469 Pecuniary Interest Tribunal to decide whether or not to
conduct proceedings into a complaint
(1) After considering a report presented to it in relation to a
complaint, the Pecuniary Interest Tribunal may decide to conduct proceedings
into the complaint.
(2) If the Pecuniary Interest Tribunal decides not to conduct
proceedings into a complaint, it must provide a written statement of its
decision, and the reasons for its decision:
(a) to the person against whom the complaint was made,
(b) to the person who made the complaint, and
(c) to the Director-General.
(3) To avoid doubt, a decision by the Pecuniary Interest Tribunal not
to conduct proceedings into a complaint is not a decision to which section 484
(Pecuniary Interest Tribunal to provide details of its decisions) or 485
(Appeals to Supreme Court) applies.