A person aggrieved by a decision about the registration of an ILUA, may apply to the Federal Court for a review of that decision.
A ‘person aggrieved by a decision’ includes a person whose interests are adversely affected by the decision.
An aggrieved person may request a written statement of reasons for that decision.
A request for a statement of reasons to the Registrar must:
- be in writing (email is acceptable);
- be made on or before the 28th day after written notice of the decision was given to the aggrieved person;
- be made within a reasonable time after the decision was made, if the aggrieved person was not notified of the decision.
You should seek legal advice if you decide you want to appeal the decision.