Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975

PART IV - REVIEWS BY THE TRIBUNAL OF DECISIONS  

Division 1 - Applications for review of decisions  

SECTION 29AB   29AB   INSUFFICIENT STATEMENT OF REASONS FOR APPLICATION  


If the Tribunal considers that an applicant ' s statement under paragraph 29(1)(c) does not clearly identify the respects in which the applicant believes that the decision is not the correct or preferable decision, the Tribunal may, by notice given to the applicant, request the applicant to amend the statement appropriately, within the period specified in the notice.

 

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