Roads Act 1993 No 33
Historical version for 1 July 2010 to 12 August 2010 (accessed 28 January 2015 at 17:34) Current version

60   Roads authorities may appeal to Minister

(1)  Any roads authority that has made a submission with respect to the taking of any action to which this Division applies and is aggrieved by the RTA’s decision in connection with that action may appeal to the Minister against the decision.
(2)  An appeal:
(a)  must be in writing, and
(b)  must specify the grounds of appeal, and
(c)  must be served on the RTA not later than 28 days after the roads authority is notified that the RTA has decided to proceed with the proposed action.
(3)  The RTA must serve a copy of the notice of appeal on each other roads authority for the road concerned.
(4)  At the hearing of the appeal, the Minister may allow roads authorities other than the appellant to be heard.
(5)  After hearing the appeal, the Minister:
(a)  may make, amend or revoke the relevant order, or
(b)  may refuse to make, amend or revoke the relevant order.
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