Apply for Review

Who may apply for a review of decisions of the Minister?

An 'interested party' may apply for review of certain decisions of the Minister. An ‘interested party’ is defined in s.269ZX Customs Act 1901. The following parties are defined as an 'interested party':
    • The applicant who applied for review to the Anti-Dumping Commission (ADC) that led to the reviewable decision;
    • A person representing the industry, or a portion of the industry, which produces the goods which are the subject of the reviewable decision;
    • A person who is likely to be directly concerned with the importation or exportation to Australia of the goods subject to the reviewable decision or like goods;
    • A person that has been or likely to be directly concerned with the production or manufacture of the goods subject to the reviewable decision or like goods;
    • A trade organisation, the majority of whose members are, or are likely to be, directly concerned with the production or manufacture of the goods or like goods, or the import or export of the goods or like goods to Australia;
    • The government of the country of export or origin of the goods the subject of the reviewable decision.

An application for a review of a decision of the Minister must be received by the ADRP within 30 days after the public notice of the reviewable decision was first published.

Who may apply for a review of decisions of the Commissioner of the Anti-Dumping Commission?

The party which lodged the relevant application to the ADC for the publication of a dumping duty notice or a countervailing notice, or for an assessment of duty, may seek a review of a decision of the Commissioner.
An application for a review of a decision of the Commissioner must be made within 30 days after the party has been notified of the decision.
 
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