“(1) If an exempt religious body changes its name or any of its beliefs or objects, it must immediately give the Registrar-General notice in writing, signed in the manner required by section 32B(2)(a),—
“(2) If the Registrar-General is satisfied that an exempt religious body has changed its name, the Registrar must notify the change by notice in the Gazette specifying that body's former and new names.
“(3) Subsection (4) applies if the Registrar-General—
“(4) If subsection (3) applies, the Registrar-General must recommend to the Minister either—
“(5) The Registrar-General must not recommend, under subsection (4), that an organisation should continue to be an exempt religious body unless the Registrar-General is satisfied that the objects and beliefs of the body continue to be inconsistent with the provisions of this Part relating to the solemnisation of marriages in the presence of a marriage celebrant.
“(6) The Minister may exercise the power conferred by subsection (7) if, at any time, the Minister—
“(a) becomes satisfied that, in the light of information not available to the Minister or Registrar-General (as the case may be) when an exempt religious body was granted an exemption, or as a consequence of a change in the circumstances of an exempt religious body, that the body should not continue to be an exempt religious body; or
“(7) If subsection (6) applies, the Minister may, by notice in the Gazette, cancel the exemption of the religious body referred to in subsection (6), and on the date of the publication of that notice that body ceases to be an exempt religious body.