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THERAPEUTIC GOODS ACT 1989 - SECT 6AAE

Consequences of State law conferring duty, function or power on Commonwealth officer or Commonwealth authority

             (1)  If a corresponding State law confers on a Commonwealth officer or Commonwealth authority:

                     (a)  the function of including goods in the Register; or

                     (b)  the power to include goods in the Register;

the officer or authority may include the goods in the Register in accordance with the corresponding State law.

             (2)  If a corresponding State law authorises or requires a Commonwealth officer or Commonwealth authority to cancel the inclusion of goods in the Register, the officer or authority may cancel the inclusion of the goods in the Register in accordance with the corresponding State law.

             (3)  The inclusion of goods in the Register under subsection (1) does not subject any person to any liability whatever under this Act, except a liability under Part 6-1.

             (4)  A Commonwealth officer or Commonwealth authority may make any notations in the Register that the officer or authority considers necessary to identify entries that relate to goods included in the Register under subsection (1).

             (5)  Goods may be included in the Register under subsection (1) even though the same goods have already been included in the Register under another provision of this Act.

             (6)  A reference in this section to the inclusion of goods in the Register is a reference to the inclusion of the goods:

                     (a)  in the part of the Register for goods known as registered goods; or

                     (b)  in the part of the Register for goods known as listed goods; or

                   (ba)  in the part of the Register for biologicals included under Part 3-2A; or

                     (c)  in the part of the Register for medical devices included under Chapter 4.



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