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FAIR WORK ACT 2009 (NO. 28, 2009) - SECT 603

Varying and revoking FWA's decisions

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

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

             (2)  FWA 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)  FWA must not vary or revoke any of the following decisions of FWA 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:          FWA 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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