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Re-opening an order for enforcement reasons

    (1)     An application for review of an order under section 120A of the Act must be made within 3 months after the order is made or a later date with the leave of the Tribunal.

    (2)     No more than one application may be made under section 120A of the Act by the same person in respect of the same matter without leave of the Tribunal.

    (3)     An application under section 120A of the Act must—

        (a)     state—

              (i)     the name, current address, telephone number and electronic address of the applicant; and

              (ii)     the number of the original proceeding for which the review is requested; and

              (iii)     the date of the making of the order in respect of which a review is requested; and

              (iv)     the problem with enforcing or complying with the order that is to be remedied; and

        (b)     exhibit any documents in support of the matters referred to in subparagraphs (a)(i), (ii), (iii) and (iv).

    (4)     On the lodgement of an application under section 120A of the Act the principal registrar—

        (a)     may require the applicant to comply with the requirements of subrule (3) by requesting the applicant to provide information as referred to in that subrule; and

        (b)     must advise the applicant and the other parties by notice of the procedures of the Tribunal with respect to the future conduct of the application.

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