Regulations 2007 No.11 of 2007 Victims of Crime Assistance Regulations
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Victims of Crime Assistance Regulations PART 8 - ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS 27. Supply and lodgment of documents (1) The CVSU must supply approved forms free of charge. (2) No fee is payable for the lodgment of an application or document at an office of the CVSU or with a person acting for the CVSU. 28. Approved examiners For section 35 of the Act, the Director may approve: (a) a medical practitioner, psychologist or psychiatrist to conduct examinations and make reports; and (b) approve other persons to conduct examinations of, and make reports about, victims who may have a recognisable psychological or psychiatric disorder. 29. Assessor may require examination by approved examiner If: (a) a report mentioned in regulation 10(2)(b) is made by a person who is not an approved examiner; and (b) the assessor considers the report does not give sufficient information about the eligible victim's condition; the assessor may, under section 35 of the Act, require the victim to undergo an examination by an approved examiner. 13