Acts Interpretation Act 1901
(Repealed by No 46 of 2011)
Act No 134 of 2008, s 4, reads:
the Finance Minister must make a determination, in accordance with subsection (4), to fully compensate the person. ... ...
Entitlements from 1 July 2008
(a) a person would have been entitled to one or more payments (the lost payments ) under an Act that is amended by Schedule 1, 2, 3 or 5 to this Act if the relevant Schedule had commenced on 1 July 2008; and
(b) because the Schedule did not commence until after 1 July 2008, the person is not entitled to the payment or payments; and
(c) the person makes an application to the Finance Minister for one or more payments (the replacement payments ) to compensate the person for the lost payments;
A determination by the Finance Minister under this subsection must:
(a) be in writing; and
(b) set out:
(i) the amount and timing of the replacement payments; or
(ii) the method of determining the amount and timing of the replacement payments.
An application must be in writing in the form approved by the Finance Minister.
Replacement payments are to be made out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund, which is appropriated accordingly.
A determination made under this section is not a legislative instrument.
In this section:
means the Minister who administers the Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997 .
the Finance Minister must make a determination, in accordance with subsection (4), to fully compensate the person.