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This Determination amends the Do Not Call Register (Administration and Operation) Determination 2007 to ensure that it is consistent with the amendments to the Do Not Call Register Act 2006.
Administered by: Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy
Registered 28 May 2010
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR01-Jun-2010
Tabled Senate15-Jun-2010
Date of repeal 09 Aug 2013
Repealed by Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2013

Explanatory Statement

 

Issued by the authority of the Australian Communications and Media Authority

DO NOT CALL REGISTER (ADMINISTRATION AND OPERATION) AMENDMENT DETERMINATION 2010 (No. 1)

Do Not Call Register Act 2006

Background, purpose and legislative basis

This document provides an explanation of the Do Not Call Register (Administration and Operation) Amendment Determination 2010 (No. 1) (the Amendment Determination) made under subsection 18(1) of the Do Not Call Register Act 2006 (the Act).

The Act requires the ACMA to keep, or to arrange for another person (the contracted service provider) to keep, the Do Not Call Register (the Register).  Subsection 18(1) of the Act allows the ACMA to make a determination dealing with a number of issues related to the administration or operation of the Register.

On 27 April 2007, the ACMA made the Do Not Call Register (Administration and Operation) Determination 2007 (the Determination).  The Determination, among other things, sets out the manner in which applications for:

·        registration of a number on the Register may be made;

·        corrections for entries made on the Register may be made; and

·        removal of entries on the Register may be made.

The Do Not Call Register Legislation Amendment Act 2010 (the Amending Act) was made on 18 May 2010. The operative provisions of the Amending Act come into effect on 30 May 2010. The Amending Act makes changes to the Act to, among other things, extend the numbers eligible for registration on the Register to include emergency service numbers, numbers used or maintained exclusively for use by a government body and numbers used or maintained exclusively for transmitting and/or receiving faxes. The Amending Act makes provision for the Minister, by legislative instrument, to extend the period of time for which numbers may remain on the Register. It also makes provision for the Minister to reinstate, by legislative instrument, any numbers that had been removed from the Register due to their lapsing at the end of the three-year registration period, prior to the commencement of the Amending Act.

The Amendment Determination makes consequential amendments to the Determination to ensure that it is consistent with the amendments to the Act. In particular it amends the Determination to expand the types of numbers that applicants may apply to have included on the Register and ensures that the provisions of the Determination relating to the correction and/or removal of entries on the Register extend to these new types of numbers.

Consultation

The amendments made by the Amendment Determination are consequential amendments necessary to be made to ensure the administration and operation of the Register is conducted in accordance with the Act, as amended. They do not substantially alter the existing arrangements beyond ensuring that the arrangements relating to registration of numbers apply to numbers used or maintained exclusively for transmitting and/or receiving faxes, numbers used by a government body and emergency service numbers.   

 

 

Prior to the making of the Amending Act the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy (the Department) engaged in extensive consultation with the public and industry in relation to the proposed changes. The Bill was also subject to review by the Senate Environment, Communications and Arts Legislation Committee.  Accordingly, the ACMA considers that appropriate consultation has already been undertaken on the effect of these amendments and considers that further consultation is unnecessary in the circumstances.

 

Regulatory impact

 

In September 2008 the Department undertook a preliminary assessment in relation to a proposal to expand the Register to include all telephone and fax numbers. This established that the compliance costs and other impacts would be low. The Office of Best Practice Regulation agreed with the preliminary assessment that no Regulation Impact Statement would be required in relation to these changes and provided advice to that  effect also in September 2008 (ID 9841). Therefore no Regulation Impact Statement has been prepared for the Amending Determination.

Notes on the instrument

 

Section 1 – Name of Determination

 

Section 1 provides that the Amendment Determination is the Do Not Call Register (Administration and Operation) Amendment Determination 2010 (No. 1).

 

Section 2 – Commencement

 

Section 2 sets out that the Amendment Determination commences on the day that Schedule 1 to the Do Not Call Register Legislation Amendment Act 2010 commences.

 

Section 3 – Amendment of Do Not Call Register (Administration and Operation) Determination 2007

Section 3 provides that Schedule 1 amends the Determination.

