The Anti-Dumping Review Panel reviews, upon application, certain decisions made by the Minister or by the Commissioner of the Anti-Dumping Commission.
If you disagree with a decision of the Minister or the Commissioner of the Anti-Dumping Commission, you may be able to apply for a review of that decision to the Anti-Dumping Review Panel.
At the conclusion of a review, the Review Panel will make a decision to either affirm or revoke a decision of the Commissioner, or a recommendation to the Minister that the Minister either affirm or set aside and substitute their decision with a new decision.
There are two types of decisions the Review Panel reviews:
See applying for a review for more information, including a list of the types of decisions that the Review Panel can review and the application forms you must use.
The Anti-Dumping Review Panel consists of:
The Review Panel is established by Division 8 of Part XVB of the Customs Act 1901. Division 9 of Part XVB describes the Panel’s procedure.
The following legislation may also be relevant to the Review Panel:
Last updated: 22 July 2021
Content ID: 63603