Western Australian Marine Act 1982

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Regulations 1985

 

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Regulations 1985

Contents

1.Citation1

2.Commencement1

3A.Terms used1

3.Modified penalties1

4.Forms2

5.Offence of unauthorised endorsement or alteration of infringement notices2

Schedule 1 — Modified penalties

Schedule 2 — Forms

Notes

Compilation table23

Defined terms

 

Western Australian Marine Act 1982

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Regulations 1985

1.Citation

These regulations may be cited as the Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Regulations 1985 1.

2.Commencement

These regulations shall come into operation 3 months after the day on which they are published in the Gazette 1.

3A.Terms used

In these regulations, unless the contrary intention appears —

Act means the Western Australian Marine Act 1982;

Department means the Department principally assisting the Minister in the administration of the Act.

[Regulation 3A inserted in Gazette 9 Oct 2012 p. 4755.]

3.Modified penalties

The amount specified in the fourth column of Schedule 1 opposite the description set out in the third column of that Schedule of an offence created by the provision specified opposite thereto in the second column of that Schedule is the modified penalty in respect of that offence for the purposes of section 132(1) of the Act.

4.Forms

The several forms specified in Schedule 2 are prescribed for the respective purposes for which forms are required by sections 132(1), 132(5), 133(2) and 134(1) of the Act.

5.Offence of unauthorised endorsement or alteration of infringement notices

(1)A person who, not being an authorised person or a designated officer, makes any endorsement on, or alteration to, an infringement notice commits an offence and is liable to a penalty not exceeding $200.

(2)In subregulation (1) — 

authorised person, designated officer and infringement notice have the respective meanings given to them by section 132(11) of the Act.

 

Schedule 1 — Modified penalties

[r. 3]

[Heading inserted in Gazette 13 Nov 2009 p. 4538.]

Item

Navigable Waters Regulations 1958

Description of offence

Modified
penalty

$

1

6A

Failing to comply with directions

200

1AA

10(a)

Obstructing, impeding or interfering with passage of vessel approaching or leaving public jetty or bridge

100

1AB

10(b)

Causing a nuisance to any person on, in or about vessel, public jetty or bridge

100

1AC

10A(b) (as read with r. 20)

Swimming from or near public jetty or bridge specified in notice or within area of navigable waters defined in notice

100

1A

14

Vessel travelling so as to cause nuisance or damage

160

1B

14A(a)

Navigating vessel so as to endanger safety of vessel or person

200

2

14A(b)

Navigating vessel so as to obstruct, impede or interfere with other vessel

160

3

14B

Permitting person to expose portion of body to risk of injury beyond hull limits of vessel

60

4

15(1)

Motor boat towing more than one vessel through or under bridge

60

5

19(2)

Navigating vessel less than 3.75 m long more than 5 nautical miles from nearest point at low water mark on mainland shore

100

6

19A

Vessel exceeding speed of 10 knots between sunset and sunrise — 

 

 

 

(a)by not more than 10 knots

160

 

 

(b)by more than 10 knots

200

7

19B

Using or setting off signal, flare, rocket or other distress signals, except in case of emergency or vessel in distress, without prior written permission of Department

200

8

19C(1)

Failing to exhibit on vessel required diving flag

100

8A

19C(3)

Failing to display required lights on vessel from which a person is diving

100

8B

19D(1)(a)

Failing to display a diving flag at the place where the person is diving

100

8C

19D(1)(b)

Failing to display required lights when diving at night otherwise than from a vessel

100

9

19E(1)

Failing to maintain distance of 50 m between vessel and place or other vessel displaying diving flag or, during the hours of darkness, the appropriate signal, or failing to reduce speed of vessel to slowest navigable speed whilst passing within 50 m of that place or other vessel

200

10A

19E(4A)

Failing to proceed at a safe speed or maintain a proper look out while in the vicinity of a place or vessel displaying a diving flag or appropriate signal, but at least 50 m clear of that place or vessel

