Higher Education Support Act 2003

Chapter 5 - Administration  


Division 2 - Obligations when a provider defaults in relation to a student  

SECTION 166-40   Other tuition protection information must be provided  

This section applies to a higher education provider if:

(a)  the *Higher Education Tuition Protection Director believes on reasonable grounds that the provider has information relevant to the Director ' s functions under this Act; and

(b)  the Director, by written notice given to the provider, requests the provider to give the Director the information:

(i) within the period (not shorter than 14 days after the notice is given) specified in the notice; and

(ii) in the manner specified in the notice.

The provider must comply with the notice within the period specified in the notice. Civil penalty

A higher education provider is liable to a civil penalty if the provider contravenes subsection (2).

Civil penalty: 60 penalty units.


A higher education provider commits an offence of strict liability if the provider contravenes subsection (2).

Penalty: 60 penalty units.

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