SUPERANNUATION INDUSTRY (SUPERVISION) ACT 1993

PART 15 - STANDARDS FOR TRUSTEES, CUSTODIANS AND INVESTMENT MANAGERS OF SUPERANNUATION ENTITIES  

Division 3 - Disqualified persons  

Subdivision A - Disqualification by the Commissioner of Taxation  

SECTION 126F   THE REGULATOR'S POWERS TO SEEK FURTHER MATERIAL  

126F(1)   [Applicant to provide information or consent]  

If, to decide an application under subsection 126B(1) , the Regulator needs:


(a) further information; or


(b) the applicant's consent to the Regulator making inquiries about the applicant from another person;

the Regulator may ask an applicant to provide information or consent.

126F(2)   [Fees]  

The Regulator may, by notice in writing, require a person who has made an application under subsection 126B(1) to pay to the Regulator an amount equal to the amount of any fees charged to the Regulator by any law enforcement agency, regulatory agency or court for answering any inquiry by the Regulator about the applicant if the fees:


(a) are of a kind prescribed for the purposes of this subsection; and


(b) exceed an amount prescribed for the purposes of this subsection, or exceed, in total, such an amount.

126F(3)   [Waiver of fees]  

The Regulator may, on the application of a person who has made an application under subsection 126B(1) , waive in whole or in part, the requirement to pay an amount under subsection (2) if the Regulator is satisfied that there are special circumstances making it unfair to require the applicant to pay that amount or that part of that amount.

126F(4)   [Application deemed withdrawn]  

If the applicant fails to comply with the request, the Regulator must treat the application as having been withdrawn.

126F(5)   [Application may be decided before requirements complied with]  

Nothing in this section or in section 126B prevents the Regulator from deciding an application before some or all of the requirements in subsection 126B(3) have been complied with.




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