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Contents (2000 - 557)
Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Current version for 13 April 2018 to date (accessed 25 May 2018 at 15:00)
Part 6 Division 11 Clause 112
112   Consent authority to notify applicant that time has ceased to run
(1)  On the occurrence of each of the following events, namely:
(a)  a request by a consent authority for additional information under clause 54,
(b)  the receipt by a consent authority of a concurrence authority’s or approval body’s request for additional information under clause 60 or 67,
(c)  the receipt by a consent authority of a notice from the Chief Executive of the Office of Environment and Heritage under clause 68,
the consent authority must notify the applicant of the effect that this Division has on the various assessment periods to which this Division relates as a consequence of those events having occurred.
(2)  If several events require notification under this clause, a single notification referring to each of those events is sufficient.
 The object of this clause is to ensure that the applicant is kept informed as to when the various deadlines imposed by this Regulation occur in relation to the processing of his or her development application and, in particular, as to when any right of appeal may arise as a consequence of a deemed refusal of the application.