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INFRINGEMENTS ACT 2006 - SECT 211A

Regulations dealing with transitional matters—Fines Reform and Infringements Acts Amendment Act 2016

    (1)     The Governor in Council may make regulations containing provisions of a transitional nature, including matters of an application or savings nature, arising as a result of the enactment of the  Fines Reform and Infringements Acts Amendment Act 2016 , including the repeals and amendments made by that Act.

    (2)     Regulations made under this section may—

        (a)     have a retrospective effect to a day on or from the date that the Fines Reform and Infringements Acts Amendment Act 2016 receives the Royal Assent;

        (b)     be of limited or general application;

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

        (d)     provide for the exemption of persons or proceedings or a class of persons or proceedings from any of the regulations made under this section.

    (3)     Regulations under this section have effect despite anything to the contrary in any Act (other than this Act or the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006 ) or in any subordinate instrument.

    (4)     This section is repealed on the second anniversary of the day on which section 106 of the Fines Reform and Infringements Acts Amendment Act 2016 comes into operation.

Pt 16 (Headings and ss 211B–211G) inserted by No. 29/2016 s. 83.

Part 16—Further savings and transitional provisions

Division 1—General

S. 211B inserted by No. 29/2016 s. 83.



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