A gradient grant is a non-refundable payment made by the State or local government to a resident or group of residents on behalf of a qualified person.
Who is a qualified person.
A qualified person is:
a person holding a current qualifying permit (as defined in Schedule 4 of the Road Traffic Act 1990, or, where a permit has already come into force for the area, a qualifying permit under an amendment under section 7 of the Road Traffic Act 1989)
a person who has previously held the necessary qualifications to do so and who:
for a period of two weeks immediately preceding the first application to undertake the undertaking or, if no such period is stated in the first application, for a period of two weeks immediately preceding the last such application to undertake the undertaking, had applied for the necessary qualifications before the commencement of this Act
any person who is a qualified owner of land or an eligible person in respect of land who holds a permit to undertake the undertaking
a qualified landowner or eligible landowner by or on behalf of whom an undertaking by the State or local government has been granted under section 11 or 13
a qualified person who is an employee of NSW Local Government
a person who:
has completed an educational programme (other than:
is not a person who:
is in receipt of an education pension under the Education Legislation Amendment (Private Schools) Act 1989 or the Education Legislation Amendment, Amendment and Protection Act 2004
is a person born on or after 7 January 1985
is a person holding a valid education pension and has not been granted or continued an education pension or educational education scheme
expired without leave within one year of expiry and is not eligible for the Education Pension (Expired Period) Offering
has previously attended a qualifying course and has completed any programme of study approved for a qualifying course held on or after the commencement of this Act but prior to the commencement of the Education Legislation Amendment Act 2004
is a person who has previously applied for an education loan that has been deferred due to financial hardship
is a person whose only qualification for undertaking a qualified undertaking is their being aged 18 years or over; and,
is not an employee of NSW Local Government or an employee of the NSW Local Government in an official capacity, such as in the office of a board member, principal, manager or general manager.
A person who is an employee of either of these entities is a qualified person in
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