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SR 1984 No. 97 Guides & Guidelines as made
Principal Guidelines
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR31-May-1984
Tabled Senate31-May-1984
Gazetted 30 May 1984
Date of repeal 22 Dec 2007
Repealed by Enabling provision repealed by Liquid Fuel Emergency Amendment Act 2007 (Act No. 86 of 2007).

1984 No. 97*1* GUIDELINES UNDER SUB-SECTION 10 (1) OF THE LIQUID FUEL
EMERGENCY
ACT 1984

*1* Notified in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette on 30 May 1984.

1984 No. 97 GUIDELINES UNDER SUB-SECTION 10 (1) OF THE LIQUID FUEL EMERGENCY
ACT 1984 - REG 1
Interpretation

1. In these Guidelines, unless the contrary intention appears-
"month" means a month of the year;
"prescribed product" means a refined liquid petroleum product of one of the following kinds:


(a) aviation gasoline;
(b) motor spirit;
(c) aviation turbine fuel;
(d) lighting kerosine;
(e) heating oil;
(f) power kerosine;
(g) automotive distillate;
(h) industrial diesel fuel;
(j) liquid petroleum gas;
(k) fuel oil;
(l) bitumen;
(m) naphtha;
(n) lubricating oil;
(o) lubricating grease;
"purchase" means purchase in bulk.


1984 No. 97 GUIDELINES UNDER SUB-SECTION 10 (1) OF THE LIQUID FUEL EMERGENCY
ACT 1984 - REG 2
Bulk customers

2. (1) A person or an organization shall be taken to be a bulk customer of a relevant fuel industry corporation or of a relevant person in relation to a prescribed product-
(a) if the person or organization-
(i) has regularly purchased the prescribed product from the relevant fuel industry corporation or the relevant person during a period of not less than 15 months immediately preceding the month in which the period of national liquid fuel emergency in relation to which the person or organization is to be so identified commences; and
(ii) is likely to continue to carry on, during the period in relation to which the identification will have effect, the activities for the purposes of which the purchase of the prescribed product is required; or
(b) where the person or organization has not purchased the prescribed product from the relevant fuel industry corporation or the relevant person in accordance with sub-paragraph 1 (a) (i), if-
(i) the person or organization proposes to purchase or to continue to purchase, or would, but for a direction by the Minister under section 21 or 22 of the Act, have purchased or continued to purchase, the prescribed product from the relevant fuel industry corporation or the relevant person;
(ii) the person or organization is likely to carry on or to continue to carry on, during the period in relation to which the identification will have effect, the activities for the purposes of which the purchase of the prescribed product is required; and
(iii) it would be reasonable to expect that, in normal circumstances, the person or organization would, for the purpose of carrying on those activities, regularly purchase the prescribed product from the relevant fuel industry corporation or the relevant person.