(1) A regulation made under this Law may be disallowed in a participating jurisdiction by a House of the Parliament of that jurisdiction—(a) in the same way that a regulation made under an Act of that jurisdiction may be disallowed; and(b) as if the regulation had been tabled in the House on the first sitting day after the regulation was published by the Victorian Government Printer.(2) A regulation disallowed under subsection (1) does not cease to have effect in the participating jurisdiction, or any other participating jurisdiction, unless the regulation is disallowed in a majority of the participating jurisdictions.(3) If a regulation is disallowed in a majority of the participating jurisdictions, it ceases to have effect in all participating jurisdictions on the date of its disallowance in the last of the jurisdictions forming the majority.(4) In this section—
regulation includes a provision of a regulation.