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Local Government Act 1993 No 30
Current version for 14 May 2020 to date (accessed 29 May 2020 at 14:19)
264 Can a person be represented in proceedings before the Boundaries Commission?
(1) In proceedings before the Boundaries Commission, a person is not entitled to be represented—(a) by an Australian lawyer or by a person qualified for admission as an Australian lawyer, or(b) by any person acting for a fee or reward.(2) However, this section does not prevent—(a) an employee of a person from representing the person before the Boundaries Commission if the employee is not a person referred to in subsection (1)(a), or(b) a person who is the mayor of an area or the chairperson of a county council from appearing in that capacity in proceedings before that Commission, or(c) a person referred to in subsection (1)(a) from preparing any documents or submissions or tendering any legal advice in connection with any proceedings before that Commission.