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Liquor Regulation 2008
Repealed version for 1 July 2018 to 31 August 2018 (accessed 20 October 2019 at 11:25)
Part 3 Division 3 Clause 12A
12A   Reasons for decisions relating to certain applications requiring category A CIS
(1)  In this clause:
interested party, in relation to a relevant application, means:
(a)  a person or body referred to in clause 11 (2) who is required to be consulted under that clause, and
(b)  any person who has made a submission under clause 12.
relevant application means an application of the kind referred to in clause 10 (2) (e).
Note.
 In the case of applications that are required to be accompanied by a category B CIS, see the regulations made under section 36C of the Gaming and Liquor Administration Act 2007.
(2)  If the Authority makes a decision in relation to a relevant application, the applicant or any interested party may request the Authority to provide a statement in writing of the reasons for the decision.
(3)  The Authority may refuse to provide a statement of reasons to an interested party if:
(a)  the request is made later than 28 days after the decision is made, or
(b)  in the case of a person who has made a submission under clause 12—the Authority is of the opinion that the person’s submission was trivial or vexatious.