Reminder notice served on—
Full name (or company name):
Full postal address (residential or business):
Alleged infringement offence details
Offence (time, place, and nature):
Infringement fee payable: $ [amount]
Passenger’s or crew member’s details (if applicable)
Flight number or craft identifier:
[To be provided for filing in court]
Issuing details of infringement notice
Method infringement notice served by:
Date infringement notice served:
Issuing details of reminder notice
Method reminder notice served by:
Date reminder notice served:
The last day for payment is [specify date], which is 28 days from the date of service recorded in this notice.
Procedures for payment of infringement fee
Infringement fees may be paid to the Department of Labour by any of the following methods: [specify payment options]
Please quote the reminder notice number shown above.
Cheques must be payable to the Department of Labour, crossed and marked
“Not transferable”, and sent to—
Information about infringement offences
Note: You should consult a lawyer immediately if there is anything in this notice that you do not understand.
Payment of infringement fee
If you pay the infringement fee within 28 days after service of this notice, no further action on the infringement offence will be taken. Payment must be made to the Department of Labour in accordance with the instructions in this notice.
If you want to raise any matter relating to the circumstances of the offence, you must do so by writing to the Department of Labour at the address shown at the end of this notice within 28 days after service of this notice.
You have a defence against any proceedings for the offence if you can prove that the infringement fee was paid to the Department of Labour by one of the payment methods specified in this notice within 28 days after service of this notice.
Right to request hearing
You have the right to request a hearing. A request for a hearing must be made in writing, be signed by you, and be delivered to the Department of Labour at the address shown at the end of this notice within 28 days after service of this notice.
If you request a hearing, you may deny liability for the offence or admit liability and make submissions as to penalty or any other matter.
If you deny liability for the offence and request a hearing, the Department of Labour will serve you with a notice of hearing setting out the place and time at which the matter will be heard by the court (unless the Department of Labour decides not to commence court proceedings).
Note: If the court finds you guilty of the offence, it may impose costs in addition to any fine.
If you admit liability for the offence but want the court to consider your submissions, you must, in your request for a hearing,—
set out the written submissions that you want the court to consider.
The Department of Labour will then file your letter and request for a hearing with the court (unless the Department of Labour decides not to commence court proceedings). There will be no oral hearing before the court if you follow this course of action.
Note: The court may impose costs in addition to any fine.
Consequences of taking no action
If, within 28 days after service of this notice, you have not paid the infringement fee and the Department of Labour has not received a request for a hearing, you will become liable to pay costs in addition to the infringement fee specified in this notice (unless the Department of Labour decides not to commence court proceedings).
Questions and other correspondence
In any correspondence, please include—
the date of the infringement notice; and
the infringement notice number; and
the date of this notice; and
the reminder notice number; and
the course of action you are taking on the offence; and
your full address for replies.
Rights and obligations
Further details of your rights and obligations are set out in section 21 of the Summary Proceedings Act 1957.
Department of Labour’s postal address for correspondence (for postal address for payment, see above)
Attention: Carrier Infringement Unit