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Entitlement of applicant to make submissions

S. 2.6.15(1) amended by No. 10/2021 s. 14.

    (1)     If the Institute is proposing to refuse an application for registration, renewal of registration or reinstatement of registration, other than in relation to an application to which section 2.6.14A applies, or to impose conditions, limitations or restrictions on the registration of an applicant, the Institute must not do so until—

        (a)     it has given the applicant notice of this proposal; and

S. 2.6.15(1)(b) amended by No. 31/2018 s. 13(1)(c).

        (b)     it has given the applicant an opportunity to make submissions to the Institute about the proposal; and

S. 2.6.15(1)(c) inserted by No. 31/2018 s. 13(1)(d).

        (c)     it has taken any submissions made by the applicant into account.

S. 2.6.15(2) inserted by No. 31/2018 s. 13(2).

    (2)     An applicant who has been given notice under subsection (1), may make written submissions to the Institute about the proposal to refuse the application.

S. 2.6.15(3) inserted by No. 31/2018 s. 13(2).

    (3)     Submissions under subsection (2) must be made within the period for making submissions specified in the notice under subsection (1), which must be no less than 28 days after the notice is given to the applicant.

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