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CHILDREN AND YOUNG PERSONS (CARE AND PROTECTION) ACT 1998 - SECT 231R

Revocation of registration

231R Revocation of registration

(1) An application for the revocation of the registration of any document filed under section 231P may be made to the Children's Court by:
(a) the Secretary, or
(b) the child or young person concerned, or
(c) a parent of the child or young person concerned, or
(d) a party to the proceeding in the Children's Court in the sending State in which the decision to transfer the order or proceeding (as the case requires) was made.
(2) The Registrar of the Children's Court must cause a copy of an application under subsection (1) to be sent by post or given as soon as possible to:
(a) the relevant interstate officer, and
(b) any person by whom such an application could have been made.
(3) The Children's Court may revoke the registration of a document filed under section 231P only if satisfied that it was inappropriately registered because:
(a) the decision or order to transfer the child protection order or the order to transfer the child protection proceeding (as the case requires) was at the time of registration subject to appeal or review or a stay, or
(b) the time for instituting an appeal or seeking a review had not expired,
under the interstate law.
(4) The Registrar of the Children's Court must cause any document filed in the Children's Court under section 231P to be sent to the Children's Court in the sending State if the registration of the document is revoked.
(5) The revocation of the registration of a document does not prevent the later re-registration of that document.



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