(1) If the Minister is
satisfied that the laws of another State or Territory relating to the
administration of the estates of incapable adults correspond sufficiently with
this Act the Minister may enter into an arrangement with the relevant Minister
in that State or Territory for the recognition of the relevant orders (by
whatever name known) made under the laws of that State or Territory in respect
of persons who —
enter this State from that State or Territory; or
enter that State or Territory from this State.
(2) The Minister is to
cause any such arrangement to be published in the Gazette .
(3) Where an
interstate arrangement is in effect under subsection (1) a relevant order in
force under the laws of the other State or Territory has, while the person to
whom it relates is in this State, the same force and effect according to its
terms as an administration order made under this Act.
(4) If an interstate
arrangement under subsection (1) ceases to operate the Minister is to cause
notice of that cessation to be published in the Gazette , but for the purposes
of subsection (3) the arrangement is to be deemed to continue in effect until
that notice is so published.
[Section 83D inserted: No. 7 of 1996 s. 26.]