NSW Electoral Commission decisions
If the NSW Electoral Commission makes any of the following decisions, it must give notice to the lobbyist and reasons for the decision:
a decision to refuse to register a third-party lobbyist
a decision to cancel or suspend the registration of a third-party lobbyist
the determination by the NSW Electoral Commission to not register a third-party lobbyist for a specified period of time because the third-party lobbyist has carried out on the business of lobbying while unregistered
a decision to place the name of a third-party or other lobbyist on the watchlist.
The NSW Electoral Commission is required to publish notice of, and the reasons for, a decision unless satisfied that there is an overriding public interest against the disclosure of the information (within the meaning of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009).