 

Schedule 1 – Amendments

 

[1]        Note to section 3

Item 1 effectively amends the note to section 3 to add a reference to additional relevant words and phrases used in the Determination (i.e. government body, fax, Australian number and emergency service number). The note clarifies that these words have the same meanings given by section 4 of the Act. Item 1 also amends the reference to “relevant account-holder” to ensure consistency with the use of the term in the Act. 

[2]        Subsection 4 (1)

Item 2 effectively amends subsection 4 (1) by inserting a reference to new subsection (2A), which is inserted by item 4, and by replacing the words “a telephone” with “an Australian”.

[3]        Subsection 4 (2)

Item 3 makes a consequential amendment to subsection 4 (2) by removing the word “telephone”.

[4]        After subsection 4 (2)

Item 4 inserts a new subsection 4 (2A) which explains that a person wishing to apply to register a fax number can only apply by way of an application in writing or via the internet, and may not register a fax number by telephone. This is because when numbers are registered by telephone the ACMA, or the contracted service provider, may use the Calling Line Identification contained in the number to confirm the registration details by return phone call. This would not be possible for fax numbers.

[5]        Subsection 4 (3)

Item 5 makes a consequential amendment to subsection 4 (3) by removing the word “telephone” where first occurring.

[6]        Paragraph 4 (3) (a)

Item 6 makes a consequential amendment to paragraph 4 (3) (a) by removing the second occurrence of the word “telephone”.

[7]        Paragraph 4 (3) (b)

Item 7 makes a consequential amendment to paragraph 4 (3) (b) by replacing the word “telephone” with “Australian”.

[8]        Paragraph 4 (3) (c)

Item 8 amends paragraph 4 (3) (c), effectively replacing a reference to “relevant telephone account-holder” with “relevant account-holder” and replacing a reference to “telephone number” with “Australian number”.

[9]        Paragraph 4 (3) (d)

Item 9 replaces  paragraph 4 (3) (d) with a new paragraph which effectively requires a person applying to register a number by way of telephone to state that the Australian number that is sought to be registered falls within one of the eligible categories of numbers set out in section 14 of the Act, and to state that the number is not  used or maintained exclusively for transmitting and/or receiving faxes. This reflects the fact that only telephone numbers may be registered by way of a telephone application.

[10]      Paragraph 4 (3) (e)

Item 9 omits paragraph 4 (3) (e), which is no longer necessary as reference is made to this requirement in new Paragraph 4 (3) (d) .

[11]      Paragraph 4 (3) (f)

Item 11 makes a consequential amendment to paragraph 4 (3) (f), replacing the word “telephone” with “Australian”. 

[12]      Paragraph 4 (3) (g)

Item 12 makes a consequential amendment to paragraph 4 (3) (g), replacing the word “telephone” with “Australian”.

[13]      After subsection 4 (3)

Item 13 inserts a new note at the end of subsection 4 (3) to make it clear that the option of registering an Australian number on the Register by way of application over the telephone is only available for account-holders wishing to register a telephone number (i.e. a number that is not used or maintained exclusively for transmitting and/or receiving faxes). This is because when numbers are registered by telephone the ACMA, or the contracted service provider, may use the Calling Line Identification contained in the number to confirm the registration details by return phone call. This would not be possible for fax numbers.

[14]      Subsection 4 (4)

Item 14 makes a consequential amendment to subsection 4 (4) by removing the word “telephone”.

[15]      Subsection 4 (5)

Item 15 makes a consequential amendment to subsection 4 (5) by removing the word “telephone” where it first occurs in the subsection.

[16]      Paragraph 4 (5) (b)

Item 16 makes a consequential amendment to paragraph 4 (5) (b) by replacing the word “telephone” with “Australian”.

[17]      Paragraph 4 (5) (c)

Item 17 amends paragraph 4 (5) (c), effectively replacing a reference to “relevant telephone account-holder” with “relevant account-holder” and a reference to “telephone number” with “Australian number”.

[18]      Paragraph 4 (5) (d)

Item 18 omits paragraph 4 (5) (d) and replaces it with a new paragraph which effectively requires a person applying to register a number via the internet to state that the Australian number that is sought to be registered falls within one of the eligible categories of numbers set out in section 14 of the Act.

[19]      Paragraph 4 (5) (e)

Item 19 omits paragraph 4 (5) (e), which is no longer necessary as fax numbers may now be included on the Register.

