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Fuel Quality Standards Regulations 2001

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SR 2001 No. 236 Regulations as amended, taking into account amendments up to SR 2003 No. 355
Administered by: Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts
Start Date 23 Dec 2003
End Date 31 Oct 2008

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001



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Fuel Quality Standards Regulations 2001

Statutory Rules 2001 No. 236 as amended
made under the
Fuel Quality Standards Act 2000
This compilation was prepared on 23 December 2003
taking into account amendments up to SR 2003 No. 355
Prepared by the Office of Legislative Drafting,
Attorney-General's Department, Canberra

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
Part 1 Preliminary

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 1
Name of Regulations [see Note 1]

These Regulations are the Fuel Quality Standards Regulations 2001.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 2
Commencement [see Note 1]

These Regulations commence on gazettal.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 3
Definitions

(1) In these Regulations:

Act means the Fuel Quality Standards Act 2000.

blend, for fuel, means to combine fuel with:

(a)
another kind of fuel; or

(b)
any other substance.

bulk facility includes a storage depot, distribution terminal or refinery.

Chair means the Chair of the Committee.

Committee means the Fuel Standards Consultative Committee.

contact details, for a person, means:

(a)
the person's business or residential address; and

(b)
the person's postal address; and

(c)
the telephone number (if any) at which the person may be contacted personally; and

(d)
the telephone number (if any) to which a fax message for the person may be transmitted; and

(e)
the person's e-mail address (if any).

distributor, of fuel, means a person who supplies fuel between any 2 of an import terminal, a refinery, a blending facility or a retail outlet for fuel.

NATA means the National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia.

vehicle includes railway rolling stock, a prime mover and trailer and a vessel or thing, other than a pipeline, used to transport fuel for supply.

(2) For the definition of fuel in subsection 4 (1) of the Act:
fuel means any of the following:

(a)
petrol;

(b)
automotive diesel;

(c)
liquefied petroleum gas;

(d)
liquefied natural gas;

(e)
compressed natural gas;

(f)
diesohol (that is, a blend primarily comprising diesel and an alcohol);

(g)
biodiesel (that is, a diesel fuel obtained by esterification of oil derived from plants or animals);

(h)
ethanol;

(i)
any substance that is used as a substitute for a fuel mentioned in paragraphs (a) to (h);


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(j) any substance that is supplied or represented as:

(i)
a fuel mentioned in paragraphs (a) to (h); or
(ii)
a substitute substance under paragraph (i).

(3) For the definition of fuel additive in subsection 4 (1) of the Act:

fuel additive means a substance that is generally sold or represented as suitable for adding to fuel to affect the properties of the fuel, including the effect of the additive on engine performance, engine emissions or fuel economy.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
Part 2 Regulation of fuel and fuel additives

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 4
Application for approval

(1) For subsection 14 (1) of the Act, an application for an approval must be in writing and must include the following information:

(a)
the applicant's name and contact details;

(b)
if the applicant is an agent for another person, the other person's name and contact details;

(c)
a declaration that the information in the application is correct to the best of the applicant's knowledge;

(d)
a statement of the reasons why the applicant wants the standard to be varied;

(e)
an explanation of the variation sought;

(f)
the period for which the variation is sought;

(g)
the circumstances in which the specified fuel will be supplied, including (if possible) where, why and how much;

(h)
contact details for any regulated persons whose supply of fuel is intended to be covered by the approval;

(i) any information held by the applicant, or publicly available, that could reasonably be considered to be relevant in making a decision whether to grant an approval, including information about the possible effect of the approval, if granted, on:

(i)
protection of the environment; and
(ii)
protection of occupational and public health and safety; and
(iii)
interests of consumers; and
(iv)
economic and regional development.
(2)
An application may be withdrawn at any time before the Minister decides whether or not to grant the approval.

(3)
The Minister may, by written notice, require the applicant to provide, within a reasonable time, specified further information that the Minister reasonably considers to be relevant to the application.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 5
Application fee

(1) For subsection 14 (2) of the Act, the application fee for an approval is the sum of:

(a)
$2 500; and

(b)
$275 for each regulated person whose supply of fuel is intended to be covered by the approval; and

(c) the amount mentioned in the following table for the number of pages in the application (including any attachments):

Item
Number of pages
Amount
1
£ 10
$725
2
> 10, £ 50
$6 200
3
> 50, £ 100
$13 750
4
> 100, £ 1 000
$18 500
5
> 1 000
$18 500 + $18.50 for each additional page


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(2) However:

(a)
no application fee is payable by an applicant that is an agency of the Commonwealth or a State or Territory; and

(b)
subject to regulation 6, the Minister may waive or reduce the application fee if the Minister thinks the fee would cause financial hardship to the applicant.

