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Application for approval as designated complainant

  (1)   An entity may apply to the Minister for approval as a designated complainant.

  (2)   However, a State or Territory may not apply under subsection   (1).

  (3)   The application must:

  (a)   be in writing; and

  (b)   if the Minister has approved a manner for making the application--be made in that manner; and

  (c)   be made during a period prescribed under subsection   (4); and

  (d)   if the Minister has approved a form:

  (i)   be made in the approved form; and

  (ii)   include the information required by the form; and

  (iii)   be accompanied by any documents required by the form.

  (4)   For the purposes of paragraph   (3)(c), the designated complaints determination may:

  (a)   prescribe a period, which may be a single period or a recurring period; and

  (b)   provide for the start or end date of the period or each period (as the case may be) to be as is or will be set out on the Department's website.

Withdrawal of application

  (5)   The applicant may, in writing, withdraw the application before the Minister makes a decision.

  (6)   If the application is withdrawn, it is taken never to have been made.

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