4. Application for registration
(1) An application for registration as an industrial agent is to be made to the Registrar in an approved form and is to specify ¾
(a) the full name and business address of the applicant and, if the applicant is not a natural person, the full name, business address and position occupied by each of the officers of the body that is making the application; and
(b) details of the criminal record, if any, of the applicant for the 10 years prior to the making of the application and, if the applicant is not a natural person, of any of the officers of the body that is making the application.
(2) The application is to be accompanied by ¾
(a) an application fee of $85;
(b) evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the applicant ¾
(i) has, or will have if registration is granted, professional indemnity insurance for not less than $100 000; or
(ii) has sufficient moneys or other financial resources, or other sufficient material resources in the form of real or personal property, to provide professional indemnity;
(c) a statutory declaration by the applicant or, where the applicant is a firm or a body corporate, by the person who is to be in bona fide control of the business carried on under the registration ¾
(i) verifying the particulars contained in the application;
(ii) if the application includes details referred to in subregulation (1)(b), detailing the grounds on which the applicant believes that, having regard to the conduct required under the code of conduct, the convictions are of a kind that do not relate to whether or not the applicant is a fit and proper person to be registered as an industrial agent; and
(iii) declaring that the applicant will comply with the code of conduct.
(3) The applicant ¾
(a) within 2 working days of making an application, is to publish notice of the application in the public notices section of }The West Australian~ newspaper; and
(b) is to give the Registrar a copy of the notice within one working day of its publication.
(4) The notice referred to in subregulation (3)(a) is to specify the name and address of the applicant and the time within which, and place at which, an objection to the granting of the application may be made.