(3)
In this regulation, a page of an application is taken to be the amount of information that can reasonably be contained on 1 side of an A4 sheet when printed in a type size of at least 10 point.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 6
Waiver or reduction of application fee

(1)
An applicant that is not an agency of the Commonwealth or a State or Territory may ask the Minister to waive or reduce the application fee.

(2)
A request under subregulation (1) must set out the reasons for making the request.

(3) Within 14 days after the Minister receives the request, the Minister must:

(a)
decide whether to waive or reduce the application fee; and

(b)
give to the person who made the request written notice of the decision and of the grounds for the result.

(3A) If the request is on the basis that payment of the application fee would cause financial hardship to the applicant, the Minister must, in deciding whether to waive or reduce the fee, have regard to the following:

(a)
whether the applicant has readily accessible finances to pay the fee;

(b)
whether the applicant is applying for an approval on behalf of a fuel supplier that has readily accessible finances to pay the fee;

(c)
whether the applicant is a not-for-profit organisation or has income or generates profits, and if so, the amount of that income or those profits;

(d)
whether the applicant is likely to receive financial benefit if the approval is granted and when this is likely to occur;

(e)
whether the applicant has incurred significant expense in relation to the application (such as for testing claims);

(f)
the reasons given by the applicant explaining why the payment of the fee would cause financial hardship to the applicant in the circumstances.

(4)
The notice given under paragraph (3) (b) must include a statement that, subject to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975, the person may apply to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of the decision.

(5)
The person may apply to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for the review of a decision by the Minister made under paragraph (3) (a).

(6)
If a request is made under subregulation (1) at the same time as an application is made under regulation 4, the application is taken not to have been made until the Minister has decided whether to waive or reduce the application fee.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 6A
Refund of application fee

(1) An application fee must be refunded if:

(a)
the application is withdrawn within 14 days after being made; and

(b)
the Minister has not considered the application.

(2)
If an application is withdrawn more than 14 days after being made, the applicant may request a refund of the application fee.

(3)
Within 14 days after receiving a request under subregulation (2), the Minister:


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(a)
must decide whether to refund the application fee; and

(b)
must give to the applicant written notice of the decision and the reasons for the decision.

(4)
In deciding whether to refund an application fee under subregulation (3), the Minister must have regard to the following:

(a)
whether the Minister has considered the application;

(b)
whether the Commonwealth has incurred any financial obligations in relation to the application.

(5)
The notice given under paragraph (3) (b) must include a statement that, subject to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975, the applicant may apply to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of the decision.

(6)
The applicant may apply to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of a decision by the Minister under paragraph (3) (a) not to refund an application fee.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 7
Informing people of obligations

(1) For subsection 17 (1) of the Act:
(a) the period within which the holder of an approval must inform a regulated person of a condition or variation of a condition of the approval begins when the condition is imposed or varied and ends on the earlier of:

(i)
the first time the holder supplies fuel to the regulated person after the holder is told of the condition or variation; or
(ii)
if the condition applies to fewer than 16 regulated persons — 24 hours after the holder is told of the condition or variation; or
(iii)
if the condition applies to more than 15 but fewer than 31 regulated persons — 36 hours after the holder is told of the condition or variation; or
(iv)
if the condition applies to more than 30 but fewer than 51 regulated persons — 48 hours after the holder is told of the condition or variation; or
(v)
if the condition applies to more than 50 regulated persons — 5 working days after the holder is told of the condition or variation; and
(b)
the period within which the holder must inform a regulated person of the revocation of the approval begins when the holder is told that the approval is revoked and ends at the time mentioned in whichever of subparagraphs (a) (ii) to (v) applies to the holder.

(2) For subsection 17 (2) of the Act, information must be given:

(a)
personally; or

(b) by leaving it at, or posting it or sending it by electronic means:

(i)
for an individual — to the last-known place of residence or business of the person; or
(ii)
for a body corporate — to its head office, registered office or principal place of business.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 7A
Fuel documentation

(1)
For section 19 of the Act, the period within which the supplier must provide the documents mentioned in the section begins when the fuel is supplied and ends 72 hours after the fuel is supplied.


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(2) For subregulation (1), fuel is taken to have been supplied:

(a)
for fuel that is supplied as 1 batch — when it is received by the other person; or

(b)
for fuel that is supplied in portions — when the first portion is received by the other person.

(3) For paragraph 19 (e) of the Act, the information mentioned in subregulation (4) must be provided by a supplier who:

(a)
imports fuel; or

(b)
produces or blends fuel; or

(c)
is a distributor of fuel.

