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National Parks and Wildlife Regulation 2009
Current version for 1 May 2016 to date (accessed 17 November 2018 at 02:40)
Part 12 Clause 101
101   Appeals
(1)  An appeal under section 135 of the Act is to be made by delivering a written statement to the Director-General, containing:
(a)  the appellant’s name and address, and
(b)  particulars of any application, consent, licence, certificate, condition or restriction relevant to the appeal, and
(c)  the grounds of the appeal.
(2)  If a statement is delivered to the Director-General under this clause, the Director-General must as soon as practicable deliver the statement to the Minister.