(1) For the purposes of this Division, the Attorney-General must make guidelines specifying—
(a) the circumstances of a person who has been served with an infringement notice that must be established to satisfy the Secretary that the person is an eligible person; and
(b) the work-off rates for satisfaction or part satisfaction of an infringement penalty and any prescribed costs or prescribed warrant fee; and
(c) the criteria that makes an organisation an appropriate organisation for accreditation for the purposes of supervising and supporting eligible persons under a work and development permit; and
(d) the information and any documents required to be included in any application to become an accredited agency or accredited health practitioner; and
(e) the details to be included in any proposed work and development permit to be approved by the Secretary; and
(f) any other matter the Attorney-General considers appropriate for the inclusion in the guidelines.
(2) The Attorney-General—
(a) must cause the work and development permit guidelines to be published in the Government Gazette; and
(b) may publish the work and development permit guidelines on the Internet.
(3) The work and development permit guidelines take effect—
(a) on the date of publication in the Government Gazette; or
(b) on a later date specified in the guidelines.
Division 4—Penalty reminder notices
S. 28 amended by No. 32/2006 s. 18(1).