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INDEPENDENT BROAD-BASED ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION ACT 2011 - SECT 67 Complaints or notifications to the IBAC that do not warrant investigation
INDEPENDENT BROAD-BASED ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION ACT 2011 - SECT 67
Complaints or notifications to the IBAC that do not warrant investigation
(b) the complaint or notification is frivolous or vexatious; or
(c) the complaint or notification lacks substance or credibility; or
(d) the matter has already been the subject of a complaint or notification which has been investigated or otherwise dealt with; or
(e) the complaint or notification relates to conduct that occurred at too remote a time to justify investigation; or
(f) the complaint or notification was not made genuinely or was made primarily for a mischievous purpose; or
(g) in all of the circumstances, the conduct does not warrant investigation.
(3) If a person who makes a complaint, other than a complaint referred to in section 65, has delayed making the complaint by more than a year after becoming aware of the conduct which is the subject of the complaint, the IBAC—
(a) may require the person to give an explanation for the delay; and
(b) if not satisfied with the explanation, in its absolute discretion, may decide not to investigate thecomplaint.
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S. 68 inserted by No. 28/2012 s. 18, amended by No. 85/2012 s. 95 (ILA s. 39B(1)), amended by No. 85/2012 s. 95(2).