(1) In any case where a rental company receives an infringement notice for a particular offence, the rental company may not exercise an authority under a rental service agreement to debit the hirer’s credit card unless, within 5 working days of receipt of the infringement notice, the rental company—
(2) If the rental company does not receive an infringement notice for the particular offence, but receives a reminder notice for that offence, the rental company may not exercise the authority to debit the hirer’s credit card unless, within 5 working days of the receipt of the reminder notice, the rental company—
(3) Except where the hirer has been separately served by an enforcement officer with an infringement notice for the particular offence, the infringement notice sent to the hirer under subsection (1)(a) or the reminder notice served under subsection (2)(a) is deemed to have been served on the hirer by the enforcement officer and the hirer has, in respect of the infringement notice or the reminder notice, all the rights and obligations under the Summary Proceedings Act 1957 of a person so served.
(4) The rental service agreement may specify an administration fee that the rental company may charge to cover the cost of debiting the hirer's credit card.
(5) Any infringement fee for a particular offence that the rental company receives as a result of debiting the hirer's credit card must be paid to the issuing enforcement authority without delay.
(6) The rental company must refund the hirer any infringement fee for the particular offence that the hirer has received as a result of debiting the hirer's credit card if—