Section 144H Liquor Act 2007 | Reviews Generally


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Section 144H of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Reviews Generally and is set out below.

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The Legislation

144H Reviews generally

(1) An application for the review of a reviewable decision may be made by a person who is required to be notified of the decision under section 144G no later than 21 days after the person receives the notification.

(2) The application is to be made to the Authority in the case of a decision of the Director-General and to the Administrative Decisions Tribunal in the case of a decision of the Authority.

(3) Part 2 of Chapter 5 of the Administrative Decisions Tribunal Act 1997 does not apply to an application to the Administrative Decisions Tribunal for a review of a decision of the Authority under this Part.

(4) An application for a review operates to stay the reviewable decision unless the body conducting the review otherwise directs.

(5) The operation of any remedial action taken in respect of a strike is suspended during any time that the decision to impose the strike is stayed.

(6) In determining an application for review under this section, the body conducting the review must take into account any matter that was required to be taken into account in making the reviewable decision that is the subject of the review.

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