(1) This section and section 82D apply to a review held under section 82A, 82B or 96AB by a reviewing body.(2) An application for a review must be made, the review must be held and the review must be determined, within the relevant periods (if any) prescribed by the regulations.(3) The regulations may provide that a failure to determine an application within a period prescribed by the regulations is taken to be a decision refusing the application.(4) The prescribed fee must be paid in connection with an application for a review.(5) Before determining an application for a review (other than a review under section 82A), the reviewing body must notify the request for review (if required to do so by the regulations) and must consider any submissions made concerning the application for review within any period prescribed by the regulations.(6) The reviewing body must, in accordance with the regulations, give notice of the result of its determination of an application for a review to the person who applied for the review.(7) A decision on an application for a review may not be further reviewed under the same section by the same reviewing body.(8) The regulations may make further provision with respect to review applications, the conduct of a review and the notification of review decisions.(9) In this Division:
reviewing body means the council or the delegate of the council who conducts the review.