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    Vinh Nguyen

    Can CDR team confirm the scope of the amendment of consent that is slated to begin on 1 July '21. There is currently a consultation  on amendment of consent (https://github.com/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/standards/issues/144) still pending with feedback due on 22nd Jan '21. Please help to provide clarity on the requirements for both ADR & DH, particularly from a CDR-CX stream, given the decision proposal 144 has yet to be finalized.

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    Hi Vinh Nguyen,

    Please find a response to your questions:

    The new rules on amendment of consent were made on 22 December 2020.  The amending instrument (https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/F2020L01688) sets out the scope of the new rules.  In particular, the ability for an accredited person to invite a consumer to amend a consent commences from 1 July 2021, as set out in Rule 4.12B(5).  

    As discussed on the most recent Implementation Call, the new rules set out in the amending instrument will also be published as part of a consolidated version of the Rules.  We expect this to be published in the week commencing 18 January, and will also notify stakeholders of this via the CDR newsletter.


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