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Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 No 101
Current version for 14 July 2017 to date (accessed 22 August 2017 at 15:27)
Part 2 Division 4 Section 32
32   Consideration of nomination for provisional listing by Scientific Committee
(1)  The Scientific Committee is to consider each nomination as soon as practicable after it is made or, if additional information has been requested, after that information has been provided or the period specified for its provision has expired.
(2)  In any event, the Scientific Committee must make a determination about a nomination within 6 months after it is made or, if additional information has been requested, after that information has been provided or the period specified for its provision has expired.
(3)  The Scientific Committee may consider different nominations about the same subject together.
(4)  The Scientific Committee may reject a nomination if:
(a)  the subject of the nomination has already been dealt with, or
(b)  the nomination is vexatious, or
(c)  the nomination is not accompanied by the information prescribed by the regulations, or
(d)  any additional information requested by the Scientific Committee is not provided within the period specified for its provision, or
(e)  any additional information provided is inadequate and does not satisfy the Scientific Committee’s request.
(5)  If the Scientific Committee rejects a nomination, it is to notify the Minister, the Chief Executive and the person who made the nomination and is to give reasons for the rejection.