(1) The holder of a current assessment notice may at any time surrender the assessment notice document to the Secretary.
S. 24(2) amended by No. 56/2007 s. 13(1).
(2) For the purposes of this Act, a person who surrenders his or her only current assessment notice document is to be regarded as not having a current assessment notice.
S. 24(3) inserted by No. 56/2007 s. 13(2).
(3) If the holder of a current assessment notice ( the first assessment notice ) applies for, and is given, another current assessment notice, the holder must not, without reasonable excuse, refuse or fail to surrender to the Secretary the current assessment notice document that was given to him or her in respect of the first assessment notice, within 7 days after being directed to do so by the Secretary.
Penalty: 1 penalty unit.
S. 24(4) inserted by No. 51/2010 s. 19.
(a) a person surrenders an assessment notice document to the Secretary under subsection (1); and
(b) the Secretary is aware that the former holder of the notice is a person who—
(i) is, or is proposed to be, engaged in child-related work by another person; or
(ii) is listed with an agency—
the Secretary, if he or she is aware of the identity of that other person or that agency, must notify that other person or that agency in writing of the surrender.