200

10

42(a)

Anchoring or mooring vessel in fairway or channel when not in distress

60

11

42(c)

Placing cable or rope or other obstruction across fairway or channel without written permission of Department

100

12

43(a)

Obstructing channel or fairway with net or buoyed objects

120

13

45B(1)(a)

Using or having on navigable waters unregistered registrable vessel

160

14

45B(1)(b)

Failing to have current boat registration label properly affixed to vessel

80

15

45B(7)

Failing to have registrable vessel legibly marked with registration number

80

16

45B(8)

Registrable vessel failing to have required identification marking when proceeding north of Geraldton

60

17

45BA(4)(c)

Use of vessel with incorrectly affixed dealer plates

60

18

45D(1)(a)

Failing to produce certificate of registration of vessel within specified time

40

19

45D(1)(b)

Failing to notify Department of change of registered particulars, or of address of owner, of vessel within 15 days

120

20

45E(1)(a)

Failing to furnish purchaser of vessel with registration certificate

60

21

45E(1)(b)

Failing to notify Department of sale or disposal of registered vessel within 7 days

60

22

45E(2)(a)

Failing to apply for transfer of registration within 15 days of acquisition of registered vessel

120

23

45E(3)

Failing to notify Department of loss of registered vessel within 15 days

60

23A

47AA(3)

Person between 10 and 16 driving an RST vessel unless under supervision (before 1 April 2007)

200

23B

47AB(3)

Person between 10 and 14 driving an RST vessel unless under supervision (between 1 April 2007 and 1 April 2008)

200

23C

47AB(4)

Person between 14 and 16 driving an RST vessel unless —

(a)driving at not more than 8 knots and during the day time; or

(b)under supervision (between 1 April 2007 and 1 April 2008)

200

23D

47AB(5)

Person between 16 and 25 driving an RST vessel unless holding a recreational skipper’s ticket or under supervision (between 1 April 2007 and 1 April 2008)

200

23E

47A(3)

Person between 10 and 14 driving an RST vessel unless under supervision (on and after 1 April 2008)

200

23F

47A(4)

Person between 14 and 16 driving an RST vessel unless —

(a)holding a recreational skipper’s ticket and driving at not more than 8 knots and during the day time; or

(b)under supervision (on and after 1 April 2008)

200

23G

47A(5)

Person over 16 driving an RST vessel unless holding a recreational skipper’s ticket or under supervision (on and after 1 April 2008)

200

23H

47AA(4)
47AB(6)

47A(6)

Owner allowing RST vessel to be driven in contravention of regulation 47AA, 47AB or 47A

200

23I

47H

Failing to produce recreational skipper’s ticket on request

200

23J

47I

Holder of recreational skipper’s ticket failing to notify change of details

120

24

48(a)(i)

Driving a motor boat at a speed exceeding 8 knots or water ski‑ing or para‑sailing in water with a depth of less than 3 m

160

24A

48(a)(ii)

Driving a motor boat at a speed exceeding 8 knots or water ski‑ing or para‑sailing within 50 m of a river bank or low water mark

160

24B

48(b)

Driving a motor boat at a speed exceeding 8 knots or water ski‑ing or para‑sailing in or through mooring area

160

24C

48(c)

Driving a motor boat at a speed exceeding 8 knots or water ski‑ing or para‑sailing within 15 m of a vessel under weigh

160

24D

48(d)(i)

Driving a motor boat at a speed exceeding 8 knots or water ski‑ing or para‑sailing within 50 m of a moored vessel

160

24E

48(d)(iii)

Driving a motor boat at a speed exceeding 8 knots or water ski‑ing or para‑sailing within 50 m of a person in the water

200

24F

48(d)(iv)

Driving a motor boat at a speed exceeding 8 knots or water ski‑ing or para‑sailing within 50 m of a jetty or wharf

160

24G

48(e)

