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Internally reviewable decisions

    (1)     An internally reviewable decision is a decision:

        (a)     to refuse an application under section 69C; or

        (b)     to vary a condition of an approval under section 69D ; or

        (c)     to impose an additional condition on an approval under section 69D; or

        (d)     to cancel an approval under section 69E.

    (2)     For subsection (1)(c), the following applies in relation to a decision to impose an additional condition about fees:

        (a)     if there was no fee payable under the original approval and the decision is that a fee is payable – the decision is not an internally reviewable decision;

        (b)     if the decision is to increase the amount of a fee payable – the decision is an internally reviewable decision.

    (3)     An "affected person", for an internally reviewable decision, is the applicant for, or holder of, the approval.

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