     (a)  on its own initiative; or

                     (b)  on application by:

                              (i)  a person who is affected by the decision; or

                             (ii)  if the kind of decision is prescribed by the regulations--a person prescribed by the regulations in relation to that kind of decision.

             (3)  The FWC must not vary or revoke any of the following decisions of the FWC under this section:

                     (a)  a decision under Part 2-3 (which deals with modern awards);

                     (b)  a decision under section 235 or Division 4, 7, 9 or 10 of Part 2-4 (which deal with enterprise agreements);

                     (c)  a decision under Part 2-5 (which deals with workplace determinations);

                     (d)  a decision under Part 2-6 (which deals with minimum wages);

                     (e)  a decision under Division 3 of Part 2-8 (which deals with transfer of business);

                      (f)  a decision under Division 8 of Part 3-3 (which deals with protected action ballots);

                     (g)  a decision under section 472 (which deals with partial work bans);

                     (h)  a decision that is prescribed by the regulations.

Note:          The FWC can vary or revoke decisions, and instruments made by decisions, under other provisions of this Act (see, for example, sections 447 and 448).

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