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Consequences of default under a payment order

S. 78(1) amended by No. 87/2009 s. 45.

    (1)     Subject to section 94A, if an infringements registrar has made a payment order and a person defaults under that payment order for a period of more than 28 days, the infringements registrar may issue another infringement warrant against the person.

    (2)     If an infringements registrar issues an infringement warrant under subsection (1), another seven-day notice must be served on the person before the infringement warrant can be executed unless a seven-day notice in respect of the fine to which the payment order applies has been served on the person at any time in the 6 month period prior to the default of the person.

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