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List of applications and licences for Dealings NOT involving an Intentional Release (DNIR) of a GMO into the environment



What is a Dealing NOT involving Intentional release (DNIR) of a GMO into the environment?

The Gene Technology Regulator has 90 working days in which to make a decision to either issue, or refuse to issue, a licence for the dealings proposed in a DNIR application. This period does not include weekends or public holidays in the Australian Capital Territory. Also, this period does not include any days in which the Regulator is seeking further information from the applicant in relation to the application.

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