(1) In this section,
interim order means an order made under subsection (2).
(2) Where an applicant
for an order under this Division states in his application that he requests an
interim order, the State Administrative Tribunal may, if satisfied on
reasonable grounds that by reason of the urgent circumstances of the case it
should do so —
under this subsection as an interim order any order that may be made under
this Division with respect to the application; and
before the expiration of 3 months from the date on which an interim order
takes effect and upon a further request made by the applicant, renew the
interim order that is in force by serving notice in accordance with
section 104 that the order is renewed.
(3) An interim order
may be made or renewed notwithstanding that the time within which a person may
make a written submission has not expired.
(4) An interim order
made pursuant to an application for an order under this Division ceases to
have effect —
the expiration of 3 months from the date on which it takes effect or,
where the State Administrative Tribunal has renewed the interim order, at the
expiration of 6 months from that date; or
where the interim order is revoked by the Supreme Court on appeal from the
State Administrative Tribunal; or
the State Administrative Tribunal (or the Supreme Court on appeal from the
State Administrative Tribunal) —
makes an order under this Division with respect to the
dismisses the application.
(5) The State
Administrative Tribunal may revoke an interim order and, if it does so, shall
serve notice in accordance with section 104 that the order has been
[Section 82 amended: No. 55 of 2004
s. 1132, 1156(2) and (3) and 1158.]