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Determination of Tribunal where objections are received

S. 117(1) amended by No. 52/1998 s. 188(4)(a).

    (1)     If the Tribunal receives an objection to the application within the period specified in the notice, the Tribunal must give the following persons a reasonable opportunity to be heard or to make written submissions in respect of the application—

        (a)     the responsible authority;

        (b)     any person against whom the enforcement order is sought;

        (c)     the owner of the land;

        (d)     the occupier of the land;

        (e)     the applicant for the enforcement order;

        (f)     any other person whom it considers may be adversely affected by the enforcement order;

        (g)     any person whom it considers has been or may be adversely affected by the contravention.

    (2)     After hearing any person under subsection (1) and considering any written submissions made under that subsection, the Tribunal may—

        (a)     make any enforcement order it thinks fit in accordance with section 119 in respect of the land; or

        (b)     reject the application.

S. 118 amended by No. 62/1991 s. 35(5), repealed by No. 52/1998 s. 188(4)(b).

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S. 119 amended by No. 52/1998 s. 188(4)(c).

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