Reprint as at 1 April 2014

Summary Proceedings Act 1957

Public Act1957 No 87
Date of assent24 October 1957
Commencementsee section 1(2)

Note

Changes authorised by subpart 2 of Part 2 of the Legislation Act 2012 have been made in this official reprint.

Note 4 at the end of this reprint provides a list of the amendments incorporated.

This Act is administered by the Ministry of Justice.


Contents

Title [Repealed]

1 Title and commencement

2 Interpretation

3 Application of certain provisions of Crimes Act 1961 [Repealed]

Part 1
Criminal jurisdiction of District Court

[Repealed]

4 Summary criminal jurisdiction of court [Repealed]

5 Jurisdiction in relation to committal for indictable offences [Repealed]

6 Summary jurisdiction in respect of indictable offences [Repealed]

7 Maximum penalty on summary conviction for indictable offence [Repealed]

8 Other jurisdictions and powers not affected [Repealed]

9 Jurisdiction of District Court Judges in respect of summary offences [Repealed]

9A Jurisdiction of Justices in respect of summary offences [Repealed]

9B Jurisdiction of Community Magistrates in respect of summary offences [Repealed]

9C Jurisdiction of Community Magistrates to impose sentences in respect of certain summary offences [Repealed]

9D Power to impose penalties provided for in Land Transport Act 1998 [Repealed]

9E Ancillary powers under Criminal Justice Act 1985, Sentencing Act 2002, and Land Transport Act 1998, and Criminal Procedure Act 2011 [Repealed]

9F Power of Community Magistrates to decline jurisdiction [Repealed]

9G Power to transfer matter to court presided over by District Court Judge [Repealed]

10 Jurisdiction in respect of fugitive offenders [Repealed]

Part 2
Procedure for infringement offences

11 Application of this Part [Repealed]

12 Commencement of proceedings [Repealed]

Information

[Repealed]

13 Any person may lay an information [Repealed]

14 Time for laying information [Repealed]

15 Information to be in prescribed form and upon oath [Repealed]

16 Information to be for 1 offence only [Repealed]

17 Information to contain sufficient particulars [Repealed]

17A Certain informations to disclose range of penalties [Repealed]

18 Information to be filed in nearest court [Repealed]

Summons and warrant

[Repealed]

19 Issue of summons or warrant to arrest defendant [Repealed]

19A Summons following arrest [Repealed]

19B Summons following evidential breath test [Repealed]

20 Issue of summons or warrant for attendance of witness [Repealed]

20A Summary procedure for minor offences [Repealed]

21 Procedure for infringement offences

21A Evidence of particulars of reminder notice deemed to have been filed in court by electronic means

22 To whom warrant to be directed and power of person executing warrant to enter premises [Repealed]

23 Withdrawal of warrant [Repealed]

Service of documents

23A Service of documents: sections 24 to 29 not to apply to Part 3

24 Mode of service of documents on defendant

25 Who may serve documents on defendant

26 Mode of service of documents on person other than defendant

27 Who may serve documents on person other than defendant

28 Mode of service in particular cases

29 Proof of service

30 Translation of documents into Maori language

Special provisions for taking evidence

[Repealed]

31 Order for taking evidence of defence witness at a distance [Repealed]

32 Order for taking evidence of person about to leave country [Repealed]

33 Admission in summary proceedings of statement of person dangerously ill taken for purposes of trial of indictable offence [Repealed]

General provisions as to hearing

[Repealed]

34 Place of hearing of information [Repealed]

35 Power to clear court and forbid report of proceedings [Repealed]

36 Withdrawal of information by informant [Repealed]

37 Who may conduct proceedings [Repealed]

38 Court may issue warrant for appearance of witness [Repealed]

39 Witness refusing to give evidence may be imprisoned [Repealed]

40 Witnesses at the hearing [Repealed]

41 Right to plead guilty by notice to Registrar [Repealed]

41A Registrar may receive not guilty pleas [Repealed]

42 Plea of guilty may be withdrawn by leave of court [Repealed]

43 Amendment of information where defendant appears [Repealed]

43A Amendment of information to correct particulars of defendant [Repealed]

44 Power of court to decline summary jurisdiction [Repealed]

44A Power of court to decline summary jurisdiction in case of certain summary offences [Repealed]

Adjournments and bail

[Repealed]