[20]      Paragraph 4 (5) (f)

Item 20 makes a consequential amendment to paragraph 4 (5) (f) by replacing the word “telephone” with “Australian”.

[21]      Paragraph 4 (5) (g)

Item 21 makes a consequential amendment to paragraph 4 (5) (g) by replacing the word “telephone” with “Australian”. 

[22]      Paragraph 4 (5) (h)

Item 22 repeals paragraph 4 (5) (h) and replaces it with a new paragraph , effectively removing a reference to a paragraph that is repealed by item 23 and inserting a new requirement for people seeking to register fax numbers to provide a telephone number that may be used to contact the applicant if necessary.

[23]      Subsection 4 (6)

Item 23 omits paragraph 4(6), removing the limits on the amount of numbers that a person could register via the internet using the same e-mail address. Previously, if a person applied to register numbers and gave an e-mail address, they could not register more than 3 telephone numbers at any one time using that e-mail address and they could not register more than 10 telephone numbers in a 3 year period using that email address. This restriction is no longer practicable.  The expansion of the Register to include fax numbers and numbers used by government bodies may mean that persons acting on behalf of a government body may need to be able to register many numbers using the one e-mail address, or, similarly, a person acting on behalf of a business may need to register multiple fax numbers using one e-mail address.

[24]      Subsection 4 (7)

Item 24 makes consequential amendments to subsection 4 (7) by removing the word “telephone” wherever it occurs.

[25]      Subsection 4 (8)

Item 25 makes a consequential amendment to subsection 4 (8) by removing the word “telephone” where it first appears in that subsection.

[26]      Paragraph 4 (8) (a)

Item 26 makes a consequential amendment to paragraph 4 (8) (a) by replacing the word “telephone” with “Australian”.

[27]      Paragraph 4 (8) (b)

Item 27 substitutes a new paragraph 4 (8) (b) effectively replacing a reference to “relevant telephone account-holder” with “relevant account-holder” and a reference to “telephone number” with “Australian number”.

[28]      Paragraph 4 (8) (c)

Item 28 omits paragraph 4 (8) (c) and replaces it with a new paragraph which effectively requires a person applying to register a number via an application made in writing to state that the Australian number that is sought to be registered falls within one of the eligible categories of numbers set out in section 14 of the Act.

[29]      Paragraph 4 (8) (d)

Item 29 omits paragraph 4 (8) (d), which is no longer necessary as fax numbers may now be included on the Register.

[30]      Paragraph 4 (8) (e)

Item 30 makes a consequential amendment to paragraph 4 (8) (e) to replace the word “telephone” with “Australian”.

[31]      Paragraph 4 (8) (f)

Item 31 substitutes a new paragraph 4 (8) (f), effectively removing a reference to “telephone”, replacing a reference to “telephone number” with “Australian number” and ensuring that an applicant can provide a copy of a bill, or other supporting evidence, for the account associated with the Australian number they are seeking to register.

[32]      Subsection 4 (9)

Item 32 makes a consequential amendment to subsection 4 (9) by removing the word “telephone”.

[33]      Subsection 4 (10)

Item 33 makes consequential amendments to subsection 4 (10) to remove the word “telephone” wherever occurring.

[34]      Subsection 4 (11)

Item 34 makes a consequential amendment to subsection 4(11), replacing the word “telephone” with “Australian”.

[35]      After subsection 4 (11)

Item 35 inserts some explanatory notes after subsection 4 (11). These notes, with some minor amendments, have been removed from subsection 4 (12) by item 36 below and are reproduced here so that they remain in the Determination.

[36] Subsection 4 (12), including heading and notes

Item 36 omits subsection 4 (12), which explained how applications may be made for registration of a number prior to 14 May 2007. As that date has passed this subsection is no longer necessary.

[37]      Subsection 5 (1)

Item 37 makes consequential amendments to subsection 5 (1) by removing the word “telephone” wherever it occurs.

[38]      Subsection 5 (2)

Item 38 effectively amends subsection 5 (2) by inserting a reference to new subsection (3A), which is inserted by item 40.

[39]      Subsection 5 (3)

Item 39 makes a consequential amendment to subsection 5 (3) by removing the word “telephone”.

