All rents, costs, charges and fees due and payable under this Act may be sued for and recovered by and in the name of the Minister on behalf of the Crown.
Any notice or other document, other than a summons, to be given or served on any person for the purposes of this Act may, unless otherwise specially provided, be given or served:(a) by delivering it personally to the person to whom it is addressed,(b) by posting it by certified mail in an envelope duly stamped and addressed to the person to whom it is addressed at the place last known as the person’s place of abode or business, or(c) by delivering it to the place last known as the place of abode or business of the person to whom it is addressed and by leaving it there for the person with some other person.
119A Application of enforcement provisions of Fisheries Management Act 1994
(1) Part 9 (Enforcement) of the Fisheries Management Act 1994 applies for the purposes of this Act and the regulations under this Act.(2) Accordingly, references in that Part to that Act, the regulations under that Act or anything done under that Act extend to this Act, the regulations under this Act or anything done under this Act.
(1) The Minister may delegate to the Director any function of the Minister under this Act, other than this power of delegation.(2) This section is taken to have had effect on and from the repeal of section 8A by the Fisheries Management Act 1994 and any delegation purported to have been made by the Minister under this Act after that repeal is taken to have been made under this section.
(1) If a corporation contravenes, whether by act or omission, any provision of this Act or the regulations, each person who is a director of the corporation or who is concerned in the management of the corporation is taken to have contravened the same provision if the person knowingly authorised or permitted the contravention.(2) A person may be proceeded against and convicted under a provision pursuant to this section whether or not the corporation has been proceeded against or been convicted under that provision.(3) Nothing in this section affects any liability imposed on a corporation for an offence committed by the corporation against this Act or the regulations.
(1) A person guilty of an offence under this Act is, where no specific penalty is provided for the offence, liable to a penalty not exceeding 100 penalty units in the case of a corporation or 50 penalty units in any other case.(2) The provisions of the Fisheries Management Act 1994 relating to the bringing of proceedings apply to offences under this Act in the same way as they apply to offences under that Act.