(1) An officer may demand that a person surrender an Australian travel document to the officer if the officer suspects on reasonable grounds that the person owes money to the Commonwealth in respect of:
(a) expenses incurred by the Commonwealth on behalf of the person in a foreign country; or
(b) money lent to the person by the Commonwealth when the person was outside Australia; or
(c) expenses incurred by the Commonwealth in, or in connection with, effecting the person's departure from a foreign country.
(2) A person commits an offence if:
(a) an officer demands under subsection (1) that the person surrender the person's Australian travel document; and
(b) the officer informs the person that the officer is authorised to make the demand; and
(c) the officer informs the person that it may be an offence not to comply with the demand; and
(d) the person has possession or control of the document; and
(e) the person fails to surrender the document to the officer immediately.
Penalty: Imprisonment for 1 year or 20 penalty units, or both.