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Orders of court in relation to fine defaulter on arrest—Fines Reform Act 2014

Subject to section 69FB, the court which sentenced a natural person, may make an order under section 69G or 69H as applicable, in relation to the person if—

        (a)     the person—

              (i)     is a fine defaulter within the meaning of the Fines Reform Act 2014 ; and

              (ii)     was arrested on an enforcement warrant issued under the Fines Reform Act 2014 in respect of a fine imposed by the court; and

S. 69FA(b) amended by No. 22/2020 s. 26(1).

        (b)     the court is satisfied by—

S. 69FA(b)(i) amended by No. 6/2018 s. 68(Sch. 2 item 115.3).

              (i)     evidence on oath or by affirmation or affidavit; or

              (ii)     by the admission of the offender; or

              (iii)     from an examination of the records of the court or of a certificate purporting to contain an extract of those records and purporting to be signed by the officer of the court with the custody of those records—

that the fine imposed on the offender by the court was registered for enforcement under section 15 or 15E of the Fines Reform Act 2014 .

S. 69FB inserted by No. 47/2014 s. 309.

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