Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 10 Hansard (Thursday, 22 September 2011) . . Page.. 4411 ..
(c) give the short description prescribed by regulation for section 75 for the offence (or the law and provision of the law contravened by the person), the location of the detection points relating to the offence, and the date and approximate time of the offence; and
(d) state the speed limit or average speed limit between the detection points; and
(e) state the particulars (if any) that are, under a regulation for section 25 (1) (e), identifying particulars for the vehicle involved in the offence; and
(f) include any other information required by regulation for this section and any additional information that the administering authority for the offence considers appropriate.
(2) The warning notice must also tell the person on whom it is served that—
(a) no action is required of the person; and
(b) service of the warning notice on the person means that—
(i) any other relevant infringement notice offences involving the person may be dealt with by infringement notice; and
(ii) an infringement notice penalty is payable, and demerit points are incurred, by the person.
(3) In this section:
average speed limit—see the Road Transport (Safety and Traffic Management) Act 1999, section 22AA.
21D Expiry—pt 2A
This part expires 1 year after the day a regulation first made for the Road Transport (Safety and Traffic Management) Act 1999, section 23B commences.
Road Transport (Safety and Traffic Management) Amendment Bill 2011
Amendment moved by Ms Gallagher, on behalf of the Attorney-General, to Mr Coe’s amendment No 2
Proposed new section 23C (3)
(3) Failure to comply with this section does not affect an infringement notice or a proceeding for an offence.