45 Power to adjourn [Repealed]

45A Power of Registrar to adjourn [Repealed]

46 Dealing with defendant on adjournment [Repealed]

46A Registrar may prohibit publication of names [Repealed]

46AB Application of section 45 during epidemic [Repealed]

46AC Application of section 46 during epidemic [Repealed]

47 Warrant for detention of defendant remanded in custody [Repealed]

48 Defendant, if bailable as of right, to be brought before court on request [Repealed]

49 Conditions of bail [Repealed]

49A Variation of conditions of bail [Repealed]

50 Release of defendant granted bail [Repealed]

50A Variation of conditions of bail [Repealed]

51 Defendant may be admitted to bail by constable in certain cases [Repealed]

52 Mode of taking bail bond by constable [Repealed]

53 Defendant on bail may be arrested without warrant in certain circumstances [Repealed]

54 Failure to answer bail [Repealed]

55 Arrest of defendant who does not attend hearing [Repealed]

56 Effect on bond of attendance or non-attendance of person bailed by constable [Repealed]

57 Certification of non-performance of condition of bail bond [Repealed]

58 Estreat of bail bond [Repealed]

59 Defendant in custody may be brought up before expiry of period of adjournment [Repealed]

Procedure at hearing

[Repealed]

60 Evidence to be given on oath [Repealed]

61 Powers of court when defendant does not appear [Repealed]

61A Powers of Registrar to adjourn hearing or issue warrant to arrest defendant [Repealed]

62 Powers of court when informant does not appear [Repealed]

63 Powers of court when neither party appears [Repealed]

64 Dismissal for want of prosecution not to operate as bar to other proceedings [Repealed]

65 Court to proceed when both parties appear [Repealed]

66 Defendant's right to elect trial by jury where offence punishable by more than 3 months' imprisonment [Repealed]

66A Registrar may receive elections [Repealed]

67 Conduct of hearing [Repealed]

67A Identification evidence [Repealed]

68 Decision of court [Repealed]

69 Procedure where defendant liable to greater penalty because of previous convictions [Repealed]

69AA Further provisions relating to previous convictions [Repealed]

69A Proof of previous convictions [Repealed]

70 Order for restitution of stolen property or payment of its value [Repealed]

71 Criminal Records [Repealed]

Costs and witnesses' expenses

[Repealed]

72 Costs [Repealed]

73 Witnesses' expenses [Repealed]

Complaints

[Repealed]

74 Provisions of this Part to apply to complaints [Repealed]

Rehearings

[Repealed]

75 District Court Judge or Justice or Registrar or Community Magistrate may grant a rehearing [Repealed]

Miscellaneous

[Repealed]

76 Proceedings against parties to offences [Repealed]

77 Power of the court to amend defective sentences [Repealed]

77A Stay of proceedings [Repealed]

78 Court may state case for opinion of High Court [Repealed]

78A Conviction not to be recorded for infringement offences [Repealed]

78B Power to correct irregularities in proceedings for infringement offences

78C Certain defendants ineligible to rely on non-receipt of reminder notice

Part 3
Enforcement of fines

[Repealed]

79 Interpretation

Service under this Part

79A Service of documents under this Part

79B Service provisions modified in special cases

79C Manner of notification not requiring particular document

79D Proof of service or notification

80 Fines generally payable within 28 days

81 Time to pay or payment by instalments

82 Financial capacity of defendant

83 Order for immediate payment of fine

84 Notice of fine

85 Final notice of fine [Repealed]

86 Registrar may arrange extension of time to pay

86A Registrar may vary, suspend, or cancel arrangement for extension of time to pay fine or attachment order

86B Determinations affecting attachment orders

86C Bailiff may arrange extension of time to pay

86D Bailiff may vary, suspend, or cancel arrangement for extension of time to pay fine

86E Priority of payments received from defendant

86F Manner in which amounts of reparation must be applied in cases involving same offence

86G Manner in which amounts of reparation must be applied in cases involving different offences

86H No Crown liability for error, etc, in applying payments of amounts of reparation

87 Action if fine or instalment not paid or if arrangement or attachment order cancelled

87AA Power to obtain information in respect of beneficiaries

87A Publication of name of fine defaulter

87B Deduction of fines

87C Revocation of deduction notices

87D Fine to be treated as being paid

87E Deduction notices issued on banks

87F Meaning of certain terms relating to banks

87G Offences in relation to deduction notices

87H Variation or discharge of deduction notices

87I Penalty for late deductions

87J Giving of notices [Repealed]

