S 30AA repealed by No 127 of 2010, s 3 and Sch 1 item 3, effective 25 November 2010. S 30AA formerly read:
SECTION 30AA Application for declaration as to unlawful association
The Attorney-General may apply to the Federal Court of Australia for an order calling upon any body of persons, incorporated or unincorporated, to show cause why it should not be declared to be an unlawful association.
An application under subsection (1):
shall be made on the ground that the body of persons to which it relates is one which is described in subsection
shall be by summons which may contain averments setting out the facts relied upon in support of the application.
S 30AA(3) repealed by No 24 of 2001, s 3 and Sch 10 item 33. For application provisions, see note under s 3BA. S 30AA(3) formerly read:
The provisions of section
shall apply in relation to averments contained in the summons as if they were averments of the prosecutor in a prosecution for an offence under this Part.
Service of a summons under this section upon the body of persons specified in the summons may be effected by publication of the summons in the Gazette and in a daily newspaper circulating in the city or town in which the head office in Australia of that body is stated in the summons to be situate, but the Court may order such further or other service as it thinks fit.
Any officer or member of the body of persons specified in any summons issued under this section may appear on behalf of that body to show cause.
If cause to the contrary is not shown to the satisfaction of the Court, it may make an order declaring the respondent body of persons to be an unlawful association.
Any person who is an interested person in relation to any declaration made under this section may, within 14 days after the making of any such declaration, apply to the Federal Court of Australia for the setting aside of the order.
Any application made under subsection (8) shall be heard by a Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia, and upon the hearing of the application the Court may affirm or annul the order.