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Summons for oral examination

    (1)     An infringements registrar may issue a summons for a person to attend before the infringements registrar for oral examination if the infringements registrar has not been provided with sufficient information regarding the financial circumstances of the person to make—

        (a)     a payment order; or

        (b)     an attachment of earnings order; or

        (c)     an attachment of debts order.


See Part 13 for service requirements.

    (2)     A summons under subsection (1) must—

        (a)     be in writing; and

        (b)     state the time, date and place of the oral examination; and

S. 120(2)(c) amended by No. 32/2006 s. 39(2).

        (c)     contain a statement that a warrant for arrest may be issued against the person under the Magistrates' Court Act 1989 for failure to comply; and

        (d)     require the person to provide to the infringements registrar, on or before the day of the oral examination, a written statement containing prescribed details setting out the financial circumstances of the person; and

        (e)     contain any other prescribed details.

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