100 Intervention by Attorney-General

(1) The Attorney-General may, on behalf of the State, intervene in a proceeding before a court arising out of the performance of the functions of the commissioner under this Act.

(2) If the Attorney-General intervenes—

(a) the court may make such order as to costs against the State as the court considers appropriate; and

(b) the Attorney-General becomes a party to the proceeding.