(1) This section applies to a recovery order that authorises or directs a person or persons to take action as described in paragraph 67Q(b), (c) or (d).
(2) A person must not prevent or hinder the taking of the action by the person or persons authorised or directed to take the action.
(3) If a court having jurisdiction under this Part is satisfied that a person has intentionally, and without reasonable excuse, contravened subsection (2), the court may:
(a) order the person to pay a fine not exceeding 10 penalty units; or
(b) order the person to enter into a recognizance (with or without surety or security) on conditions specified by the court; or
(c) order the person to be imprisoned until he or she enters into a recognizance (with or without surety or security) on conditions specified by the court, or until the person has been imprisoned for 3 months, whichever happens first.
Note: For the value of a penalty unit, see subsection 4AA(1) of the Crimes Act 1914 .
(4) A court that makes an order under subsection (3) may make such other orders as it considers necessary to ensure the person does not again contravene subsection (2).