Regulations 2007 No.11 of 2007 Victims of Crime Assistance Regulations
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NORTHERN TERRITORY OF AUSTRALIA VICTIMS OF CRIME ASSISTANCE REGULATIONS Subordinate Legislation No. [ M] of 2007 TABLE OF PROVISIONS Regulation PART 1 - PRELIMINARY MATTERS 1. Citation 2. Commencement PART 2 - INTERPRETATION 3. Definitions 4. Violent acts - sexual offences 5. Domestic violence injuries 6. Pattern of abuse 7. Factor of aggravation PART 3 - APPLICATIONS FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE 8. General information required 9. Information required for application for immediate payment 10. Information required for application for award 11. Amendment of application and lodgment of further information 12. Costs of giving information or documents 13. Application relating to injury suffered in course of employment PART 4 - COMPENSABLE VIOLENT ACTS AND INJURIES AND STANDARD AMOUNTS 14. Compensable violent acts and standard amounts 15. Psychological and psychiatric disorders 16. Compensable injuries and standard amounts PART 5 - AWARDS OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE 17. Compensable violent acts 18. Awards for multiple compensable injuries 19. Reduction of standard amount because of existing condition 20. Assessment of financial assistance in certain circumstances
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