Administrative Decisions Tribunal Act 1997 No 76
9 Who is an administrator?
(1) An administrator, in relation
to a reviewable decision, is the person or body that makes (or is taken to
have made) the decision under the enactment concerned.
Note. There are a number of circumstances in which a person or body is
taken to have made a decision. See, for example, sections 6 (2)–(5) and
38 (4) and (5) and subsection (2).
(2) The person or body specified by an enactment as a person or body
whose decisions are reviewable decisions is taken to be the only administrator
in relation to the making of a reviewable decision even if some other person
or body also had a role in the making of the