(1) This section has effect in relation to another jurisdiction while the corresponding law of the other jurisdiction contains provisions corresponding to this section.
(2) The Minister may enter into agreements with a Minister of the other jurisdiction for the purposes of this section, and to amend or revoke any such agreement.
(3) To the extent envisaged by such an agreement—
(a) an inspector of this jurisdiction may, in this jurisdiction or the other jurisdiction, exercise powers conferred on an authorised officer or police officer of the other jurisdiction by or under the corresponding law of the other jurisdiction; and
(b) an authorised officer or police officer of the other jurisdiction may, in this jurisdiction or the other jurisdiction, exercise powers conferred respectively on an inspector by or under this Act.
(4) Anything done or omitted to be done by an inspector of this jurisdiction under subsection (3) is taken to have been done under this Act as well as under the corresponding law.
(5) The regulations may make provision for or with respect to the exercise of powers under this section.
(6) In this section—
"corresponding law" means a law of another jurisdiction that is declared to be a corresponding law under subsection (7);
"jurisdiction" means a State or Territory of the Commonwealth.
(7) The Minister may, by Order published in the
Government Gazette, declare a law of another jurisdiction to be a
corresponding law for the purposes of this section.
Pt 10 (Heading and ss 149A– 191) inserted by No. 110/2004 s. 41 (as amended by No. 24/2005 s. 27).
Part 10—Provisions concerning breaches of mass, dimension and load restraint limits and requirements
Division 1—Preliminary matters
S. 149A inserted by No. 110/2004 s. 41 (as amended by No. 24/2005 s. 27), substituted by No. 30/2013 s. 60(Sch. item 8.21).