SUPERANNUATION INDUSTRY (SUPERVISION) ACT 1993

PART 28 - PROCEEDINGS  

SECTION 320   POWER OF REGULATOR TO INTERVENE IN PROCEEDINGS  

320(1)  
The Regulator may intervene in any proceeding relating to a matter arising under this Act.

320(2)  
If the Regulator intervenes in a proceeding referred to in subsection (1), the Regulator is taken to be a party to the proceeding and, subject to this Act, has all the rights, duties and liabilities of such a party.

320(3)  
Without limiting the generality of subsection (2), the Regulator may appear and be represented in any proceeding in which he or she wishes to intervene under subsection (1):


(a) by a member of the staff of the Regulator; or


(b) by an individual to whom, or by an officer or employee of a person or body to whom or to which, the Regulator has delegated its functions and powers under this Act or such of those functions and powers as relate to a matter to which the proceeding relates; or


(c) by solicitor or counsel.

320(4)  
(Repealed by No 23 of 2018)

Note:

For the definition of Regulator , see subsection 10(1) .




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