4 New preliminary assessment notice
(1) If the agency or Minister makes a decision mentioned in section 3(3)(a), other than a decision that no charges are payable, the agency or Minister must give the applicant a new preliminary assessment notice that also states the following—
(a) the new original deposit, if any;
(b) that the application will be taken to have been withdrawn unless, within the period of 30 days, or the further period the agency or Minister allows, after the new notice is given—
(A) if a new original deposit is stated in the notice—the applicant pays the new original deposit and agrees in writing to pay the new original charge; or
(B) if a new original deposit is not stated in the notice—the applicant agrees in writing to pay the new original charge; or
(ii) the applicant applies for a review under part 5 of the Act of the new preliminary assessment notice;
(c) the applicant may not give the agency or Minister a further objection notice and is not entitled to a review under section 52 of the Act of the new preliminary assessment notice.
(2) If the applicant fails to comply with subsection (1)(b)(i) or (ii) within the period or further period mentioned in subsection (1)(b), the applicant is taken to have withdrawn the application.