Reg 2.06 omitted by SR No 21 of 2002, reg 3 and Sch 1 item 15, effective 11 March 2002. Reg 2.06 formerly read:
REGULATION 2.06 CHARGES FOR INFORMATION REQUESTED
Subject to this regulation, the obligation of the trustee of a superannuation entity under these Regulations to give information on request by a person arises only if the person pays the amount specified by the trustee as the charge for giving the information.
The amount of the charge must not exceed the reasonable cost to the superannuation entity of giving the information (including all reasonably related costs
for example, costs of searching for, obtaining and collating the information).
A policy committee is not liable to any charge for information given to it.
In the case of information to be supplied under Division 2.6 to a concerned person (as defined in subregulation (5)), a charge may be made only if:
the person to whom the information is to be given has requested the information; and
the person had been given the same information during the period of 12 months immediately preceding the date on which the request is made.
In subregulation (4):
means a person who:
is, or was within the preceding 12 months, a member of the superannuation entity to which the request is made; or
is a beneficiary of the superannuation entity to which the request is being made.