(1) The Secretary must revoke a suspension under section 29D, by written notice given to the person in relation to whom the therapeutic goods are included in the Register, if the Secretary is satisfied that:
(a) the ground on which the registration or listing of the therapeutic goods was suspended no longer applies; and
(b) there are no other grounds for suspending the registration or listing of the therapeutic goods.
(2) The Secretary's power to revoke the suspension may be exercised:
(a) if the person in relation to whom the therapeutic goods are included in the Register applies in writing to the Secretary; or
(b) on the Secretary's own initiative.
(3) As soon as practicable after giving a notice under subsection (1), the Secretary must cause to be published in the Gazette or on the Department's website a notice setting out particulars of the revocation.
Notice of refusal to revoke suspension
(4) If the Secretary decides, after an application is made under paragraph (2)(a), not to revoke the suspension, the Secretary must:
(a) notify the applicant in writing of his or her decision; and
(b) state in the notice the reasons for the decision.