Corporations Regulations 2001
[ CCH Note: Pursuant to the Corporations Amendment Regulations 2001 (No 4) (SR 2001 No 319) effective 11 March 2002, Chapter 7 (Securities) comprising reg 7.1.01 - 7.15.01 and Chapter 8 (The futures industry) comprising reg 8.1.01 - 8.7.03 are replaced by a new Chapter 7 (Financial services and markets) comprising reg 7.1.01 - 7.12.01. As the subject matter of the new Chapter 7 relates to the new financial services reform regime, " inserted " has been used in the history notes for each provision, and all references to the former provisions have been removed.]
If ASIC has reasonable grounds to believe that a person has contravened a rule, ASIC may give the person an infringement notice in relation to the alleged contravention. 7.5A.104(2)
ASIC may give a person an infringement notice that is in relation to more than one alleged contravention of a rule. 7.5A.104(3)
If ASIC withdraws an infringement notice given to a person in relation to the alleged contravention of a rule, ASIC may give the person a new infringement notice in relation to the alleged contravention.
Example: An infringement notice given to a person in relation to an alleged contravention of a rule may be withdrawn, and a new infringement notice given to the person in relation to that alleged contravention, if the original infringement notice contained an error.
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