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Reports and recommendations to Attorney-General

    (1)     The Secretary must submit to the Attorney‑General an annual report of the outcomes in respect of the functions carried out by the Secretary under this Part.

    (2)     The Attorney-General may publish the report received from the Secretary under subsection (1).

    (3)     The Secretary may submit a report to the Attorney-General at any time in relation to any of the following—

        (a)     compliance with this Act by an enforcement agency;

        (b)     failure by an enforcement agency to comply with a request made by the Secretary under section 53B;

        (c)     an enforcement agency's response to any recommendations made to it by the Secretary;

        (d)     any issues identified by the Secretary as part of the Secretary's functions under this Part.

    (4)     The Secretary may make recommendations to the Attorney-General at any time for any of the following purposes—

        (a)     improving the operation of internal review;

        (b)     addressing problems or issues encountered by enforcement agencies;

        (c)     dealing with non-compliance with this Act, proper processes and the guidelines by enforcement agencies.

Part 4—Lodging infringement penalties and enforcement orders

Division 1—Lodgement

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