Fine lifecycle


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View the fines process below and make your selection.

For a short description, hover your mouse pointer over the relevant option.


  pay Pay the fine   OR

name the person Name the person responsible   OR

request Request a review   OR

go to court Go to court


Overdue fines

An overdue fine is received when a penalty reminder notice is not resolved by the due date.

  pay Pay the fine   OR

apply Dispute an overdue fine   OR

enforce Postpone enforcement action   OR

wdo Work and development order   OR

disqualify Driver licence disqualification

Enforcement action

Enforcement action is taken if an overdue fine is not resolved by the due date.

rms   RMS restrictions     times   Civil sanctions       Community service

Last updated: 12 July 2018