A penalty notice is an enforcement option that allows a person who is suspected to have committed a specified offence, to pay a penalty by a given due date. Penalty notice recipients have the option to have the matter heard by a court, or may request a review of the decision. If the penalty amount prescribed for an alleged offence is paid, the person is not liable to any further proceedings for the alleged offence.
Payment of the specified penalty amount imposed by a penalty notice is not an admission of liability for the purpose of any civil claim, action or proceeding arising out of the same alleged offence.
Finalisation of an offence by way of a penalty notice does not result in a conviction being recorded.
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Election Funding, Expenditure and Disclosure Act 1981
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