Driving a motor boat at a speed exceeding 8 knots or water ski‑ing or para‑sailing through an arch of a bridge

160

25

48A(2)

Driving motor boat towing para‑sailor or water skier in area not set aside for purpose

200

26

49(1)

Towing para‑sailor or water skier without observer in towing speed boat

160

27

49(2)

Driver of or observer in speed boat towing para‑sailor or water skier failing to maintain constant lookout or watch

120

[28deleted]

29

49C

Failing to drive speed boat at least 50 m behind water skier or other boat

120

30

49D

Driver of boat about to take off failing to yield right of way to speed boat landing water skier

60

31

49E

Trailing ski rope within 30 m of shore in water ski area

60

32

49G

Failing to keep speed boat towing water skier at least 30 m from shore when not engaged in landing or taking off water skier

60

33

49H

Driver of speed boat failing to maintain correct distance after landing water skier before retrieving tow line or thereafter driving speed boat at more than 8 knots or so as to interfere with or obstruct other boat towing water skier

120

34

49I

Driver of speed boat failing to maintain distance of 25 m from shore when landing water skier

60

35

49J

Sitting on gunwale or back of driving seat when driving speed boat

60

36

49K

Water skier failing to retrieve water ski

60

37

49M(a) or (b)

Using navigable waters for purpose of slalom course or ski‑jump — 

 

 

 

(a)without prior written permission of Department

100

 

 

(b)without required marker buoys and pennants

60

38

50

Driving motor boat towing water skier between sundown and 8am on Swan River or between sundown and 9am on Canning River

200

38A

50A(2)

Freestyle driving, surfing or wave jumping in a prohibited area

200

38B

50A(3)

Freestyle driving, surfing or wave jumping within —

(a)30 m of another personal watercraft; or

(b)50 m of any other vessel or person

200

38C

50B

Failing to wear an appropriate lifejacket while on a personal watercraft

200

39

51

Using motor boat not fitted with efficient silencer approved by Department

160

40

51A

Causing or permitting motor boat to emit smoke or vapour causing danger, nuisance or annoyance .

160

40A

51D

Failing to fit a bilge pump

160

41

52

Failing to equip vessel with approved fire extinguisher

160

42

52A

Failing to equip vessel with required number of lifejackets whilst being navigated outside protected waters

200

43

52B

Failing to equip vessel with required number of distress signals whilst being navigated outside protected waters

160

43A

52BAA

Failing to equip vessel with an approved and licensed marine transceiver

200

43B

52BAB

Failing to equip vessel with an approved Electronic Position Indicating Radio Beacon

200

44

52BA(1)(a)

Failing to maintain items of safety equipment of vessel in serviceable condition

160

45

52BA(1)(b)

Failing to have safety equipment of vessel readily accessible to all persons on board

160

46

52BA(3)

Failing to produce items of safety equipment to officer of Department on demand

160

47

52C

Vessel not carrying efficient anchor and line whilst outside protected waters

160

48

52G

Failing to display navigation lights on small motor boat as required

200

 

Item

Western Australian Marine Act
Section

Description of offence

Modified penalty
$

49

13(1)(a)

Uncertificated person acting in a position of command on a commercial vessel

300

50

13(1)(b)

Employing an uncertificated person in a position of command

300

51

13(2)

Failing to ascertain whether an employee on a commercial vessel is duly certificated

200

52

14

Beginning a voyage on a commercial vessel without sufficient crew, or with under qualified or inexperienced crew

300

53

26(3)

Being underway or plying without, or contrary to, certificate of survey

300

54

27

Beginning a voyage without exhibiting evidence of compliance with survey requirements

200

55

28

Carrying too many people on board ship

300

56

40(a)

Beginning a voyage without appropriate life saving appliances

300

57

40(b)

Allowing loss of, or damage to, life saving appliances

200

58

40(c)

Failing to repair or replace life saving appliances

200

59

40(d)

Failing to keep life saving appliances fit and ready for use

200

60

42(a)

