Higher Education Support Act 2003

Chapter 2 - Grants for higher education assistance etc  

PART 2-1 - HIGHER EDUCATION PROVIDERS  

Division 22 - When does a body cease to be a higher education provider?  

Subdivision 22-AA - Revocation of approval if registration ceases or winding up order made  

SECTION 22-2   Automatic revocation of approval if registration ceases  

22-2(1)  
The Minister must revoke a body ' s approval as a higher education provider if:


(a) the body is no longer a *registered higher education provider; and


(b) in a case where *TEQSA has made either of the following decisions under the *TEQSA Act, the decision has not been set aside or quashed, and is no longer *subject to review:


(i) a decision under section 36 of that Act to refuse an application to renew the body ' s registration under Part 3 of that Act;

(ii) a decision under section 101 of that Act to cancel the body ' s registration under Part 3 of that Act.

22-2(2)  


The Minister must notify the body in writing of the revocation. The notice must specify that the revocation takes effect on the day that the notice is registered in the *Federal Register of Legislation.

22-2(3)  


A notice of revocation under subsection (2) is a legislative instrument, but section 42 (disallowance) of the Legislation Act 2003 does not apply to the notice.

22-2(4)  


A decision of the Minister to revoke a body ' s approval as a higher education provider takes effect on the day that the notice of revocation under subsection (2) is registered in the *Federal Register of Legislation.



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