(4) For subregulation (3), the information is:

(a)
the supplier's name, contact details and ABN or ACN; and

(b)
if the supplier is an agent for another person, the other person's name and contact details; and

(c)
the delivery docket number provided by the supplier for the fuel supplied; and

(d)
the kind and grade of the fuel supplied or its product code; and

(e)
the date and time when the fuel was supplied; and

(f)
the total quantity of fuel supplied; and

(g)
the place where the fuel was supplied; and

(h) if the fuel does not comply with a fuel standard:

(i)
particulars of the requirements of the standard that are not met; and
(ii)
reasons why the requirements are not met; and
(i)
if a vehicle was used in the supply of the fuel and the vehicle is registered under a law of the Commonwealth, a State or Territory for the registration of vehicles, its registration number; and

(j)
if a vehicle was used in the supply but the vehicle was not registered as described in paragraph (i), other particulars that uniquely identify the vehicle.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
Part 3 The Committee

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 8
Application of Part 3

For section 29 of the Act, this Part sets out matters relating to members of the Committee and expert advisers.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 9
Term of appointment

The term of appointment for a member or an expert adviser must be not more than 3 years.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 10
Disclosure of interests

(1)
A member or an expert adviser who has a direct or indirect interest in a matter being considered or about to be considered by the Committee must, as soon as possible after the relevant facts have come to the knowledge of the member or expert adviser, disclose the nature of the interest at a meeting of the Committee.

(2)
A member or expert adviser who makes a disclosure under subregulation (1) must not, unless the Committee or the Minister otherwise determines:


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(a)
be present during any deliberation of the Committee about the matter; or

(b)
take part in any decision of the Committee about the matter.

(3) A member or expert adviser who has a direct or indirect pecuniary interest in the matter to which the disclosure relates must not:

(a)
be present during any deliberation of the Committee about making a determination under subregulation (2); or

(b)
take part in making the determination.

(4)
A member or expert adviser is not taken to have an interest for this regulation only because of a direct or indirect interest that the member or expert adviser has only through being a representative mentioned in subsection 25 (2) of the Act.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 11
Resignation

A member or an expert adviser may resign by giving written notice to the Minister.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 12
Termination of appointment

The Minister may terminate the appointment of a member or expert adviser:

(a)
for misbehaviour or physical or mental incapacity; or

(b)
for incompetence or inefficiency; or

(c) who:

(i)
becomes bankrupt; or
(ii)
applies to take the benefit of the law for the relief of bankrupt or insolvent debtors; or
(iii)
compounds with his or her creditors; or
(iv)
makes an assignment of his or her remuneration for the benefit of his or her creditors; or
(d)
who is convicted of an offence punishable by imprisonment for 1 year or longer; or

(e)
who does not comply with regulation 10; or

(f)
who is absent, except on leave of absence, from 3 meetings of the Committee that he or she was expected to attend; or

(g)
if, because of a change in employment, residence or other circumstance, he or she ceases, in the Minister's opinion, to be an appropriate representative on the Committee.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 13
Leave of absence

(1)
The Minister may grant leave of absence to the Chair.

(2)
The Chair may grant leave of absence to another member.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
Part 4 The Register


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FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 14
Publishing notices

(1) For subsections 34 (2) and 35 (3) of the Act, a notice must be published:

(a)
at an appropriate location on the Internet; and

(b)
in the Gazette; and

(c)
in the Government Gazettes of Cocos (Keeling) Islands and Christmas Island; and

(d)
in a daily newspaper that circulates throughout Australia; and

(e)
for each State and Territory — in a daily newspaper that circulates throughout the State or Territory; and

(f)
if practical, in regional newspapers throughout Australia.

(2)
For paragraph (1) (f), it would not be practical to publish a notice in all relevant regional papers if the relevant impacts of a decision under subsection 35 (2) of the Act could affect the whole, or a large proportion, of Australia.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
Part 5 Enforcement

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
Division 5.1 Identity cards

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 15
Form of identity cards

For paragraph 39 (2) (a) of the Act, an identity card must include the following information:

(a)
the name and title of the person to whom it is issued;

(b)
a statement that the person is an inspector under the Act;

(c)
the name, title and signature of the person who issued it;

(d)
a serial number;

(e)
the date when it was issued;

(f)
its expiry date, being not later than 3 years after it was issued.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
Division 5.2 Samples

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 16
Procedures for dealing with samples

For subsection 58A (1) of the Act, this Division sets out the procedures for dealing with samples of fuel, fuel additive or evidential material, taken by an inspector under Part 3 of the Act.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 17
Taking samples

(1) An inspector who takes a sample:
(a) must:

(i)
take 2 or more samples that are as uniform as practicable; and
(ii)
put each sample into a separate container; and
(iii)
securely seal and label the containers; and
(iv)
send 1 or more of the containers to an accredited laboratory or accredited person by means that will ensure the safe arrival of its contents; and
(b)
may keep 1 or more of the containers for any further inspection, examination, measuring or testing.

