SUPERANNUATION (GOVERNMENT CO-CONTRIBUTION FOR LOW INCOME EARNERS) ACT 2003

PART 6 - ENFORCEMENT  

Division 2 - Infringement notices  

SECTION 33   WHEN AN INFRINGEMENT NOTICE CAN BE SERVED  

33(1)   [Offences]  

Subject to subsection (2), the Commissioner may cause an infringement notice to be served on a superannuation provider in accordance with this Division if the Commissioner has reasonable grounds to believe that the superannuation provider has committed an offence against:


(a) subsection 16(3) ; or


(b) subsection 20(3) .


(c) (Repealed by No 9 of 2007)


(d) (Repealed by No 9 of 2007)


(e) (Repealed by No 9 of 2007)


(f) (Repealed by No 9 of 2007)

33(2)   [More than one offence]  

An infringement notice must not relate to more than one offence unless:


(a) the offences are:


(i) an offence constituted by refusing or failing to comply with a requirement before a specified time or within a specified period; and

(ii) one or more daily offences constituted by refusing or failing to comply with the requirement after that time or period; or


(b) the offences are 2 or more daily offences constituted by refusing or failing to comply with the same requirement after the time before which, or the end of the period within which, the requirement was to be complied with.

Note:

For daily offences, see section 4K of the Crimes Act 1914 .

33(3)   [Timing]  

An infringement notice does not have any effect unless it is served within one year after the day on which the offence or the earlier or earliest of the offences is alleged to have been committed.




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