(1) If the Tribunal makes an order in respect of an application under this Act (other than an interim order or a temporary order), a party or a person entitled to notice of the application may apply to the Tribunal for a rehearing of the application.
(2) A person entitled to notice of the application who was not, or did not become, a party may apply for a rehearing only if the Tribunal gives leave.
(3) Subsection (2) does not apply to the Public Advocate.
S. 60A(3A) inserted by No. 3/2006 s. 19.
(3A) If the Tribunal makes an order on a reassessment under section 61 conducted on the Tribunal's own initiative, a party or a person entitled to notice of the reassessment may apply to the Tribunal for a rehearing of the reassessment, if the Tribunal gives leave.
(4) An application for a rehearing, or for leave to apply for a rehearing, must be made within 28 days after the day of the order.
(5) If the Tribunal gives oral reasons for making an order and a party then requests written reasons under section 117 of the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 1998 , the day on which the written reasons are given to the party is deemed to be the day of the order for the purposes of subsection (4).
(6) A person cannot apply for a rehearing of—
(a) an application the order in respect of which was made by the Tribunal constituted by the President, whether with or without others; or
S. 60A(6)(b) substituted by No. 3/2006 s. 10(1), repealed by No. 69/2016 s. 145.
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S. 60A(6)(c) repealed by No. 69/2016 s. 145.
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(d) an application for a rehearing or for leave to apply for a rehearing.
S. 60B inserted by No. 78/2000 s. 7, substituted by No. 3/2006 s. 20.