Beginning a voyage without appropriate fire appliances

300

61

42(b)

Allowing loss of, or damage to, fire appliances

200

62

42(c)

Failing to repair or replace fire appliances

200

63

42(d)

Failing to keep fire appliances fit and ready for use

200

64

44(a)

Beginning a voyage without appropriate radio equipment

300

65

44(b)

Beginning a voyage without a qualified radio operator on board

200

66

48(a)

Beginning a voyage without required equipment

150

67

48(b)

Failing to keep required equipment in good repair

100

68

58(2)(a)

Failing to produce logbook or other documents

100

69

63(2)

Failing to take vessel to nearest port

100

70

63(5)

Navigating vessel in breach of order

150

71

64(2)

Failing to render assistance or give details after a collision

150

72A

64(3)

Failing to —

(a)render assistance; or

(b)give details to certain persons; or

(c)report to the Department within 7 days,

after a collision, accident or other casualty involving a pleasure vessel

150

72

64(4)

Failing to make immediate report of a casualty or injury on, or damage to, a commercial vessel

150

73

64(5)

Failing to confirm report of a casualty or injury on, or damage to, a commercial vessel

150

74

66(3)(a)

Obstructing an authorised person in relation to an area closed to navigation

200

75

66(3)(b)

Navigating a vessel in an area closed to navigation

200

76

67(3)

Exceeding speed limit by — 

 

 

 

(a)more than 3, but less than 5, knots

100

 

 

(b)5 or more, but less than 10, knots

160

 

 

(c)10 knots or more

200

77

69

Failing to batten down and secure hatches

100

78

70(1)

Going on board a vessel in port at night without authority

100

79

72(1)(a)

Being drunk or disorderly and attempting to board a passenger ship without authority

100

80

72(1)(b)

Being drunk or disorderly on board a passenger ship and refusing to leave when requested

100

81

72(1)(c)

Molesting a passenger on a passenger ship after being warned

100

82

72(1)(d)

Being on board a passenger ship without authority and refusing to leave when requested

100

83

72(1)(e)

Attempting to enter a passenger ship after entry has been refused

100

84

72(1)(f)

Refusing to leave a passenger ship when requested

100

85

72(1)(g)

Attempting to travel on a passenger ship without paying the fare

100

86

72(1)(h)

Attempting to travel on a passenger ship beyond the place to which the fare has been paid

100

87

72(1)(i)

Refusing to leave a passenger ship at place to which fare has been paid

100

88

72(1)(j)

On a passenger ship failing to produce ticket or pay fare when requested

100

89

73

Damaging equipment, or obstructing the crew, on a passenger ship

100

90A

79(2)

Failure of the master or person in charge of a vessel to comply with the Prevention of Collisions at Sea Regulations 1983

300

90

91(1)

Carrying dangerous goods without proper markings

200

91

97(1)

Carrying explosives on a passenger ship without proper protection

200

92

132(8)

Removing an infringement notice from a vessel

100

 

 

W.A. Marine (Hire and Drive Vessels) Regulations 1983 (provision of Uniform Code)

 

 

93

3.4.1

Failing to fix registration plates to hire and drive vessel

50

94

3.4.2

Failing to maintain markings on hire and drive vessel

50

95

3.12.1

Failing to notify the CEO of repairs or alterations to hire and drive vessel

50

96

3.13.2

Failing to report an accident involving hire and drive vessel

50

97

4.2.2

Overloading a hire and drive vessel

100

 

Item

Mooring Regulations 1998

Description of offence

Modified penalty
$

98

6(1)

Securing vessel to mooring when mooring site is not licensed, vessel is not authorised or vessel is not identifiable

100

99

6(2)(a)

Securing vessel to mooring on licensed mooring site when another vessel is secured to the mooring

100

100

6(2)(b)

Securing vessel to another vessel secured to a mooring on a licensed mooring site

