Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth)
Duration and effect of declaration
(1) Subject to this section, a declaration begins to operate at a time specified in the declaration. The time cannot be earlier than 21 days after the declaration is published.
(a) an application for review of a declaration is made within 21 days after the day the declaration is published; and
(b) the Tribunal makes an order under section 44KA staying the operation of the declaration;
the declaration does not begin to operate until the order is no longer of effect under subsection 44KA(6) or the Tribunal makes a decision on the review to affirm the declaration, whichever is the earlier.
(3) A declaration continues in operation until its expiry date, unless it is earlier revoked.
(4) The expiry or revocation of a declaration does not affect:
(a) the arbitration of an access dispute that was notified before the expiry or revocation; or
(b) the operation or enforcement of any determination made in the arbitration of an access dispute that was notified before the expiry or revocation.