S. 258(1) amended by No. 53/2021 s. 49(1).
(1) Subject to subsection (1A), COVID-19 Quarantine Victoria must give a person who is liable to pay prescribed fees under section 257 an invoice (a relevant invoice ) that contains the prescribed information.
S. 258(1A) inserted by No. 53/2021 s. 49(2).
(1A) COVID-19 Quarantine Victoria is not required to give a person an invoice—
(a) if the fees prescribed for the purposes of section 257 that the person is liable to pay are nil; or
(b) if payment of all of the fees that the person is liable to pay is waived under section 260A; or
(c) in any other prescribed circumstance.
(2) If 2 or more adults are jointly and severally liable to pay prescribed fees under section 257(2) or (3)—
(a) COVID-19 Quarantine Victoria may give any one of the adults a relevant invoice; and
(b) the relevant invoice is taken to have been given to each of the adults for the purposes of sections 261 and 262.
(3) If COVID-19 Quarantine Victoria gives a relevant invoice under subsection (2), the relevant invoice must, in addition to the prescribed information, state—
(a) the name of every other person who is jointly and severally liable to pay the prescribed fees and, in the case of a parent who is jointly and severally liable to pay the prescribed fees relating to their child's detention, the name of the child; and
(b) the amount of the fees relating to the detention at the specified place of every other person who is jointly and severally liable to pay the prescribed fees or the child, as the case requires, that are owing.
S. 258A inserted by No. 53/2021 s. 50.