[40]      After subsection 5 (3)

Item 40 inserts a new subsection 5 (3A) which explains that a person wishing to apply to correct a fax number entered on the Register can only apply by way of an application in writing, and may not apply by telephone. This is because when a person applies to correct a number by telephone the ACMA, or the contracted service provider, may use the Calling Line Identification contained in the number to confirm the registration details by return phone call. This would not be possible for fax numbers.

[41]      Subsection 5 (4)

Item 41 makes a consequential amendment to subsection 5 (4) by removing the word “telephone” where it first appears in that subsection.

[42]      Paragraph 5 (4) (a)

Item 42 makes a consequential amendment to paragraph 5 (4) (a) by removing the second reference to the word “telephone” in that paragraph.

[43]      Paragraph 5 (4) (b)

Item 43 makes consequential amendments to paragraph 5 (4) (b), effectively replacing a reference to “relevant telephone account-holder” with “relevant account-holder” and replacing a reference to “telephone number” with “Australian number”.

[44]      Paragraph 5 (4) (c)

Item 44 makes a consequential amendment to paragraph 5 (4) (c) by removing the word “telephone”.

[45]      Paragraph 5 (4) (d)

Item 45 makes a consequential amendment to paragraph 5 (4) (d) by replacing the word “telephone” with “Australian”.

[46]      Paragraph 5 (4) (e)

Item 46 inserts a new paragraph 5 (4) (e) which effectively requires a person applying to register a number by way of telephone to state that the Australian number that is sought to be registered falls within one of the eligible categories of numbers set out in section 14 of the Act, and to state that the number is not used or maintained exclusively for transmitting and/or receiving faxes. This reflects the fact that only entries relating to telephone numbers may be corrected by way of a telephone application.

[47]      Paragraph 5 (4) (f)

Item 47 omits paragraph 5 (4) (f), which is no longer necessary.

[48]      Paragraph 5 (4) (h)

Item 48 makes consequential amendments to paragraph 5 (4) (h) by removing the word “telephone” wherever it occurs in the paragraph.

[49]      After subsection 5 (4)

Item 49 inserts a new note at the end of subsection 5 (4) to make it clear that the option of correcting an entry on the Register by way of application over the telephone is only available for account-holders wishing to correct an entry relating to a telephone number (i.e. a number that is not used or maintained exclusively for transmitting and/or receiving faxes). This is because when applications are made by telephone the ACMA, or the contracted service provider, may use the Calling Line Identification contained in the number to confirm the details by return phone call. This would not be possible for fax numbers.

[50]      Subsection 5 (5)

Item 50 makes consequential amendments to subsection 5(5) to remove the word “telephone” wherever it occurs in that subsection.

[51]      Subsection 5 (6)

Item 51 makes a consequential amendment to remove the word “telephone” where it first occurs in that subsection.

[52]      Paragraph 5 (6) (a)

Item 52 makes consequential amendments to paragraph 5 (6) (a), effectively replacing two references to “relevant telephone account-holder” with “relevant account-holder” and replacing a reference to “telephone number” with “Australian number”.

[53]      Paragraph 5 (6) (b)

Item 53 makes a consequential amendment to paragraph 5 (6) (b), removing the word   “telephone”.

[54]      Paragraph 5 (6) (c)

Item 54 makes a consequential amendment to replace the word “telephone” with “Australian”.

[55]      Paragraph 5 (6) (d)

Item 55 omits paragraph 5 (6) (d) and replaces it with a new paragraph which effectively requires a person applying to register a number by making an application in writing to state that the Australian number sought to be registered falls within one of the eligible categories of numbers set out in section 14 of the Act.

[56]      Paragraph 5 (6) (e)

Item 56 omits paragraph 5 (6) (e), which is no longer necessary as fax numbers may now be included on the Register.

[57]      Paragraph 5 (6) (g)

Item 57 amends paragraph 5 (6) (g), effectively replacing the words “telephone account” with “account”, replacing the words “telephone number” with “Australian number” and ensuring that an applicant may provide a copy of a bill or other supporting evidence for the account associated with the Australian number they are seeking to register.

[58]      Subsection 5 (7)

Item 58 makes a consequential amendment to subsection 5 (7) to remove the word “telephone”.

[59]      Subsection 5 (8)

Item 59 makes consequential amendments to subsection 5 (8) to remove the word “telephone” wherever it occurs.

