(1) An infringements registrar may stay an infringement warrant issued in respect of an enforcement order in the following circumstances—
(a) if a payment order has been made in respect of the enforcement order;
(b) if an attachment of earnings order has been made;
S. 94A(1)(c) amended by No. 29/2016 s. 81(a).
(c) if an attachment of debts order has been made;
S. 94A(1)(d) inserted by No. 29/2016 s. 81(b).
(d) if a work and development permit has been approved.
(2) An infringement warrant stayed under subsection (1) remains issued and enforceable until the stay ceases and, in accordance with section 94, on cessation of the stay—
(a) if a period of 5 years after the infringement warrant was first issued has passed—the infringement warrant is null and void; or
(b) if a period of 5 years after the infringement warrant was first issued has not passed—the infringement warrant remains enforceable.
(3) An infringement warrant issued by an infringements registrar may be stayed under this section by—
(a) that infringements registrar; or
(b) another registrar from the same venue of the Court at which the infringement warrant was issued; or
(c) a magistrate.
S. 94B inserted by No. 87/2009 s. 48.