100

101

6A

Securing vessel in a mooring control area for more than 6 hours

100

[Schedule 1 inserted in Gazette 9 Jun 1992 p. 2381‑2; amended in Gazette 30 Jun 1992 p. 2910; 7 May 1993 p. 2361‑2; 31 Dec 1993 p. 6911‑2; 14 Jun 1996 p. 2607; 30 May 1997 p. 2497‑9; 27 Oct 1998 p. 5965; 11 Dec 1998 p. 6652; 17 Jun 2003 p. 2221; 23 Dec 2005 p. 6278‑9; 10 Feb 2006 p. 666; 26 May 2006 p. 1880; 13 Nov 2009 p. 4538; 17 Nov 2009 p. 4631-2; 4 Jan 2013 p. 9; 3 Mar 2017 p. 1490-1.]

Schedule 2  Forms

[r. 4]

[Heading inserted in Gazette 9 Oct 2012 p. 4756.]

1.Infringement notice

Part 1


Western Australian Marine Act 1982, s. 132(1)

Infringement notice

Infringement notice no.:

 

Date of service:

 

TO:

 

 

 

 

 

 

or

TO:

r

Surname/ Company name and ACN

 

 

Other names

 

Address

 

Date of birth

 

Male/Female

rTick if this notice is addressed to the above person as the owner of the vessel described below.

r

The owner of the vessel described below (whose identity is not known and cannot immediately be ascertained).

Vessel

Vessel name:

Reg. no.:

Reg. expiry date:

 

Vessel type:

Length (metres):

No. persons onboard:

Construction material:

Colour:

 

Engine type:

r Inboard

r Outboard

Engine make:

Kw/Hp:

Alleged offence

Date

 

Time

 

Place

 

Legislation

 

Provision

 

Details of offence

 

 

Authorised person issuing notice

Name

 

Authorised person no.

 

Signature

 

Modified penalty

$_________

TAKE NOTICE

It is alleged that you have committed the above offence.

If you do not want to be prosecuted in court for the offence, pay the modified penalty in accordance with Part 2 of this notice within 28 days after the date of service of this notice.

If you do not pay the modified penalty within that period, you may be prosecuted or enforcement action may be taken under the Fines, Penalties and Infringement Notices Enforcement Act 1994. Under that Act, some or all of the following action may be taken — your driver’s licence may be suspended; your vehicle licence may be suspended or cancelled; your details may be published on a website; your vehicle may be immobilised or have its number plates removed; and your property may be seized and sold.

If this notice is addressed to you as the owner of the vessel described above (whether or not your identity is known), the Western Australian Marine Act 1982 section 132(3) says, in effect, that you are, in the absence of proof to the contrary, deemed to be the person who was in charge of the vessel at the time the above alleged offence is believed to have been committed. This does not apply if within 21 days after the date of service of this notice —

the modified penalty for the alleged offence is paid; or

you — 

inform an authorised person of the identity and address of the person who was in charge of the vessel at the time of the alleged offence; or

satisfy an authorised person that the vessel had been stolen or unlawfully taken, or was being unlawfully used at that time.

Any inquiry you have in relation to this matter is to be made in writing and sent by post to:

[Insert details]

If you want this matter to be dealt with by prosecution in court, you may decline to be dealt with under the Western Australian Marine Act 1982 section 132 by completing the Election to have matter dealt with by a Court section in Part 2 of this notice and posting Part 2 to the designated officer at the address below.

Part 2 (detachable)

Infringement notice no:________________

Election to have matter dealt with by a Court

I decline to be dealt with under the Western Australian Marine Act 1982 section 132 and elect to be prosecuted in Court for the alleged offence.

________________________________
(Name)

___________________________________/___/___
(Signature)(Date)

Detach this Part and send to:

[Insert details of designated officer]

How to pay

By post

Tick the relevant box below:

rI want to pay the modified penalty. A cheque or money order (payable to [insert name of designated officer]) for the modified penalty is enclosed.

rI want to pay the modified penalty by credit card. Please debit my credit card account.

