Later access to record or document
(1) The permit holder may, by written notice, require the occupier of the other premises to produce, or provide access to, a record or document that is directly relevant to the suspected contravention on a later day or days specified in the notice.
(2) However, an occupier is not required under subsection (1) to produce, or provide access to, a record or document if to do so would contravene a law of the Commonwealth or a law of a State or Territory.
Other rules relating to notices
(3) The day or days specified in the notice must not be earlier than 14 days after the notice is given.
(4) The notice may be given:
(a) while the permit holder is on the other premises; or
(b) within 5 days after the entry.
Occupier must not contravene requirement
(5) An occupier must not contravene a requirement under subsection (1).
Note: This subsection is a civil remedy provision (see Part 4-1).
Where record or document may be inspected or copied
(6) The permit holder may inspect, and make copies of, the record or document at:
(a) the other premises; or
(b) if another place is agreed upon by the permit holder and the occupier--that other place.
Note 1: The use or disclosure of information or documents obtained under this section is strictly controlled (see section 504).
Note 2: The use or disclosure of personal information obtained under this section is regulated under the Privacy Act 1988.