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    (1)     The Governor in Council may make regulations for or with respect to—

S. 168(1)(a) repealed by No. 47/2014 s. 244.

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        (b)     prescribing forms of infringement notices, including short forms of infringement notices and the circumstances in which various forms of infringement notice may be used; and

        (c)     prescribing processes, systems, the conduct of and other matters relating to, the internal review by enforcement agencies of the issuing and enforcement of infringement notices; and

        (d)     prescribing forms, including composite forms; and

        (e)     prescribing information required under this Act; and

S. 168
(1)(ea)–(ec) inserted by No. 29/2016 s. 82, repealed by No. 29/2016 s. 95.

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S. 168(1)(f)–(i) repealed by No. 47/2014 s. 244.

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S. 168(1)(j) amended by No. 32/2006 s. 52, repealed by No. 47/2014 s. 244.

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S. 168(1)(k)(l) repealed by No. 47/2014 s. 244.

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        (m)     other fees, costs and charges under this Act; and

S. 168(1)(n)(o) repealed by No. 47/2014 s. 244.

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        (p)     generally prescribing any other matter or thing required or permitted by this Act to be prescribed or necessary to be prescribed to give effect to this Act.

    (2)     A power conferred by subsection (1) to make regulations providing for the imposition of fees may be exercised by providing for all or any of the following matters—

        (a)     specific fees;

        (b)     maximum fees;

        (c)     minimum fees;

        (d)     fees that vary according to value or time;

        (e)     the manner of payment of fees;

        (f)     the time or times at which fees are to be paid.

    (3)     Regulations made under this Act may—

S. 168(3)(a) repealed by No. 47/2014 s. 244.

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        (b)     be of limited or general application; and

        (c)     leave any matter or thing to be decided by a specified person or class of person; and

        (d)     provide for the exemption of persons or proceedings or a class of persons or proceedings from any of the regulations providing for the imposition of fees; and

        (e)     provide for the reduction, waiver or refund, in whole or in part, of the fees, costs and charges fixed by regulation under this section; and

        (f)     provide, in specified circumstances, for the reinstatement or payment, in whole or in part, of any fee, cost or charge reduced, waived or refunded by the regulations.

    (4)     Without limiting subsection (3), if the regulations provide for a reduction, waiver or refund, in whole or in part, of a fee, cost or charge pursuant to subsection (3), the reduction, waiver or refund—

        (a)     may be expressed to apply either generally or specifically—

              (i)     in respect of certain matters or classes of matters;

              (ii)     in respect of certain persons or classes of persons;

S. 168
(4)(a)(iii)(iv) repealed by No. 47/2014 s. 244.

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              (v)     in respect of a specified enforcement agency or class of enforcement agency;

              (vi)     for a specified period or periods or from a specified commencement date to a specified expiry date;

              (vii)     in respect of any combination of the matters referred to in paragraphs (i) to (vi);

        (b)     may be subject to specified conditions.

Pt 14 (Heading and ss 169–185) amended by No. 32/2006 s. 53, repealed by No. 29/2011 s. 3(Sch. 1 item 45).

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Pt 15 (Heading and ss 186–210) inserted by No. 32/2006 s. 54.

Part 15—Transitional and savings provisions

S. 186 inserted by No. 32/2006 s. 54.

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