Customs Act 1901

PART XVB - SPECIAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO ANTI-DUMPING DUTIES  

Division 9 - Review by Review Panel  

Subdivision B - Review of Ministerial decisions  

SECTION 269ZZE   HOW MUST AN APPLICATION BE MADE?  

269ZZE(1)  
An application must:


(a) be in writing; and


(b) be in accordance with a form approved under section 269ZY ; and


(c) contain such information as the form requires; and


(d) be signed in the manner indicated in the form; and


(e) be made in the manner approved under section 269ZY ; and


(f) be accompanied by the fee prescribed in an instrument under subsection (3).

269ZZE(2)  
Without limiting paragraph (1)(c), an application must:


(a) contain a full description of the goods to which the application relates; and


(b) contain a statement setting out the grounds on which the applicant believes the reviewable decision is not the correct or preferable decision; and


(c) contain a statement setting out the decision (the proposed decision ) that the applicant considers the Minister should have made; and


(d) contain a statement setting out how the grounds mentioned in paragraph (b) support the making of the proposed decision; and


(e) for a decision referred to in paragraph 269ZZA(1)(a) , (c), (ca) or (d) - contain a statement setting out how the proposed decision is materially different from the reviewable decision.

Note:

Sections 269ZZX and 269ZZY set out requirements concerning confidential or sensitive commercial information that might be contained in an application, including the need to accompany the application with a summary of such information.

Fee

269ZZE(3)  


The Minister may, by legislative instrument, prescribe a fee for the purposes of paragraph (1)(f).

269ZZE(4)  


The instrument may prescribe different fees for different kinds of applications or different kinds of applicants.

269ZZE(5)  


The instrument may make provision for, and in relation to, the refund or waiver of any fee.



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