A notice under section 84K must be in a form approved by the Chief Commissioner of Police and must state—
(a) the driver's name; and
S. 84L(b) substituted by No. 70/2016 s. 27.
(i) the motor vehicle registration number and the make and model of the motor vehicle; or
(ii) if the motor vehicle is not registered—the make and model of the vehicle or, if the make and model cannot be established, as much information that can reasonably be provided to identify the motor vehicle; and
(c) the date and time when the motor vehicle was impounded or immobilised; and
(d) the relevant offence in respect of which the motor vehicle has been impounded or immobilised; and
(e) the date and time when the motor vehicle is eligible for release; and
(f) the process by which the impounded or immobilised motor vehicle may be released, including—
(i) the location of the motor vehicle; and
(ii) the designated costs payable; and
(iii) if relevant, the contact details of the person who can release an immobilised motor vehicle; and
(iv) that satisfactory evidence of the entitlement of a person seeking to have the motor vehicle released may be required before the motor vehicle will be released; and
S. 84L(f)(v) inserted by No. 76/2010 s. 12(1), substituted by No. 50/2012 s. 10, amended by No. 37/2014 s. 10(Sch. item 147.36).
(v) if the motor vehicle has been immobilised by use of a steering wheel lock—the name of the unit within Victoria Police that arranges for the release of keys for steering wheel locks and the address and telephone number of that unit; and
S. 84L(g) substituted by No. 76/2010 s. 12(2).
(g) that the Chief Commissioner of Police may apply to the relevant court for an impoundment or immobilisation order or a forfeiture order in accordance with this Part if the requirements of this Part relating to previous relevant offences (if any) are satisfied; and
(h) any other prescribed particulars.
S. 84M inserted by No. 93/2005 s. 4.