We issue invoices and recover debt for fees and services on behalf of government agencies. If payment is not received by the invoice due date we commence the debt recovery process.
When you receive an invoice for fees or services provided by the referring government agency, you must finalise payment by the invoice due date to avoid further action.
A debt notice is issued for an overdue invoice.
You must pay the amount owing by the due date or, if you've arranged alternative action, contact us to avoid an overdue fee of $65.
A debt recovery order will be made when you have not paid the amount owing.
If you do not pay the amount owing, including overdue fees by the due date
If you have not paid the amount owing, we will commence debt recovery action, including:
Additional costs will be added for each debt recovery action.
Bank garnishee orders require your bank to deduct money from your account to pay the outstanding fee.
Employer garnishee orders legally require an employer to deduct money from an individual’s wage or salary to finalise the amount owing.
If you are an employer and have received a garnishee order from us, action it immediately.
If, as an employer, you fail to comply with the order you may be summoned to appear in court to explain why you should not be liable for the amount owed.
Providing false or misleading information may result in legal prosecution.
A property seizure order allows a sheriff to enter your home or workplace and seize goods belonging to you to pay the amount owing.
An examination summons is an order to attend court. A Revenue NSW representative will examine your financial circumstances and determine any future action necessary for you to pay the amount owing.
The charge will prevent you from selling your property until you pay the outstanding fee.