S 43A repealed by No 60 of 2015, s 3 and Sch 1 item 123, effective 1 July 2015. For transitional and saving provisions, see note under the title of the Act. S 43A formerly read:
SECTION 43A RETURN OF DOCUMENTS ETC. AT COMPLETION OF PROCEEDING
a proceeding before the Tribunal has concluded; and
the time within which an appeal from the decision of the Tribunal in the proceeding may be instituted, or, if that time has been extended, the period of the extension, has expired but no such appeal has been instituted,
the President may cause a document or any other object given to the Tribunal for the purposes of the proceeding to be returned to the person by whom it was given.
S 43A(1) amended by No 38 of 2005. For transitional provisions see note under s
S 43A(1) inserted by No 58 of 1977; amended by No 26 of 1982.
Where the Federal Court of Australia or the Federal Circuit Court of Australia causes a document sent to the court in accordance with paragraph
in connexion with a proceeding before the court to be returned to the Tribunal, the President may cause the document to be returned to the person by whom it was given to the Tribunal.