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(14) Is the ACT Government Solicitor, acting on behalf of ACTPLA, currently seeking to recover from the lessees legal costs in part referable to the Supreme Court hearing on this matter;
(15) Is pursuing the lessees for the legal costs incurred in the making of the order justified in light of the failure of ACTPLA to advise the lessees and the courts as to the validity/invalidity of the planning re-approval granted on 29 July 1998 under section 230 or 245 of the Land Act and the failure to timely grant an extension of time without a validly approved plan under the Land Act to enforce an invalid section 256 order.
Mr Barr: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
The response to parts (1) - (8), (10) - (13) and (15) of the question is to refer the member to the decision of Crispin J, The Gerondals V Minister for Planning -SCA 46 of 2003, a copy of which is provided at Attachment A.
(9) Will the Minister supply a certified true copy of plan 983370/A re-approved pursuant to section 230 or 245 of the Land Act granted on 29 July 1998;
No. The Minister does not certify true copies of documents and therefore a certified true copy is not available.
(14) Is the ACT Government Solicitor, acting on behalf of ACTPLA, currently seeking to recover from the lessee's legal costs in part referable to the Supreme Court hearing on this matter;
See response to Question on Notice No. 1677, part (12).
(A copy of the attachment is available at the Chamber Support Office).
(Question No 1710)
Mr Smyth asked the Minister for Business and Economic Development, upon notice, on 27 September 2007:
What funds were (a) allocated to the Knowledge Fund in each year from its inception to the year in which the Fund was discontinued and (b) allocated from the Knowledge Fund in each year following its inception and (c) rolled over from the Knowledge Fund in each year since its inception.
Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) The Knowledge Fund commenced in 2002 and ceased in 2006.