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INFRINGEMENTS ACT 2006 - SECT 27D

Effect of work and development permit

    (1)     If a work and development permit is approved under section 27C, further action under this Act against the eligible person in respect of the infringement penalty is suspended until—

        (a)     the eligible person completes the work and development permit; or

        (b)     the work and development permit is cancelled.

    (2)     If a person who is subject to a work and development permit completes the work and development permit, any infringement penalty and any prescribed costs or prescribed warrant fee to which the work and development permit relates are satisfied to the extent set out in the permit.

    (3)     If a work and development permit is cancelled or partially completed, the enforcement agency may—

        (a)     take action to recover the outstanding amount of the infringement penalty and any prescribed costs or prescribed warrant fee; or

        (b)     if appropriate—

              (i)     take enforcement action by lodging the outstanding infringement penalty and any prescribed costs or prescribed warrant fee; or

              (ii)     continue any enforcement action that was suspended when the application for the work and development permit was made under section 27B.

    (4)     If a work and development permit is partially completed, the Secretary must ensure that the amount of the outstanding infringement penalty and any prescribed costs or prescribed warrant fee owed by the eligible person are reduced to reflect the extent of the partial completion of the permit.

    (5)     Despite subsections (3) and (4), if a work and development permit is varied by suspension for a period under section 27E, for the period of that suspension, action under this Act must not be taken.

S. 27E inserted by No. 29/2016 s. 67.



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