Regulations 2007 No.11 of 2007 Victims of Crime Assistance Regulations
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Victims of Crime Assistance Regulations for example, a statement by the applicant's employer or the applicant's payslips or business records; (b) if the application is for financial assistance for a compensable injury for a category 1 or 2 psychological or psychiatric disorder - a written report about the applicant's condition. Note for regulation 10 Under regulation 29, the assessor may require the victim to undergo an examination by an approved examiner. 11. Amendment of application and lodgment of further information (1) On receiving an application for an award, the Director may require the applicant to amend it so that it complies with the Act and these Regulations. (2) After accepting an application for an award, the Director must accept further relevant information or documents given by the applicant. 12. Costs of giving information or documents The reasonable expenses of a person in giving information or documents required under section 36(2) or (4) of the Act are payable by the Territory. 13. Application relating to injury suffered in course of employment (1) This regulation applies in relation to an application for an immediate payment or award if: (a) the person who suffered the injury described in the application (the "injured person") has made a claim for compensation under the Work Health Act for the same (or substantially the same) injury; and (b) the injured person has been notified under that Act of the employer's decision to dispute liability for compensation claimed; and (c) the injured person has referred the dispute to mediation or started a proceeding for a determination (including an interim determination) of the claim; and (d) at the time the application is considered by the Director or assessor, the injured person's entitlement to compensation has not been determined. (2) For section 18 of the Act, the Director or assessor must presume the injured person is not entitled to compensation under the Work Health Act for the injury and decide the application accordingly.
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