Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth)
Withdrawal of collective bargaining notice
Withdrawal by corporation
(1) A corporation may, by written notice given to the Commission, withdraw a collective bargaining notice it has given the Commission.
(2) The corporation may do so at any time before the Commission gives it an objection notice in relation to the collective bargaining notice.
(a) a corporation gives the Commission a collective bargaining notice in relation to a contract or proposed contract; and
(b) before or after the corporation gave the notice, it applies to the Commission for an authorisation for that contract or proposed contract; and
(c) the Commission makes a determination either dismissing the application or granting an authorisation in respect of the application; and
(i) the Tribunal makes a determination on an application for a review of the Commission’s determination; or
(ii) the time for making such an application for review ends without the making of an application;
then the collective bargaining notice is taken to be withdrawn.