(1) A biosecurity officer, human biosecurity officer, or chief human biosecurity officer, may give a direction for managing specified human remains if:
(a) the officer is satisfied that those remains are likely to be infected with a listed human disease (whether the remains were brought into Australian territory as mentioned in section 110, or were already in Australian territory); or
(b) a person did not comply with a requirement specified under subsection 110(2) in relation to those remains.
(2) The officer must give a written direction to the person who is responsible for the human remains.
Note: See also section 572 (general provisions relating to directions).
Civil penalty provision
(3) A person to whom a direction is given under this section must comply with the direction.
Civil penalty: 30 penalty units.