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ICONIC QUEENSLAND PLACES REGULATION 2008 No. 164 - SECT 18

18 How chief executive deals with complaint

(1) If the chief executive must deal with a complaint, the chief executive must, as soon as practicable, give the member written notice--

(a) that a complaint about a breach by the member has been made or referred to the chief executive; and
(b) stating the substance of the complaint.

(2) Unless the chief executive considers the complaint to concern a frivolous matter or to have been made vexatiously, the chief executive deals with the complaint by deciding--

(a) whether the member breached the panel members code of conduct; and
(b) whether to impose a penalty on the member.

(3) In deciding whether the member breached the panel members code of conduct and whether to impose a penalty on the member, the chief executive must comply with the principles of natural justice.



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