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Appeals from decisions of Committee

S. 182(1) amended by Nos 52/1998 s. 311(Sch. 1 item 30.1(a)), 2/2018 s. 32.

    (1)     An application may be made to VCAT for the review of a decision of the Committee made under Part 9 or of a failure by the Committee to make such a decision within a reasonable time.

S. 182(2) amended by No. 52/1998 s. 311(Sch. 1 item 30.1(b)).

    (2)     An application under subsection (1) may only be made by a person whose interests are affected by—

        (a)     the decision of the Committee; or

        (b)     the failure of the Committee to act.

S. 182(3) inserted by No. 52/1998 s. 311(Sch. 1 item 30.2).

    (3)     An application for review must be made within 28 days after the later of—

        (a)     the day on which the decision is made;

        (b)     if, under the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 1998 , the applicant requests a statement of reasons for the decision, the day on which the statement of reasons is given to the applicant or the applicant is informed under section 46(5) of that Act that a statement of reasons will not be given.

S. 182A inserted by No. 2/2018 s. 33.

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