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Default on a payment plan results in other enforcement action

    (1)     A person defaults in the payment of a payment plan if the enforcement agency does not receive a payment in accordance with that plan within 14 days after the due date of the payment.

    (2)     If the enforcement agency does not receive a payment within the time specified in subsection (1), the enforcement agency must send a written notice to the person to whom the payment plan applies advising the person—

        (a)     that the person is in default; and

        (b)     that within 14 days of the notice, the payment plan is cancelled, unless the overdue payment is received before the expiry of that 14 day period; and

        (c)     on cancellation of the payment plan, the outstanding infringement penalty will be dealt with under this Act or enforced by other enforcement action available under the Fines Reform Act 2014 .

S. 52A inserted by No. 47/2014 s. 237.

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