16. (1) The Registrar-General shall include information about a child's parent in the Register after registration of the child's birth if—
(a) the parents of the child apply for the inclusion of the information;
(b) 1 parent of the child applies for the inclusion of the information and the Registrar-General is satisfied that the other parent is dead or cannot join in the application because he or she cannot be found or for any other reason;
(c) 1 parent of the child applies for the inclusion of the information and the Registrar-General is satisfied that the other parent does not dispute the correctness of the information;
(d) the Supreme Court orders the inclusion of the information;
(e) a court makes a finding that a particular person is a parent of the child;
(f) the Registrar-General is entitled under an Act or a law of a State, the Commonwealth or another Territory to make a presumption as to the identity of a parent of the child; or
(g) the inclusion of the information is authorised by the regulations.
(2) An application to the Registrar-General for the addition of registrable information in the Register—
(a) shall be made in writing;
(b) shall include the information required by the Register-General; and
(c) shall, if the Registrar-General requires verification of the information contained in the application, be accompanied by a statutory declaration verifying the information and such other evidence as the Registrar-General may require.
(3) On application by an interested person, the Supreme Court may order that the Register be amended—
(a) by omitting or adding specified information concerning a child's parentage; or
(b) by adding information that relates to the marriage of the child's parents.
(4) In this section—