[60]      After subsection 5 (8)

Item 56 inserts some explanatory notes after subsection 5 (8). These notes have been removed from subsection 5 (9) by item 61 below and are reproduced here so that they remain in the Determination.

[61]      Subsection 5 (9), including heading and notes

Item 61 omits subsection 5 (9), which explained how applications may be made for correction of entries on the Register prior to 14 May 2007. As that date has passed this subsection is no longer necessary.

[62]      Paragraph 6 (2) (a)

Item 62 makes consequential amendments to paragraph 6 (2) (a) to remove the word “telephone” wherever it occurs in the paragraph.

[63]      Subsection 7 (1)

Item 63 makes consequential amendments to subsection 7 (1) to remove the word “telephone” wherever it occurs.

[64]      Subsection 7 (2)

Item 64 effectively amends subsection 7 (2) by inserting a reference to new subsection (3A), which is inserted by item 66 and makes a consequential amendment to remove the word “telephone” where it first occurs in subsection 7 (2).

[65]      Subsection 7 (3)

Item 65 makes a consequential amendment to subsection 7 (3) to remove the word “telephone”.

[66]      After subsection 7 (3)

Item 66 inserts a new subsection 7 (3A) which explains that a person wishing to apply to remove a fax number from the Register can only apply by way of an application in writing, and may not apply by telephone. This is because when a person applies to remove a number by telephone the ACMA, or the contracted service provider, may use the Calling Line Identification contained in the number to confirm the removal by return phone call. This would not be possible for fax numbers.

[67]      Subsection 7 (4)

Item 67 makes a consequential amendment to subsection 7 (4) to remove the word “telephone” where it first occurs in that subsection.

[68]      Paragraph 7 (4) (a)

Item 68 makes a consequential amendment to remove the second reference to the word “telephone” from paragraph 7 (4) (a).

[69]      Paragraph 7 (4) (b)

Item 69 makes a consequential amendment to paragraph 7 (4) (b) to remove the word “telephone”.

[70]      Paragraph 7 (4) (c)

Item 70 makes consequential amendments to paragraph 7 (4) (c) to remove the word “telephone” wherever it occurs.

[71]      Paragraph 7 (4) (d)

Item 71 makes a consequential amendment to paragraph 7 (4) (d) to remove the word “telephone”.

[72]      Paragraph 7 (4) (e)

Item 72 makes consequential amendments to paragraph 7 (4) (e) to remove the word “telephone” wherever it occurs.

[73]      After subsection 7 (4)

Item 73 inserts a new note at the end of subsection 7 (4) to make it clear that the option of applying to remove an entry from the Register by way of application over the telephone is only available for account-holders wishing to remove an entry relating to a telephone number (i.e. a number that is not used or maintained exclusively for transmitting and/or receiving faxes). This is because when applications are made by telephone the ACMA, or the contracted service provider, may use the Calling Line Identification contained in the number to confirm the details by return phone call. This would not be possible for fax numbers.

[74]      Subsection 7 (5)

Item 74 makes consequential amendments to subsection 7 (5) to remove the word “telephone” wherever it occurs.

[75]      Subsection 7 (6)

Item 75 omits subsection 7 (6) and substitutes a new subsection which effectively remove the word “telephone” wherever it occurs and allows a person applying to remove a number from the Register to provide a bill, or other supporting evidence, for the account associated with the number .

[76]      Subsection 7 (7)

Item 76 makes a consequential amendment to subsection 7 (7) to remove the word “telephone”.

[77]      Subsection 7 (8)

Item 77 makes consequential amendments to subsection 7 (8) to remove the word “telephone” wherever it occurs.

[78]      Heading to subsection 7 (9)

Item 78 makes a consequential amendment to the heading to subsection 7 (9) to remove the word “telephone”.

[79]      After subsection 7 (9)

Item 79 inserts some explanatory notes after subsection 7 (9). These notes have been removed from subsection 7 (10) by item 80 below and are reproduced here, with some minor amendments, so that they remain in the Determination.

[80]      Subsection 7 (10), including heading and notes

Item 80 repeals subsection 7 (10), which explained how applications may be made for removal of numbers from the Register prior to 14 May 2007. As that date has passed this subsection is no longer necessary.

[81]      Heading to section 8

Item 81 makes a consequential amendment to the heading to section 8 to remove the word “telephone”.

