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TELECOMMUNICATIONS (INTERCEPTION AND ACCESS) ACT 1979 - SECT 197

Time for giving IC plans by nominated carriage service providers

             (1)  A nominated carriage service provider must give an IC plan to the Communications Access Co-ordinator by:

                     (a)  each 1 July; or

                     (b)  if the Co-ordinator agrees to a later day instead of a particular 1 July--that later day.

Note:          If the business plans of the nominated carriage service provider change, the provider may be required to give the Co-ordinator another IC plan under section 201.

             (2)  The Communications Access Co-ordinator must inform the ACMA of any agreement under paragraph (1)(b).

Further rule for future nominated carriage service providers

             (3)  If the carriage service provider became a nominated carriage service provider on a day (the start day ) after the commencement of this section, the provider must also give an IC plan to the Communications Access Co-ordinator within 90 days after the start day.

Ministerial declaration

             (4)  For the purposes of this Part and Part 5-4A, the Minister may, by writing, declare a carriage service provider to be a nominated carriage service provider.

             (5)  A declaration made under subsection (4) is not a legislative instrument.



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