Allocation Amendment Principles 2001 (No. 1)

I, BRONWYN KATHLEEN BISHOP, Minister for Aged Care, make these Principles under subsection 96-1 (1) of the Aged Care Act 1997.

Dated 6 February 2001


Minister for Aged Care

1 Name of Principles

  These Principles are the Allocation Amendment Principles 2001 (No. 1).

2 Commencement

  These Principles commence on gazettal.

3 Amendment of Allocation Principles 1997

  Schedule 1 amends the Allocation Principles 1997.


Schedule 1 Amendments

(section 3)

[1] Section 4.3, after definition of planning objectives


representative, of a care recipient, has the same meaning as in section 19.3A of the Records Principles 1997.

[2] After Part 7, Division 5


Division 6 Records to be given to transferee

4.66A Purpose of Division (Act, s 16-10)

  This Division specifies the records to be given by the transferor to the transferee if a transfer is completed.

4.66B Records to be given

 (1) The transferor must give to the transferee the records of the name and contact details of each representative of a care recipient who is receiving care in respect of a place being transferred.

 (2) The records may be given in written or electronic form.