88 Actions if fine remains unpaid

88AA Form and execution of warrant for arrest

88AB Provisions for defendant arrested under warrant for arrest issued for purpose of section 88(2)(a)

88AC Provisions for defendant arrested under warrant for arrest issued for purpose of section 88(3)

88AD Powers of Registrar in relation to defendant brought before Registrar

88AE Powers of District Court Judge or Community Magistrate after considering report of Registrar under section 88AD

88AF Further provisions relating to powers of District Court Judge or Community Magistrate in section 88AE

88AG Power of District Court Judge or Community Magistrate to order return of defendant

88A Civil enforcement of fines

88B Remission of fine

89 Rights of representation and appeal

90 Scale of imprisonment for non-payment of fine

91 Defendant on substituted sentence to be discharged on payment of fine

92 Effect of warrant of commitment

Disclosure of default balances to certain authorised persons

92A Interpretation

92B Purpose of disclosure and use of information

92C Access codes

92D Recognised user may submit fine status query

92E Fine status response by chief executive

92F Disclosure and use of fine status response restricted

92G Query subject to be notified of proposed combination of information

92H Monitoring and audits by chief executive

92I Regulations

Written cautions in case of certain traffic fines

93 Written caution to person holding interest in motor vehicle

93A Seizure and disposal of motor vehicles: application of sections 100A to 100Y instead of sections 94 to 100

94 Review of written caution

94A Personal property securities register to be checked [Repealed]

94B Immobilisation of motor vehicles [Repealed]

95 Written caution of no effect if fine quashed or set aside

96 Challenge of seizure by persons treated as substitutes

Seizure, release, and sale of property

97 Purposes of sections 98 to 100T

98 Warrant to seize property

99 Seizure of property

100 Seizure of motor vehicles impounded under Land Transport Act 1998

Seizure, release, and sale of motor vehicles

[Repealed]

100A Seizure of motor vehicle not precluded by low value or low interest

100B Seized property to be retained by or for Registrar

100C Immobilisation of motor vehicles

100D Personal property securities register to be checked

100E Release of property if fine and other costs paid or if certain appeals successful

100F Release of property to certain owners

100G Determination of claim by owners

100H Lessor may apply to Registrar

100I What happens if lessor does not apply to Registrar before property sold or disposed of

100J Claims by secured parties

100K Certification of default balance

100L Sale of secured property by secured party or by court

100M Certain payments required before release to lessor or secured party takes effect

100N Application of proceeds of sale by secured party

100O Failure by secured party to sell or account for proceeds

100P Sale or disposal of property seized

100Q Registrar must defer sale if storage costs paid

100R Application of proceeds of sale

100S Remission of fine and costs of sale in certain cases involving motor vehicles

100T Compensation to person with interest in property sold

100U Claims by creditors [Repealed]

100V Certain payments required before release to lessor or creditor takes effect [Repealed]

100W Application of proceeds of sale by creditor [Repealed]

100X Failure by creditor to sell or account for proceeds [Repealed]

100Y Compensation to person with interest in motor vehicle sold [Repealed]

101 Offence to interfere with or rescue property seized

102 Protection of Registrar, bailiff, etc

102A Resisting or obstructing bailiffs

102B Proceedings against bailiffs acting under warrants

103 Effect of attachment order

104 Attachment order to be served on employer

104A Power to obtain information in respect of employers

105 Content of attachment orders

106 Liability of employer

106A Wrongful treatment of employee

106B Extent to which attachment orders bind the Crown

106C Statement of salary or wages paid

106D Transfer of enforcement to another District Court

106E Restrictions on substituted sentences

106EA Defendant may be arrested for assessment of financial capacity

106F Review of Registrar's decision

106G Actions under warrant to seize pending appeal

106H Application of Criminal Procedure Act 2011

Part 4
Appeals

[Repealed]

Appeals on points of law only by way of case stated

[Repealed]

107 Appeal on question of law only by way of case stated [Repealed]

108 No appeal on ground of improper admission or rejection of evidence [Repealed]

109 District Court Judge or Justice may refuse a case if he thinks appeal frivolous [Repealed]

110 Certiorari not to be required when appeal upon case stated [Repealed]

111 Case may be sent back for amendment [Repealed]

112 High Court to determine the questions on the case [Repealed]

113 Appeal on point of law may be removed into Court of Appeal [Repealed]

114 Defendant appealing by way of case stated not allowed to appeal otherwise [Repealed]

114A Appeals from decisions of Community Magistrates [Repealed]

