A Registered Aboriginal Party (RAP) can be suspended if they fail to:
- consider or advise on applications for cultural heritage permits
- evaluate cultural heritage management plans
- perform a cultural heritage agreement
RAPs can also be suspended if they're:
- no longer a body corporate registered under the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006
- placed under Special
- enter liquidation
A RAP will receive 28 days' notice if Council plans to suspend its registration.
You can appeal the suspension of your RAP to the Victorian Civil and Administrative.
Reviewed 14 October 2018