Higher Education Support Act 2003
(Repealed by No 121 of 2006)
S 174-5 substituted for s 174-5, 174-10, 174-15, 174-20 and 174-25 by No 121 of 2006, s 3 and Sch 7 item 1, effective 4 November 2006. S 174-15 formerly read:
An exemption from the operation of a section of the
Electronic Transactions Act 1999
may be given under regulations made under that Act.
SECTION 174-15 The effect of sections 174-5 and 174-10
Only apply when Electronic Transactions Act does not apply
Not a limit on how a student may comply with this Act
Sections 174-5 and 174-10 only apply at a time when sections 9, 10 and 11 of the Electronic Transactions Act 1999 do not apply to:
(a) the requirements under this Act for a student to give a document to a higher education provider or sign a document that is to be given to a higher education provider; or
(b) a permission under this Act for a student to give a document to a higher education provider.
Neither section 174-5 nor section 174-10 limit how a student may comply with a provision of this Act.
An exemption from the operation of a section of the Electronic Transactions Act 1999 may be given under regulations made under that Act.
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