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HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 1973 - SECT 106RB

Notification by Director or Authority that proper draft or final determination is impossible

  (1)   The Director may give the Determining Authority written notice that he or she is satisfied that circumstances exist that would make it impossible for a proper draft determination or final determination to be made by the Authority in relation to the person under review. The notice must set out the circumstances.

  (2)   The Determining Authority may give the Director written notice that it is satisfied that circumstances exist that would make it impossible for a proper draft determination or final determination to be made by the Authority in relation to the person under review. The notice must set out the circumstances.

  (3)   If the Director or the Determining Authority gives a notice under this section:

  (a)   this Subdivision ceases to have effect in relation to the person under review; and

  (b)   the Director must, within 7 days after giving or receiving the notice (as the case may be), give a copy of the notice to the Chief Executive Medicare and the person under review.


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