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Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 No 48
Current version for 26 September 2019 to date (accessed 20 February 2020 at 18:32)
92B Withdrawal of complaint
(1) A person who has made a complaint, other than a representative complaint, may at any time, by notice in writing lodged with the President, withdraw the complaint.(2) If the President receives a notice under subsection (1) signed by or on behalf of the complainant or, if more than one, all the complainants, the President is to terminate the complaint.(3) If the President receives a notice under subsection (1) signed by or on behalf of some, but not all, of the complainants, the President is to treat the notice as an amendment removing the names of those persons as complainants from the complaint.(4) The President is to give notice in writing of any decision by the President under this section to the complainant and respondent and to each person on whose behalf the complaint was made.(5) The President is not required to give a respondent notice of the President’s decision to terminate a complaint if the President had not given notice to the respondent that the complaint had been made.