[82]      Subsection 8 (1)

Item 82 makes consequential amendments to subsection 8 (1) to remove the word “telephone” wherever it occurs.

[83]      Subsection 8 (2)

Item 83 makes a consequential amendment to subsection 8 (2) to remove the word “telephone”.

[84]      Heading to section 9

Item 84 makes a consequential amendment to the heading to section 9 to remove the word “telephone”.

[85]      Subsection 9 (1)

Item 85 makes consequential amendments to subsection 9 (1) to remove the word “telephone” wherever it occurs.

[86]      Subsection 9 (2)

Item 86 effectively amends subsection 9 (2) by inserting a reference to new subsection (3A), which is inserted by item 88 and making a consequential amendment to remove the word “telephone” where it first occurs in subsection 9 (2).

[87]      Subsection 9 (3)

Item 87 makes a consequential amendment to subsection 9 (3) to remove the word “telephone”.

[88]      After subsection 9 (3)

Item 88 inserts a new subsection 9 (3A) which explains that a person wishing to access the register to check whether a fax number is on the Register can only apply by way of an application in writing, and may not apply by telephone. This is because when a person applies to access the register to check the registration of a number by telephone the ACMA, or the contracted service provider, may use the Calling Line Identification contained in the number to confirm the removal by return phone call. This would not be possible for fax numbers.

[89]      Subsection 9 (4)

Item 89 makes a consequential amendment to subsection 9 (4) to remove the word “telephone” where it first occurs in the subsection.

[90]      Paragraph 9 (4) (a)

Item 90 makes a consequential amendment to paragraph 9 (4) (a) to remove the word “telephone” the second time it is used in the paragraph.

[91]      Paragraphs 9 (4) (b), (c) and (d)

Item 91 makes consequential amendments to paragraphs 9 (4) (b), (c) and (d) to remove the word “telephone” wherever occurring.

[92]      Subsection 9 (5)

Item 92 makes a consequential amendment to subsection 9 (5) to remove the word “telephone”.

[93]      After subsection 9 (5)

Item 93 inserts a new note at the end of subsection 9(5) to make it clear that the option of applying to access the register to check whether a number is on the Register by way of application over the telephone is only available for account-holders wishing to check the registration of a telephone number (i.e. a number that is not used or maintained exclusively for transmitting and/or receiving faxes). This is because when applications are made by telephone the ACMA, or the contracted service provider, may use the Calling Line Identification contained in the number to confirm the details by return phone call. This would not be possible for fax numbers.

[94]      Subsections 9 (6), (7), (8), (9), (10), (11) and (12)

Item 94 makes consequential amendments to subsections 9 (6), (7), (8), (9), (10), (11) and (12) to remove the word “telephone” wherever it occurs.

[95]      Paragraph 9 (10) (d)

Item 95 omits paragraph 9 (10) (d) and inserts a new paragraph, effectively requiring a person who is applying to access the register to check the registration of a number to supply a copy of a bill or other supporting evidence for the account associated with the number.

[96]      After subsection 9 (13)

Item 96 inserts some explanatory notes after subsection 9 (13). These notes have been removed from subsection 9 (14) by item 95 below and are reproduced here, with some minor amendments, so that they remain in the Determination.

[97]      Subsection 9 (14), including heading and notes

Item 97 omits subsection 9 (14), which explained how applications may be made for access to the Do Not Call Register prior to 14 May 2007. As that date has passed this subsection is no longer necessary.

[98]      Section 10

Item 98 substitutes a new section 10 which effectively requires the ACMA or the contracted service provider to inform applicants who are applying to register a number under section 4 of the Determination that their registration will remain in force for three years, or for a longer period if a longer period has been specified in an instrument in force, made by the Minister under subsection 17(1A) of the Act. This reflects the fact that under subsection 17(1A) the Minister has a power, by legislative instrument, to determine a longer registration period for numbers on the Register.

[99]      Section 12

Item 99 amends section 12 to clarify that it will be sufficient to meet the requirement to provide a copy of a bill or other supporting evidence, contained in paragraphs 4 (8) (f), 5 (6) (g), 7 (6) (d) and 9 (10) (d), if the applicant provides an edited copy of the bill or other supporting evidence, as long as it shows the name of the relevant account-holder and the relevant number.