Community Land Management Act 1989 No 202
Current version for 4 July 2014 to date (accessed 22 November 2014 at 13:45)
Part 4Division 2A

Division 2A Procedure after principal registrar receives application

70B   Notice of application to be given

(1)  The principal registrar must give a copy of an application for an order under this Part to each person (other than the applicant) who, in the principal registrar’s opinion, would be affected if the order sought were made.
(2)  The copy of the application must be accompanied by a notice stating that the person to whom the notice is given may make a written submission to the principal registrar within a time specified in the notice, or within a longer time specified in any further notice given by the principal registrar.
(3)  The principal registrar must give a notice to the applicant for the order stating that the applicant may make further written submissions to the principal registrar within a time specified in the notice, or within a longer time specified in any further notice given by the principal registrar.
(4)  The principal registrar may extend the time for the making of submissions by a further notice given to each of the persons to whom the original notice was given.
(5)  Subsections (2)–(4) do not apply to an application for an order under Division 6A (Enforcement of orders of Adjudicators and Tribunal and certain notices).

70C   Procedure after time for making submissions has expired

(1)  This section operates after the time for making submissions on an application expires.
(2)  The principal registrar must refer an application for an order referred to in Division 3 to an Adjudicator.
(3)  The principal registrar must refer an application for an order referred to in Division 4 to the Tribunal.
(4)  If an application is referred to the Tribunal, whether by the principal registrar under this Division or by an Adjudicator under Division 3, the principal registrar must complete a notice containing the time and place at which, and the date on which, the Tribunal will determine the application.
(5)  The principal registrar must send a copy of that notice to the following persons so that the copy would, in the ordinary course of post, be received by the addressee not less than 7 days before the day specified in the notice for the determination of the application:
(a)  the applicant,
(b)  the association or strata corporation to which the application relates (if the owners corporation is not the applicant),
(c)  any person against whom the order is sought,
(d)  any person who made a submission on the application.

70CA   Procedure for orders under Division 6A

(1)  The principal registrar must refer to the Tribunal an application for an order under Division 6A (Enforcement of orders of Adjudicators and Tribunal and certain notices).
(2)  If such an application is referred to the Tribunal, the principal registrar must complete a notice containing the time and place at which, and the date on which, the Tribunal will determine the application.
(3)  The principal registrar must send a copy of that notice to the following persons or bodies so that the copy would, in the ordinary course of post, be received by the addressee not less than 7 days before the date specified in the notice for the determination of the application:
(a)  the applicant,
(b)  the association or strata corporation to which the application relates (if the association or strata corporation is not the applicant),
(c)  any person against whom the order is sought.
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