Long Service Leave Regulations 2017
I, the Governor in and over the State of Tasmania and its Dependencies in the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Executive Council, make the following regulations under the Long Service Leave Act 1976 .10 April 2017
By Her Excellency's Command,
Minister for Building and Construction
These regulations may be cited as the Long Service Leave Regulations 2017 .
These regulations take effect on the day on which their making is notified in the Gazette.
In these regulations Act means the Long Service Leave Act 1976 ;Registrar means the Registrar of the Commission appointed under the Industrial Relations Act 1984 .
(1) For the purpose of hearing and determining a dispute under section 13(2) of the Act, a Commissioner, by notice in writing, may require any person to attend the hearing.(2) A notice is to (3) The Commissioner may require any person to appear and give evidence at the hearing of a dispute.(4) A person must attend the hearing of a dispute if required to do so.Penalty: Fine not exceeding 0.4 penalty units.(5) The Commissioner, on hearing a dispute (6) The Commissioner is to cause a copy of the determination of the dispute to be forwarded to each party to the dispute as soon as practicable after making the determination.
(1) An appeal under section 14 of the Act is to (2) The Secretary is a party to an appeal.(3) A Full Bench, on hearing an appeal (a) may adjourn the hearing as it considers appropriate; and(b) may inform itself on any relevant matters in a manner it considers appropriate; and(c) is to proceed without undue formality; and(d) is not bound by the rules of evidence; and(e) is to have regard to any reason given by the Secretary or Commissioner for making the decision or determination in respect of which the appeal is made.
(1) An application to a magistrate under section 15 of the Act is to (2) A clerk of petty sessions is to notify the parties to an application of the time and place at which the application will be heard and determined.(3) A magistrate, at the request of a party to an application, may summon witnesses to give evidence at the hearing of the application.(4) A magistrate is to cause a copy of the determination of an application to be forwarded to each party to the application as soon as practicable after making the determination.
(1) For the purpose of section 18 of the Act, a long service leave record is to be (a) in writing; and(b) in accordance with Form 1 in Schedule 1 .(2) An employer (3) An employee, at any reasonable time, may inspect the record that relates to his or her entitlement to long service leave.
Displayed and numbered in accordance with the Rules Publication Act 1953.
Notified in the Gazette on 19 April 2017
These regulations are administered in the Department of Justice.