Customs Act 1901

PART XVB - SPECIAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO ANTI-DUMPING DUTIES  

Division 9 - Review by Review Panel  

Subdivision C - Review of Commissioner ' s decisions  

SECTION 269ZZT   THE REVIEW OF A TERMINATION DECISION  

269ZZT(1)  


If an application for the review of a termination decision is not rejected under section 269ZZQA , 269ZZR or 269ZZRA , the Review Panel must make a decision on the application by:


(a) affirming the reviewable decision; or


(b) revoking the reviewable decision.

269ZZT(2)  


If the Review Panel revokes a reviewable decision (other than a decision under subsection 269ZDBEA(2) ):


(a) unless paragraph (b) applies:


(i) as soon as practicable after the revocation, the Commissioner must publish a statement of essential facts under section 269TDAA in relation to the application for a dumping duty notice or countervailing duty notice that is related to the review; and

(ii) after that publication, the investigation of the application resumes under this Part; or


(b) if the reviewable decision was a decision under subsection 269ZDBEA(1) :


(i) as soon as practicable after the revocation, the Commissioner must publish a statement of essential facts under section 269ZDBF in relation to the anti-circumvention inquiry concerned; and

(ii) after that publication, the conduct of the anti-circumvention inquiry concerned resumes under this Part.

269ZZT(3)  


If the Review Panel revokes a reviewable decision under subsection 269ZDBEA(2) , the conduct of the anti-circumvention inquiry concerned resumes under this Part.

269ZZT(4)  


Subject to subsections 269ZZRA(2) and 269ZZRB(2) , in making a decision under this section, the Review Panel must have regard only to information that was before the Commissioner when the Commissioner made the reviewable decision.

269ZZT(5)  


The Review Panel ' s decision must be made within 60 days after the publication of the notice under subsection 269ZZRC(3) or such longer period allowed by the Minister in writing because of special circumstances.

269ZZT(6)  


The Review Panel must publish its decision under this section on its website.

 

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