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FAMILY LAW REGULATIONS 1984 - REG 21B

Interpretation

                   In this Part, unless the contrary intention appears:

"bodily sample" is not limited to a sample of blood.

"donor" means the person required to provide a bodily sample for the purposes of a parentage testing procedure.

"HLA" means human leucocyte antigen.

"NATA" means the National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia.

"nominated reporter" means the person nominated by a laboratory to prepare a report relating to the information obtained as a result of carrying out a parentage testing procedure at that laboratory.

"report" means a report in accordance with regulation 21M.

"sample" means a sample taken from a donor for the purposes of a parentage testing procedure.

"sampler" means a person who takes a bodily sample from a donor for the purposes of a parentage testing procedure.

"testing" means the implementation, or any part of the implementation, of a parentage testing procedure.



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