Customs Act 1901

PART XII - OFFICERS  

Division 2 - Protection to Officers  

SECTION 224   224   OFFICER MAY TENDER AMENDS  


It shall be lawful for any officer to whom notice of proceeding shall have been given at any time within one month after such notice to tender amends to the plaintiff, or to the plaintiff ' s attorney or agent, and in case such amends be not accepted to plead such tender in defence either alone or with other defences and if the amends tendered shall be found to have been sufficient no costs shall be recovered against an officer and he or she shall be entitled to costs if he or she shall have brought the amount into court when entering his or her defence.

 

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