Higher Education Support Act 2003

Chapter 2 - Grants for higher education assistance etc  

PART 2-1 - HIGHER EDUCATION PROVIDERS  

Division 19 - What are the quality and accountability requirements?  

Subdivision 19-D - The fairness requirements  

SECTION 19-50   Higher education providers to appoint review officers  

19-50(1)  


A higher education provider must appoint a *review officer to undertake reviews of decisions made by the provider:

(a)  

under subsection 36-12(2) , paragraph 36-13(2)(b) or subsection 36-20(1) ; or

(b)  relating to assistance under Chapter 3 .

Note:

The Secretary may delegate to a review officer of a higher education provider the power to reconsider decisions of the provider under Division 209 : see subsection 238-1(2) .

19-50(2)  


A review officer of a higher education provider is a person, or a person included in a class of persons, whom:

(a)  the chief executive officer of the provider; or

(b)  a delegate of the chief executive officer of the provider;

has appointed to be a review officer of the provider for the purposes of reviewing decisions made by the provider:

(c)  

under subsection 36-12(2) , paragraph 36-13(2)(b) or subsection 36-20(1) ); or

(d)  

relating to assistance under Chapter 3 .

 

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