Roads Act 1993 No 33
Current version for 1 December 2014 to date (accessed 20 December 2014 at 14:00)

223   Roads authorities may charge fees for services

(1)  A roads authority may charge and recover fees for any service it provides.
(2)  The services for which a fee may be charged include the following provided under this Act or the regulations:
(a)  supplying a service, product or commodity,
(b)  giving information,
(c)  considering an application for an approval, permit or consent,
(d)  carrying out an inspection in connection with an application for an approval, permit or consent,
(e)  granting an approval, permit or consent,
(f)  issuing a certificate.
(2A)  Without limiting subsections (1) and (2), a roads authority may charge and recover a fee for a route assessment (within the meaning of Part 4.7 of the Heavy Vehicle National Law (NSW)) that it carries out.
(3)  The amount of a fee must not exceed the maximum fee (if any) prescribed by or calculated in accordance with the regulations for the kind of service concerned.
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