Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975

PART IV - REVIEWS BY THE TRIBUNAL OF DECISIONS  

Division 7 - Miscellaneous  

SECTION 43AA   CORRECTION OF ERRORS IN DECISIONS OR STATEMENT OF REASONS  

43AA(1)   Correction of errors.  

If, after the making of a decision by the Tribunal, the Tribunal is satisfied that there is an obvious error in the text of the decision or in a written statement of reasons for the decision, the Tribunal may direct the Registrar to alter the text of the decision or statement in accordance with the directions of the Tribunal.

43AA(2)   [Effect of alteration]  

If the text of a decision or statement is so altered, the altered text is taken to be the decision of the Tribunal or the reasons for the decision, as the case may be.

43AA(3)   Examples of obvious errors.  

Examples of obvious errors in the text of a decision or statement of reasons are where:


(a) there is an obvious clerical or typographical error in the text of the decision or statement of reasons; or


(b) there is an inconsistency between the decision and the statement of reasons.

43AA(4)   Exercise of powers.  

The powers of the Tribunal under this section may be exercised by the President or by the member who presided at the proceeding to which the decision relates.




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