(2) If the occupier, or another person who apparently represents the occupier, of the premises where the samples are taken is present when the samples are taken:

(a)
the inspector must ask the occupier or other person to inspect the containers to satisfy himself or herself that they have been sealed and labelled properly; and

(b)
1 of the containers must be given to the occupier or the other person.


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(3) If there is no person described in subregulation (2) present, the inspector must:

(a)
keep 1 of the containers; and

(b)
if the occupier of the premises asks for the container within 1 week after the sample was taken, give the container to that person.

(4)
For subsection 58A (3) of the Act, substantial compliance with the procedures mentioned in paragraph (2) (a) is sufficient and the procedure need not be strictly complied with.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 18
Identification of samples

(1) An inspector who takes a sample must:
(a) record:

(i)
enough details to identify it; and
(ii)
the address of the premises where it was taken; and
(b)
ask the occupier, or another person who apparently represents the occupier, of the premises to sign the record as soon as possible after the sample is taken.

(2)
For subsection 58A (3) of the Act, substantial compliance with the procedures mentioned in paragraph (1) (b) is sufficient and the procedure need not be strictly complied with.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 19
Method of securing samples

An inspector who takes a sample must ensure that:

(a)
the container of the sample is marked so that the sample is clearly identifiable, but in a way that prevents a person testing the sample from identifying the source of the sample; and

(b)
the container cannot be opened, or the identification of the sample removed, without breaking the seal; and

(c) the sample is packed, stored and transported so that:

(i)
the integrity of the sample is preserved; and
(ii)
testing of the sample produces the same results as would have been obtained if the sample had been tested immediately after it was taken.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 20
Payment for samples

If a sample is taken from a place where it could be sold legally, the Commonwealth is liable to pay, to the owner of material from which the sample is taken, the market value, at the time the sample was taken, of any part of the sample removed by an inspector.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 21
Accredited laboratories

(1) For subsection 58B (8) of the Act, the following are accredited laboratories:

(a)
a laboratory in Australia that is accredited by NATA;

(b)
a laboratory in another country that is accredited by the national laboratory accreditation body operating in the country where the laboratory is located;

(c)
an organisation of more than 1 laboratory or similar undertaking that uses their joint resources and is accredited by NATA.


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(2) For paragraph (1) (b), a national accreditation body must:

(a)
be a member of the International Laboratory Accreditation Corporation; and

(b)
accept the accreditation standards of that Corporation; and

(c)
comply with ISO/IEC Guide 58:1993 Calibration and testing laboratory accreditation systems — general requirements for operation and recognition, first edition, published by the International Organization for Standardization, Geneva.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 22
Accredited persons

For subsection 58B (8) of the Act, an accredited person is an individual who is accredited by NATA.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 23
Authorised persons

For subsection 58B (8) of the Act, an authorised person is an individual who is approved by NATA as an authorised representative.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
Part 6 Record keeping and reporting obligations

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 24
Record keeping

(1)
For subsection 66 (1) of the Act, this Part sets out the records that must be kept.

(2) A record that must be kept under this Part must:

(a)
be kept, for each calendar year, for fuel that is supplied in Australia in the year; and

(b)
be retained for 2 years.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 25
Records of producers or blenders of fuel

A supplier who produces or blends fuel must keep the following records:

(a)
the kind and grade of fuel produced or blended, or its product code;

(b)
the quantity of fuel produced or blended;

(c) details of any testing done on the fuel, including:

(i)
the date of each test; and
(ii)
records by which the fuel tested can be traced to delivery docket numbers for the fuel; and
(iii)
test methods used; and
(iv)
the results of the tests;

(d) for each supply of fuel, the following details:

(i)
how the fuel was supplied;
(ii)
the quantity supplied;
(iii)
the kind and grade of fuel, or its product code;
(iv)
to whom it was supplied;
(v)
delivery docket numbers;
(e)
records by which the fuel supplied can be traced to delivery docket numbers for the fuel;

(f)
records by which each receipt of fuel into the supplier's tanks can be traced to fuel supplied from the tanks;

(g)
stock reconciliation records (except in relation to fuel for which it is not possible for the supplier to keep separate reconciliation records).