114B Appeal to High Court on question of law [Repealed]

General appeals

[Repealed]

115 Defendant's general right of appeal to High Court [Repealed]

115A Informant's right of appeal against sentence [Repealed]

115B Right of appeal against sentence for contempt of court [Repealed]

115C Right of appeal against decisions relating to publication of reports of proceedings or identifying particulars [Repealed]

115D Rights of appeal against decisions relating to bail [Repealed]

115DA Right of appeal against order for costs [Repealed]

115DB Rights of appeal subject to Crimes Act 1961 [Repealed]

115E Procedural provisions applying to appeals under section 115D [Repealed]

116 Notice of appeal [Repealed]

117 Transmission of notice of appeal to High Court [Repealed]

118 Setting down appeal for hearing [Repealed]

119 Procedure on appeal [Repealed]

120 Defects in notice of appeal [Repealed]

121 High Court to hear and determine appeal

122 Power to clear court and forbid report of proceedings [Repealed]

Provisions relating to all appeals

[Repealed]

123 Powers of Judge of High Court as to extension of time [Repealed]

124 Provisions as to issue of warrant pending appeal [Repealed]

125 Granting of bail to appellant who is in custody [Repealed]

126 Arrest of appellant who has absconded or is about to abscond while on bail [Repealed]

127 Custody of appellant pending appeal [Repealed]

128 Surrender of appellant released on bail and discharge of surety [Repealed]

129 Abandonment of appeal [Repealed]

130 Presentation of case by party in custody [Repealed]

131 Power of High Court to direct rehearing of information or complaint [Repealed]

132 Amendment of conviction by substituting one offence for another [Repealed]

133 Dismissal of appeal for non-prosecution [Repealed]

134 Registrar to certify decision on appeal

135 Execution of decision of High Court [Repealed]

136 Custody of person after determination of appeal [Repealed]

137 Resumption of sentence or order on determination of appeal [Repealed]

137A Provisions on determination of appeal where defendant sentenced to periodic detention [Repealed]

137B Provisions on determination of appeal where defendant sentenced to community service [Repealed]

137C Provisions on determination of appeal where defendant sentenced to community care [Repealed]

137D Provisions on determination of appeal where non-association order made in respect of defendant [Repealed]

138 Revesting and restitution of property on conviction [Repealed]

139 Estreat of bail bond where determination appealed against [Repealed]

140 Orders as to costs [Repealed]

141 Party giving notice of appeal and not prosecuting same may be ordered to pay costs [Repealed]

142 Enforcement of order as to costs [Repealed]

143 No court fees payable on appeal by person sentenced to detention [Repealed]

Appeal to Court of Appeal

[Repealed]

144 Appeal to Court of Appeal [Repealed]

144A Appeal to Supreme Court [Repealed]

144B Powers of Court of Appeal and Supreme Court on appeal [Repealed]

Part 5
Committal proceedings for indictable offences

[Repealed]

145 Purpose and overview [Repealed]

146 Interpretation [Repealed]

Commencement of proceedings under this Part

[Repealed]

147 Proceedings under this Part [Repealed]

Information, summons, and warrant

[Repealed]

148 Application of provisions of Part 2 [Repealed]

149 Notice to defendant [Repealed]

150 Issue of summons or warrant [Repealed]

151 Issue of warrant if defendant does not attend [Repealed]

152 Defect in form or variance between charge and evidence [Repealed]

152A Power of Registrar to adjourn [Repealed]

Service of documents

[Repealed]

153 Service of summons on defendant [Repealed]

153A Defendant may plead guilty before or during preliminary hearing [Repealed]

154 Application of provisions of Part 2 [Repealed]

Adjournments and bail

[Repealed]

155 Power to adjourn [Repealed]

156 Power of Registrar to adjourn [Repealed]

157 Application of section 46 [Repealed]

Withdrawal of information and stay of proceedings

[Repealed]

158 Withdrawal of information by prosecutor [Repealed]

159 Stay of proceedings [Repealed]

Plea of guilty before committal

[Repealed]

160 Defendant may plead guilty before committal [Repealed]

160A Committal without consideration of evidence [Repealed]

