(1) If a certificate has been given in respect of matter under section 36, 37, 42 or 42A, the commissioner may, on the application of an applicant for review, consider the grounds on which the certificate was given.
(2) If, after considering the matter, the commissioner is satisfied that there were no reasonable grounds for the issue of the certificate, the commissioner must—
(a) make a written decision to that effect; and
(b) include in the decision the reasons for the decision.
(3) A certificate the subject of a decision under subsection (2) ceases to have effect at the end of 28 days after the decision was made unless, before that time, the Minister notifies the commissioner in writing that the certificate is confirmed.
(4) The Minister must cause a copy of a notice given under subsection (3) to be—
(a) tabled in the Legislative Assembly within 5 sitting days after it was given; and
(b) given to the applicant.
(5) A notice under subsection (3) must specify the reasons for the decision to confirm the certificate.
(6) If the Minister withdraws a certificate the subject of a decision under subsection (2) before the end of the period of 28 days mentioned in subsection (3), the Minister must, as soon as practicable, notify the commissioner and each participant.