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TRADE MARKS ACT 1995 No. 119 of 1995 - SECT 206

Delegation of Registrar's powers and functions
206. (1) The Registrar may by signed instrument delegate all or any of his or
her powers or functions to:

   (a)  a prescribed person, or persons included in a prescribed class,
        holding or performing the duties of an Australian Public Service
        office in the Trade Marks Office; or

   (b)  a prescribed employee, or employees included in a prescribed class,
        employed in the Trade Marks Office. Note 1: For employee see section
        6. Note 2: See section 34AB of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901 about
        the effect of this subsection.

(2) A delegate must, if so required by the instrument of delegation, exercise
or perform a delegated power or function under the direction or supervision
of:

   (a)  the Registrar; or

   (b)  a person specified in the instrument, being a person referred to in
        paragraph (1)(a) or (b). 


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