(1) An accredited assessor must notify the regulator as soon as practicable if the accreditation document is lost, stolen or destroyed.: Maximum penalty--(a) in the case of an individual--$1,250, or(b) in the case of a body corporate--$6,000.
(2) If an accreditation document is lost, stolen or destroyed an accredited assessor may apply to the regulator for a replacement accreditation document.Note : An accreditation holder is required to keep the accreditation document available for inspection (see clause 124).
(3) An application for a replacement accreditation document must be made in the manner and form required by the regulator.
(4) The application must--(a) include a declaration describing the circumstances in which the original document was lost, stolen or destroyed, andNote : See section 268 of the Act for offences relating to the giving of false or misleading information under the Act or this Regulation.(b) be accompanied by the relevant fee.
(5) The regulator must issue a replacement accreditation document if satisfied that the original document was lost, stolen or destroyed.
(6) If the regulator refuses to issue a replacement accreditation document, it must give the accredited assessor written notice of this decision, including the reasons for the decision, within 14 days after making the decision.Note : A refusal to issue a replacement accreditation document is a reviewable decision (see clause 676).