ADMINISTRATIVE APPEALS TRIBUNAL ACT 1975

PART IVA - APPEALS AND REFERENCES OF QUESTIONS OF LAW TO THE FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA  

SECTION 43B   PART APPLIES WHETHER TRIBUNAL ' S POWER CONFERRED BY AN ENACTMENT OR BY A LAW OF A STATE  

43B(1)   [Application of this Part]  

This Part applies in relation to a proceeding that was before the Tribunal before the commencement of this section, or that is before the Tribunal after that commencement, under power conferred on it by or under:


(a) an enactment; or


(b) a law of a State.

Note: The enactment may be regulations made for the purposes of subsection 25(2) (review of decisions made in the exercise of powers conferred by a Norfolk Island enactment).

43B(2)   [Proceeding where power conferred by State]  

This Part has effect in relation to a proceeding before the Tribunal under power conferred on it by a law of a State as if a reference in this Part to a provision of this Act that is not in this Part were a reference to that provision as applying as a law of the State.




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