(cf s 121 MACA)
(1) The regulations may make provision for or with respect to regulating (including prohibiting) conduct by any person (including advertising) that relates to--(a) the marketing of services to be provided by an Australian legal practitioner or an agent in connection with claims under this Act, or(b) the use of the expression "green slip" in connection with any commercial services (whether in connection with claims under this Act or the issue of third-party policies under this Act), other than services provided by or on behalf of the Authority or licensed insurers.
(2) A regulation may not be made under subsection (1) (a) except with the concurrence of the Minister administering the Legal Profession Uniform Law Application Act 2014 .
(3) A regulation under this section may impose a penalty not exceeding 200 penalty units for any contravention of the regulation.
(4) Nothing in this section prevents advertising by a bona fide consumer or community advocacy or advice body.