(cf Gen Act, s 179(10B)-(10D) and (12))
(1) An authorised officer or prosecutor to whom a relevant nomination document is supplied for the purpose of section 185 or 186 may, by written notice served on the nomination information provider, require the provider to do one or both of the following--(a) provide such relevant identity information that is in the provider's power to provide (including, if so required, by means of a written statement signed by the provider), as may be specified in the notice, within the period specified in the notice,(b) appear before the authorised officer or prosecutor at a specified time and place and provide (either orally or in writing) such relevant identity information that is in the provider's power to provide as may be specified in the notice.
(2) The period or time specified in a notice under subsection (1) for information to be provided, or an appearance to be made, must be no earlier than 7 days after the date of service of the notice.
(3) A person served with a notice under subsection (1) must not, without lawful or reasonable excuse, refuse or fail to comply with the notice.: Maximum penalty--20 penalty units.
(4) In this section--
"nomination information provider" , in relation to a relevant nomination document, means--(a) in the case of a document supplied by a responsible person for the vehicle concerned who is a natural person--the person who supplies the document, or(b) in the case of a document supplied by a responsible person for the vehicle concerned that is a corporation--a person who prepares or supplies the document on behalf of the corporation, or(c) in the case of a document supplied by a natural person nominating themselves as the person in charge of the vehicle concerned--the person who supplies the document.
"relevant identity information" means any information that may assist in confirming or establishing the identity of the person driving or in charge of a vehicle when a designated offence to which a relevant nomination document relates was committed.