460 Complaints concerning failure to disclose pecuniary
(1) A person may make a complaint to the Director-General, or the
Director-General may make a complaint, that a person has or may have
contravened Part 2.
(2) A complaint:
(a) must be in writing, and
(b) must identify the complainant and the person against whom the
complaint is made, and
(c) must give particulars of the grounds of the complaint,
(d) must be verified by statutory declaration, and
(e) must be lodged with the
(3) The provisions of subsection (2) (b), in so far as they require a
complaint to identify the complainant, (d) and (e) do not apply to a complaint
made by the Director-General.