In this part—
"affected person" , in relation to a decision, means—
(a) if the decision is an original decision—a person who must be given an information notice for the decision; or
(b) if the decision is an internal review decision—the person who applied for the internal review.
(a) the decision;
(b) the reasons for the decision;Note—See the Acts Interpretation Act 1954 , section 27B for matters that must be included with the reasons.
(c) that the person to whom the notice is given may ask for a review of the decision under this Act;
(d) how, and the period within which, the review may be started;
(e) how the person may apply for a stay of the operation of the decision.
(a) if there is more than 1 person who apparently occupies the place—any 1 of the persons;
(b) any person at the place who is apparently acting with the authority of a person who apparently occupies the place;
(c) if no-one apparently occupies the place—any person who is an owner of the place.
(b) vacant land;
(c) a place in Queensland waters;
(d) a place held under more than 1 title or by more than 1 owner;
(e) the land or water on or in which a building or other structure, or a group of buildings or other structures, is situated.
(a) a building or other structure;
(b) a part of a building or other structure;
(c) a caravan or vehicle;
(d) a cave or tent;
(e) premises held under more than 1 title or by more than 1 owner.
(a) that the public is entitled to use, that is open to members of the public or that is used by the public, whether or not on payment of money; orExamples of a place that may be a public place under paragraph (a)—a beach, a park, a road
(b) the occupier of which allows, whether or not on payment of money, members of the public to enter.Examples of a place that may be a public place under paragraph (b)—a saleyard, a showground
(a) means a vehicle under the Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995 ; and
(b) includes a vessel under that Act.