Excise Act 1901

Part XA - PENALTY INSTEAD OF PROSECUTION  

SECTION 129C   MATTERS TO BE INCLUDED IN AN INFRINGEMENT NOTICE  

129C(1)  
An infringement notice must:


(a) state the day on which it is issued; and


(b) give brief details of the offence that the person is alleged to have committed, including the day on which the offence was committed and where the offence happened; and


(c) state the name of the person to whom it is issued; and


(d) state that the penalty payable under the notice is 20 penalty units; and


(e) contain the additional information required by subsection (2).

Note: See section 4AA of the Crimes Act 1914 for the current value of a penalty unit.

129C(2)  
The notice must tell the person to whom it is issued that:


(a) the person may pay the penalty stated in the notice:


(i) by posting or delivering the payment to the place of payment stated in the notice; or

(ii) in any other way stated in the notice; and


(b) if the person pays the penalty within 28 days after the day on which the notice is issued, or any longer time allowed in writing by the CEO, the person will not be liable to prosecution in court for the offence, unless the notice is withdrawn.




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