161 Procedure if defendant makes request under section 160 [Repealed]

161A Application for leave to question undercover Police officer's identity to be removed into High Court [Repealed]

Formal written statements for purposes of committal

[Repealed]

162 Formal written statements [Repealed]

163 False statement in formal written statement deemed to be perjury [Repealed]

Special provisions for taking evidence

[Repealed]

164 Power to take statement of person dangerously ill [Repealed]

165 Evidence of statement made by person dangerously ill [Repealed]

166 Provision for person in custody to be present at taking of statement [Repealed]

Preliminary provisions applicable to committal

[Repealed]

167 Place of committal [Repealed]

168 Obligations of prosecutor to file formal written statements within certain period [Repealed]

168A Court to which defendant to be committed [Repealed]

168AA High Court Judge to determine court of trial in certain cases [Repealed]

168AB Notice of transfer of case to District Court [Repealed]

168B Defendant to be warned as to law relating to notice of alibi [Repealed]

168C Defendant to be advised of his right to apply for trial before a Judge without a jury [Repealed]

169 Standard committal is not hearing and does not involve prosecutor's or defendant's presence [Repealed]

170 Defendant's entitlement to be present during hearings [Repealed]

171 Charge to be read to defendant in certain circumstances [Repealed]

172 Amendment of information [Repealed]

173 Persons who may give evidence under assumed name [Repealed]

173A Written statements [Repealed]

174 No comment may be made on defendant refraining from answering charge [Repealed]

175 When formal written statement or record of oral evidence in other proceedings may be admitted as evidence at committal hearing or for purposes of standard committal [Repealed]

176 Defendant must disclose evidence to be provided at committal hearing [Repealed]

Timing and procedure at standard committal

[Repealed]

177 Timing and procedure at standard committal [Repealed]

Oral evidence orders

[Repealed]

178 Application for oral evidence order [Repealed]

179 Application for leave to question undercover Police officer's identity must be removed into High Court [Repealed]

180 Determination of application for oral evidence order [Repealed]

181 Judge may make oral evidence order of own motion [Repealed]

182 Oral evidence of witness who resides at distance, is ill, or is departing New Zealand may be taken at any court [Repealed]

When committal hearing must be held

[Repealed]

183 Committal hearing required if oral evidence order applies [Repealed]

Procedure at committal hearing

[Repealed]

184 Application of provisions of Part 2 [Repealed]

184A Procedure at committal hearing [Repealed]

184B No oral evidence without order [Repealed]

184C Court may direct that formal written statements be read aloud

184D Oral evidence must be recorded in writing [Repealed]

184E Committal hearing may be completed despite witness's failure to appear or give evidence [Repealed]

Determination at committal hearing

[Repealed]

184F If evidence insufficient, defendant must be discharged [Repealed]

184G If evidence sufficient, defendant must be committed for trial [Repealed]

Powers of court if defendant seeks to provide undisclosed evidence at committal hearing

[Repealed]

184H Powers of court if defendant seeks to provide evidence at committal hearing that was not disclosed as required by section 176 [Repealed]

Committal for trial or sentence

[Repealed]

184I Advice must be given to defendant on committal following committal hearing [Repealed]

Procedure if defendant pleads guilty

[Repealed]

184J Procedure if defendant pleads guilty [Repealed]

184K If defendant pleads guilty, no objection may be taken and plea must not be withdrawn without leave [Repealed]

184L Defendant committed for sentence must be brought before High Court [Repealed]

Procedure if defendant does not plead guilty

[Repealed]

184M Procedure if standard committal occurs or defendant does not plead guilty [Repealed]

184N Court to which defendant must be committed [Repealed]

184O Court to which defendant must be committed if related charge must be heard in High Court [Repealed]

184P Committal to wrong court [Repealed]

184Q High Court Judge must determine trial court in certain cases [Repealed]

184R Notice of transfer of case to District Court [Repealed]

184S Defendant must be advised of right to apply for trial before Judge without jury [Repealed]

Procedure after committal for trial or sentence

[Repealed]

184T Dealing with defendant committed for trial or for sentence [Repealed]

184U Evidence of witness taken after defendant committed for trial [Repealed]

184V Notice to witnesses to attend at trial court [Repealed]

184W On committal, documents, etc, must be sent to trial court or sentencing court [Repealed]

