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Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Historical version for 12 February 2010 to 28 February 2010 (accessed 18 January 2020 at 04:14) Current version
Part 8 Division 3 Clause 151
151   Procedure for determining application for occupation certificate
(cf clause 79L of EP&A Regulation 1994)
(1)  The determination of an application for an occupation certificate must be in writing and must contain the following information:
(a)  the date on which the application was determined, and
(b)  whether the application has been determined:
(i)  by approval, or
(ii)  by refusal, and
(c)  if the application has been determined by refusal:
(i)  the reasons for the refusal, and
(ii)  if the certifying authority is a consent authority and the application relates to a final occupation certificate, of the applicant’s right of appeal under the Act against the refusal.
(2)  The certifying authority must notify the consent authority and the council of the determination by forwarding the following documents to the council within 2 days after the date of the determination:
(a)  a copy of the determination,
(b)  copies of any documents that were lodged with the application for the certificate,
(c)  if an occupation certificate was issued, a copy of the certificate,
(d)  a copy of the record required to be made of each of the following:
(i)  all critical stage inspections and any other inspections carried out because they were required by the principal certifying authority under section 109E (3) (d) of the Act,
(ii)  any inspection carried out under clause 162A (4A) (a),
(iii)  any missed inspection to which clause 162C applies,
(e)  a copy of any compliance certificate and of any other documentary evidence, whether or not of a kind referred to in Part A2, clause A2.2, of the Building Code of Australia, relied on in issuing the occupation certificate.