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FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 26
Records for importers of fuel

(1) A supplier who imports fuel into Australia must keep the following records:

(a)
records of the matters mentioned in paragraphs 25 (d) to (g);

(b)
for each shipment of fuel imported — a record of the matters mentioned in subregulation (2).

(2) For paragraph (1) (b), the matters are the following for each kind of fuel imported:

(a)
the kind and grade of fuel, or its product code;

(b)
the quantity of fuel;

(c)
the date when the fuel was imported;

(d)
the port where the fuel arrived in Australia;

(e)
the tariff code for the fuel;

(f)
the importer number for the shipment;

(g)
the contact details of the manufacturer of the fuel, if known;

(h) details of any testing done on the fuel, including:

(i)
the date of each test; and
(ii)
records by which the fuel tested can be traced to delivery docket numbers for the fuel; and
(iii)
test methods used; and
(iv)
the results of the tests;
(i)
stock reconciliation records (except in relation to fuel for which it is not possible for the supplier to keep separate reconciliation records).

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- REG 27
Records for operators of vehicles

(1) This regulation applies to a supplier who is a distributor of fuel:

(a)
that the supplier distributes using the supplier's vehicle; or

(b)
that a person engaged by the supplier distributes, for the supplier, using the person's vehicle.

(2)
A supplier to whom this regulation applies:

(a)
must keep copies of all documents received or provided under section 19 of the Act in relation to fuel described in paragraph (1) (a) or (b); and

(b)
for each instance when a vehicle is loaded with fuel by or for the supplier — must keep a record of the place, date and time the fuel was loaded.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 28
Records for service station operators and distributors

(1) Subject to subregulation (2), a supplier who operates a service station or is a distributor of fuel must keep the following records:

(a)
copies of all documents received or provided under section 19 of the Act;

(b)
stock reconciliation records, including all delivery records received;

(c) details of any testing done on the fuel, including:

(i)
the date of each test; and
(ii)
records by which the fuel tested can be traced to delivery docket numbers for the fuel; and
(iii)
test methods used; and
(iv)
the results of the tests.

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(2)
A supplier who operates a service station or is a distributor need not keep reconciliation records referred to in paragraph (1) (b) in relation to fuel for which it is not possible for the supplier to keep separate reconciliation records.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
- REG 29
Annual statements

For subsection 67 (4) of the Act, an annual statement must be sent to the Secretary:

(a)
by post at GPO Box 787, Canberra, ACT 2601; or

(b)
by e-mail at fuel.quality@deh.gov.au.

FUEL QUALITY STANDARDS REGULATIONS 2001
Notes to the Fuel Quality Standards Regulations 2001

Note 1

The Fuel Quality Standards Regulations 2001 (in force under the Fuel Quality Standards Act 2000) as shown in this compilation comprise Statutory Rules 2001 No. 236 amended as indicated in the Tables below.

Table of Statutory Rules

Year and
number
Date of notification
in Gazette
Date of
commencement
Application, saving or
transitional provisions
2001 No. 236
5 Sept 2001
5 Sept 2001

2001 No. 255
28 Sept 2001
1 Jan 2002

2002 No. 116
14 June 2002
14 June 2002

2003 No. 355
23 Dec 2003
23 Dec 2003

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of Amendments

ad. = added or inserted am. = amended rep. = repealed rs. = repealed and substituted
Provision affected
How affected
Part 1

R. 3
am. 2001 No. 255; 2003 No. 355
R. 3A
ad. 2001 No. 255

rep. 2003 No. 355
Part 2

Heading to Part 2
rs. 2001 No. 255
R. 5
am. 2002 No. 116
R. 6
am. 2002 No. 116
R. 6A
ad. 2002 No. 116
R. 7A
ad. 2001 No. 255

am. 2003 No. 355
Part 5

Part 5
ad. 2001 No. 255
R. 15
ad. 2001 No. 255
R. 16
ad. 2001 No. 255
R. 17
ad. 2001 No. 255
R. 18
ad. 2001 No. 255
R. 19
ad. 2001 No. 255
R. 20
ad. 2001 No. 255
R. 21
ad. 2001 No. 255
R. 22
ad. 2001 No. 255
R. 23
ad. 2001 No. 255
Part 6

Part 6
ad. 2001 No. 255
R. 24
ad. 2001 No. 255
R. 25
ad. 2001 No. 255

am. 2003 No. 355
R. 26
ad. 2001 No. 255

am. 2003 No. 355
R. 27
ad. 2001 No. 255

rs. 2003 No. 355
R. 28
ad. 2001 No. 255

am. 2003 No. 355
R. 29
ad. 2001 No. 255

am. 2003 No. 355