184X Every party entitled to records of oral evidence or summary of facts [Repealed]

184Y When formal written statement or record of oral evidence may be read in evidence at trial [Repealed]

185 Witness about to leave New Zealand may be arrested [Repealed]

Part 5A
Special provisions relating to standard committal process and committal hearings in cases of sexual nature

[Repealed]

185A Application [Repealed]

185B Certain hearings to be conducted by Judge [Repealed]

185C Evidence of complainant [Repealed]

185CA Child complainant's evidence may be given by videotape [Repealed]

185D Child complainant's evidence may be given by video record [Repealed]

185E Power of court to prohibit publication of certain details [Repealed]

185F Other powers of court preserved [Repealed]

Part 6
Conservation of the peace

[Repealed]

Sureties of the peace

[Repealed]

186 Application for order for bond to keep the peace [Repealed]

187 Making of order for bond [Repealed]

188 Making of order for bond where person charged with offence [Repealed]

189 Refusal to enter into bond [Repealed]

190 Persons imprisoned in default of finding sureties may be released on death of person for whose protection order made [Repealed]

191 Estreat of bond [Repealed]

Special constables

[Repealed]

192 Appointment and powers of special constables [Repealed]

Part 7
Protection of Justices and Community Magistrates

[Repealed]

193 No action against Justice, or Community Magistrate unless act in excess of jurisdiction or without jurisdiction [Repealed]

194 No action against Justice, or Community Magistrate to be brought in District Court [Repealed]

195 Onus of proof [Repealed]

196 Plaintiff may be ordered to give security for costs [Repealed]

196A Indemnity to District Court Judge [Repealed]

197 Indemnity to Justice or Community Magistrate [Repealed]

Part 8
General provisions

Search

[Repealed]

198 Search warrants [Repealed]

198A Procedure where certain documents seized from solicitors' offices [Repealed]

198B Person with knowledge of computer or computer network to assist access [Repealed]

199 Disposal of things seized [Repealed]

200 Other enactments as to search warrants not affected [Repealed]

Tracking devices

[Repealed]

200A Interpretation [Repealed]

200B Application for tracking device warrant [Repealed]

200C Issue of tracking device warrant [Repealed]

200D Effect of tracking device warrant [Repealed]

200E Expiry of warrant [Repealed]

200F Renewal of warrant [Repealed]

200G Use of tracking device without warrant [Repealed]

200H Reports [Repealed]

200I Warrant for removal of tracking device [Repealed]

200J Agencies to give information to Parliament [Repealed]

200K Security of applications for tracking device warrants [Repealed]

200L Restriction on production of documents relating to application [Repealed]

200M Application for production of documents [Repealed]

200N Request for production made in course of proceedings [Repealed]

200O Application referred to Judge [Repealed]

200P Judges entitled to inspect relevant documents [Repealed]

Miscellaneous

201 Amendment of conviction, order, or warrant [Repealed]

202 Who may take affidavit [Repealed]

203AA Criminal records

203 Acts not generally to be done on Sunday [Repealed]

204 Proceedings not to be questioned for want of form

205 Proceedings not invalid because defendant should have been dealt with in Youth Court [Repealed]

206 Contempt of court [Repealed]

207 Payment and recovery of fees

208 Payment of money to department

209 Act not to apply to Youth Court unless provided [Repealed]

209A Chief executive of Ministry of Justice may approve forms

210 Saving of provisions of Customs Act 1913 [Repealed]

211 Rules for proceedings on appeal [Repealed]

212 Rules and regulations

213 Consequential amendments [Repealed]

214 Repeals and savings [Repealed]

Schedule 1
Indictable offences triable summarily by District Court Judges

[Repealed]

Schedule 2
Forms of information

[Repealed]

Schedule 2A
Modifications of Part 4 where appeal is from District Court presided over by Community Magistrate or Community Magistrates to District Court presided over by District Court Judge

[Repealed]

Schedule 3
Enactments amended

[Repealed]

Schedule 4
Enactments repealed

[Repealed]

Summary Proceedings Amendment Act (No 2) 2010

Summary Proceedings Amendment Act 2011

Crimes Amendment Act (No 3) 2011

Search and Surveillance Act 2012

Reprint notes


Title [Repealed]

  • Title: repealed, on 1 July 2013, by section 7(2) of the Summary Proceedings Amendment Act (No 2) 2011 (2011 No 94).