This legislation has been repealed.
Factors to be considered by Tribunal in proceedings involving special complaints126. Factors to be considered by Tribunal in proceedings involving special complaints (1) In making an order in a proceeding in respect of a special complaint, the Tribunal must have regard to- (a) the extent to which the complaint involves complex issues of policy, administration or resource allocation (whether in the private or public sector) that are unsuitable for resolution by an order requiring particular action to be taken or not taken; and (b) the extent to which an order would require continued supervision by the Tribunal or would tend to promote the taking of further proceedings for its enforcement. (2) Nothing in subsection (1) limits the power of the Tribunal to order the respondent to pay compensation in accordance with section 136(a)(ii). * * * * * Division 6-Interim orders