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SR 1994 No. 136 Regulations as made
These Regulations amend the Ozone Protection (HCFC, HBFC and Methyl Bromide) Regulations.
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR01-Jun-1994
Tabled Senate01-Jun-1994
Gazetted 23 May 1994
Date of repeal 12 Dec 1995
Repealed by Ozone Protection (HCFC, HBFC and Methyl Bromide) Regulations (Repeal)

Statutory Rules 1994   No. 1361

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Ozone Protection (HCFC, HBFC and Methyl Bromide) Regulations2 (Amendment)

I, The Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, make the following Regulations under the Ozone Protection Act 1989.

Dated 16 May 1994.

 

                                                                                     BILL HAYDEN

                                                                                    Governor-General

By His Excellency’s Command,

 

 

JOHN FAULKNER

Minister for the Environment, Sport and Territories

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1.   Amendment

1.1   The Ozone Protection (HCFC, HBFC and Methyl Bromide) Regulations are amended as set out in these Regulations.

[NOTE: These Regulations commence on gazettal: see Acts Interpretation Act 1901, s. 48.]

2.   New Part heading

2.1   Before regulation 1, insert:

PART 1—PRELIMINARY”.

3.   Regulation 2 (Commencement)

3.1   Omit the regulation, substitute:

Commencement

             “2.   (1)    These Regulations, except Part 3, commence on 1 November 1994.

           “(2)   Part 3 of these Regulations commences on 1 January 1995.”.

4.   Part 1 (Licences)

4.1   Omit the heading, substitute:

PART 2—LICENCES”.

5.   Regulation 15 (Renewal of licence)

5.1   Subregulation 15 (2):

Omit the subregulation, substitute:

           “(2)   The application must be:

             (a)   made to the Minister; and

             (b)   in accordance with Form 3 in Schedule 2.”.

6.   Regulation 16 (Cancellation of licence)

6.1   Subregulation 16 (4):

Omit “subregulation (4)”, substitute “subregulation (3)”.

7.   Part 2 (Restrictions on import and export of HBFC’s)

7.1   Omit the heading, substitute:

PART 3—RESTRICTIONS ON IMPORT AND EXPORT OF HBFCs”.

8.   Part 3 (Records and reports)

8.1   Omit the heading, substitute:

PART 4—RECORDS AND REPORTS”.

9.   Part 4 (Miscellaneous)

9.1   Omit the heading, substitute:

PART 5—MISCELLANEOUS”.

10.   Regulation 30 (Review of decisions)

10.1   Omit the regulation, substitute:

Review of decisions

           “30.   Application under the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975  may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for a review of a decision of the Minister:

             (a)   to refuse to grant a licence under regulation 10 or 11; and

             (b)   to specify, impose, revoke or vary a licence condition under regulation 12; and

             (c)   to refuse to renew a licence under subregulation 15 (6), (7) or (8); and

             (d)   to cancel a licence under regulation 16.”.

11.   Schedule 1

11.1   Omit the heading, substitute:

                                       “SCHEDULE 1              Regulation 3 and paragraphs

                                                                                                                   9 (3) (a) and 12 (3) (a), (b)

                                                                                                                                                  and (d)

HBFCs, HCFCs AND METHYL BROMIDE

Part 1—HBFCs”.

12.   Schedule 1

12.1   Part 2:

Omit the heading, substitute:

Part 2—HCFCs”.

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NOTES

1.   Notified in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette on 23 May 1994.

2.   Statutory Rules 1993 No. 359.

[NOTES:

1.       On the commencement of these Regulations, the headings to regulations 18, 19 and 26 are amended by omitting “HBFC’s” and substituting “HBFCs”.

2.       On the commencement of these Regulations, the headings to regulations 27 and 28 are amended by omitting “HCFC’s” and substituting “HCFCs”.]