If you’ve been issued with a fine or fee, you can authorise someone to act on your behalf in either a limited or ongoing capacity.
You can give this authority over the phone or in writing and the person you nominate will have the same power to act as you do. This is known as having ‘Authority to Act’ (A2A) and can be helpful if you are having trouble paying.
If you’d like to give someone authority to act on your behalf, send us your request.
|Online||Go to myPenalty and complete the authority to act form.|
|By phone||Call us on 1300 138 118 from 7:30am to 8:00pm, Monday to Friday.|
Download and print the Authority to Act form (PDF, 59 KB) and mail it to us at:|
PO Box 786, Strawberry Hills NSW 2012
Before we can grant an authority to act to someone and provide any of your personal information to them, you must provide us with their
Sometimes a person or organisation may act on your behalf without having to obtain a formal authority to act. This includes
For people under 15, we can provide information to parents or guardians without an authority to act.