(1) A person delivering an unsolicited document to any premises must not deposit the document in any place on the premises unless the person places the document securely
(a) in a receptacle, slot or other place that is used for the deposit of mail at the premises; or
(b) in a receptacle or slot that is used for the deposit of newspapers at the premises; or
(c) under the door of the premises; or
(d) in a place that is in a building and is suitable for the deposit of the document.
Penalty:Fine not exceeding 20 penalty units.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to
(a) any newspaper, or any material folded or inserted into a newspaper; or
(b) any document issued or distributed under, in accordance with, or for the purposes of, any Act of Tasmania or the Commonwealth; or
(c) any document that is given personally to a person at the premises; or
(d) any document that is of such a size, shape or volume that it is not possible or appropriate for it to be deposited in accordance with subsection (1).