7.1.3 Participating lone institutions

Summary

For the purposes of the Scheme, a participating lone institution is an institution (either incorporated or unincorporated) that is participating in the Scheme.

An institution that is a lone institution is:

  • a non-government institution, and
  • not a member of a participating group, and
  • not defunct.

Lone institutions that are incorporated, may choose to appoint a representative who is declared by the Minister for Social Services. An unincorporated lone institution must have a representative declared by the Minister.

If a lone institution has a representative, the representative can receive all notices under the Scheme on behalf of the lone institution.

Act reference: NRSAct Part 5-1 Participating institutions, section 124 What is a participating lone institution?, section 125 Representatives for participating lone institutions, section 126 Becoming the representative for an unincorporated lone institution, section 127 Becoming the representative for an incorporated lone institution

NRS Rules Part 12 Participating institutions and participating groups

Policy reference: Redress Guide 7.1.1 Ministerial declarations, 7.1 Participating institutions

Last reviewed: 13 August 2018