484 Pecuniary Interest Tribunal to provide details of its
(1) The Pecuniary Interest Tribunal must provide a written statement
of a decision made in proceedings before it to the person against whom the
proceedings were taken, to the person who made the initial complaint and to
the Director-General and must do so as soon as practicable after the decision
(2) The statement of a decision must:
(a) set out the findings on material questions of fact,
(b) refer to any evidence or other material on which the findings were
(c) give the reasons for the decision.
(3) The Pecuniary Interest Tribunal may also:
(a) provide the statement of a decision to any other persons that the
Pecuniary Interest Tribunal thinks fit, and
(b) if it thinks fit, and subject to section 480, make the statement
of a decision publicly available.
(4) The Director-General may, if he or she thinks fit, and subject to
any direction made by the Pecuniary Interest Tribunal under section 480, make
any statement of decision provided to the Director-General by the Pecuniary
Interest Tribunal publicly available.