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Contents (2011 - 37)
Workers Compensation Regulation 2010
Repealed version for 30 June 2016 to 31 August 2016 (accessed 15 December 2017 at 05:41)
Part 19 Clause 180
180   Uninsured liabilities—modification of provisions of the 1987 Act
For the purposes of section 142A (2) and 148 (3) of the 1987 Act, the following modifications are made to the provisions of the 1987 Act in their application to claims made under the Scheme:
(a)  references in sections 40A, 54, 83 and 84 of the 1987 Act and in sections 71, 119, 122, 125 and 126 of the 1998 Act to an insurer, self-insurer or employer are to be read as references to the Nominal Insurer,
(b)  references in sections 11A (8) and 38A of the 1987 Act and in sections 58 and 65 (5) of the 1998 Act to an insurer or self-insurer are to be read as references to the Nominal Insurer,
(c)  in a case where a claim is made to a court or the Commission under section 142B of the 1987 Act and the employer named by the applicant under section 142B (2) is a corporation that has ceased to exist or a deceased person whose estate has been distributed—section 142B (2) is to be read as if it also provided that (in such a case) the application is not, subject to any rules of the court or the Commission, required to serve a copy of the application on that person,
(d)  section 174 (6A) of the 1987 Act is to be read as if section 174 (6B) were omitted.