Regulations 2007 No.13 of 2007 Motor Accidents (Compensation) Rates of Benefit Amendment Regulations
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Motor Accident (Compensation) Rates o f Benefit Amendment Regulations 2007 1. Citation These Regulations may be cited as the Motor Accident (Compensation) Rates o f Benefit Amendment Regulations 2007. 2. Regulations amended These Regulations amend the Motor Accident (Compensation) Rates of Benefit Regulations. 3. Repeal and substitution of regulations 1,2,3A and 4A Regulations 1, 2, 3A and 4A repeal, substitute 1. Citation These regulations may be cited as the Motor Accident (Compensation) Regulations. 2. Commencement These regulations come into operation on 1 July 2007. 3. Definitions In these regulations: "CPI" means the All Groups Consumer Price Index, being the weighted average of the 8 capital cities, published by the Australian Statistician; "(indexed)" indicates that the sum of money to which it relates is to be adjusted to reflect changes in the CPI between 1 July 2007 and 1 July in the financial year in which the relevant motor accident occurred. 4. Guides to the evaluation of permanent impairment The most recent edition of the American Medical Association Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment must be available for inspection (in the form of a physical copy or on computer), during ordinary business hours, at the Board's office in Darwin. 5. Commutation of compensation for loss of earning capacity (1) The Board may commute a liability to pay compensation for loss of earning capacity. 2
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