(1) If an authorised officer believes on reasonable grounds that a person:(a) is contravening this Act, or(b) has contravened this Act in circumstances that make it likely that the contravention will be repeated,the authorised officer may give the person a notice requiring the person to remedy the matters causing the contravention.(2) A notice under this section must:(a) be in writing, and(b) state the name of the person to whom it is directed, and(c) state that the authorised officer believes that the person to whom the notice is directed:(i) is contravening a provision of this Act, or(ii) has contravened a provision of this Act in circumstances that make it likely that the contravention will be repeated, and(d) state the grounds on which the belief is based, and(e) specify the provision of this Act, and(f) specify a day by which the matters referred to in the notice must be remedied.(3) An authorised officer may include in a notice under this section directions as to the measures to be taken to remedy the contravention, or to avoid further contravention, of this Act.(4) A notice under this section that relates to a vehicle may be given by placing it securely on the vehicle in a conspicuous position.(5) A person who:(a) contravenes a notice under this section, or(b) removes a notice under this section from a vehicle before the matters causing the contravention have been remedied (unless it is necessary to do so to remedy the matters),is guilty of an offence.
Maximum penalty (subsection (5)): $10,000 for an individual or $50,000 for a body corporate.