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Police Service Act 2003 (No. 75 of 2003)
Requested:  27 Nov 2014
Consolidated as at:  21 Feb 2012

71. Representation

      (1) In a review relating to the termination of appointment or demotion, the applicant may be represented by a legal practitioner.

      (2) In a review relating to a reduction of remuneration, the applicant –

(a) may be represented by a legal practitioner if the reduction is the equivalent of 10 penalty units or more; or

(b) may be represented by a person other than a legal practitioner if the reduction is less than the equivalent of 10 penalty units.

      (3) In a review relating to a suspension of remuneration or allowances, the applicant –

(a) may be represented by a legal practitioner if the remuneration or allowances suspended are the equivalent of 10 penalty units or more; or

(b) may be represented by a person other than a legal practitioner if the remuneration or allowances suspended are less than the equivalent of 10 penalty units.

      (4) In a review relating to a fine, the applicant –

(a) may be represented by a legal practitioner if the fine is 10 penalty units or more; or

(b) may be represented by a person other than a legal practitioner if the fine is less than 10 penalty units.

      (5) In a review relating to the requirement to pay the cost relating to the loss or damage to equipment, the applicant –

(a) may be represented by a legal practitioner if the cost is the equivalent of 10 penalty units or more; or

(b) may be represented by a person other than a legal practitioner if the cost is less than the equivalent of 10 penalty units.



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