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Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 No 48
Current version for 13 August 2018 to date (accessed 22 September 2019 at 06:49)
87A Persons who may make a complaint
(1) A complaint alleging that a named person has, or named persons have, contravened a provision of this Act or the regulations (other than a provision for which a specific penalty is imposed) may be made by any of the following:(a) one or more persons:(i) on his, her or their own behalf, or(ii) on his, her or their own behalf as well as on behalf of another person or persons,(b) a parent or guardian of a person who lacks the legal capacity to lodge a complaint (for example, because of age or disability),(c) a representative body on behalf of a named person or persons, subject to section 87C,(d) an agent of any of the persons referred to in paragraph (a), (b) or (c).(2) Nothing in this Division prevents a person from making a complaint (not being a representative complaint) even though the conduct in respect of which the complaint is made is also conduct in respect of which a representative complaint has been made.(3) In this section, guardian has the same meaning as it has in the Guardianship Act 1987.