Card type _____________________________

Cardholder name _______________________

Card number

[ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ]

Expiry date of card _____/_____

Amount $__________

Signature ____________________

Detach this Part and send to:

[Insert details of designated officer]

In person

Pay the cashier at:

[Insert details of designated officer]

[Form 1 inserted in Gazette 9 Oct 2012 p. 4756-8; amended in Gazette 20 Aug 2013 p. 3849.]

2.Withdrawal of infringement notice

Part 1


Western Australian Marine Act 1982, s. 132(5)

Withdrawal of infringement notice

Withdrawal no.:

 

Date:

 

TO:

Surname/ company name and ACN

 

Other names

 

Address

 

 

Infringement notice

Infringement notice no.

 

Date of service

 

Vessel

Vessel name:

Reg. no.:

Reg. expiry date:

 

Vessel type:

Length (metres):

No. persons onboard:

Construction material:

Colour:

 

Engine type:

r Inboard

r Outboard

Engine make:

Kw/Hp:

Alleged offence

Date

 

Time

 

Place

 

Legislation

 

Provision

 

Details of offence

 

 

Authorised person withdrawing notice

Name

 

Authorised person no.

 

Signature

 

Withdrawal of infringement notice

[*Delete whichever is not applicable]

The above infringement notice issued against you for the above alleged offence has been withdrawn.

If you have already paid the modified penalty for the alleged offence, you are entitled to a refund.

*Your refund is enclosed.

or

*If you have paid the modified penalty but a refund is not enclosed, you may claim your refund by completing Part 2 of this notice and sending it to the address below.

Part 2 (detachable)

Withdrawal no:________________

Claim for refund

I claim a refund for the modified penalty paid in accordance with the infringement notice that was withdrawn by this notice of withdrawal.

________________________________
(Name)

___________________________________/___/___
(Signature)(Date)

Detach this Part and send to:

[Insert details of designated officer]

[Form 2 inserted in Gazette 9 Oct 2012 p. 4758-9.]

3.Notice requiring identification of person in charge of vessel

Part 1


Western Australian Marine Act 1982, s. 133(2)

Notice requiring identification of person in charge of vessel

Notice no:

 

Date:

TO:

Name

 

 

Address

 

 

Vessel

Vessel name:

Reg. no.:

Reg. expiry date:

 

Vessel type:

Length (metres):

No. persons onboard:

Construction material:

Colour:

 

Engine type:

r Inboard

r Outboard

Engine make:

Kw/Hp:

Alleged offence

Date

 

Time

 

Place

 

Legislation

 

Provision

 

Details of offence

 

 

TAKE NOTICE

You are the registered owner of the vessel described above.

It is alleged that the offence described above was committed while the vessel described above was in charge of a person whose identity is not known and cannot immediately be ascertained.

You, as the registered owner, are required to identify the person who was in charge of the vessel at the time when the offence described above is alleged to have been committed.

If, within 21 days after the date of service of this notice, you do not —

inform the Department, by completing Part 2 of this notice, of the identity and address of the person who was in charge of the vessel described above at the time the offence described above is alleged to have been committed; or

 

satisfy the Department that the vessel described above had been stolen or unlawfully taken, or was being unlawfully used, at the time when the offence described above is alleged to have been committed,

you will, in the absence of proof to the contrary, be deemed to be the person who was in charge of the vessel at the time when the offence described above is believed to have been committed.

Authorised person issuing notice

Name

 

Authorised person no.

 

Signature

 

Part 2 (detachable)

Notice no. ____________

Identity of person in charge of vessel

I,
_____________________________________________
(Name)

am the registered owner of the vessel described in this notice. At the time the offence described in this notice is alleged to have been committed, the following person was in charge of the vessel.

Name

 

Address

 

 

 

___________________________________/___/___
(Signature of registered owner)(Date)

Detach this section and send to:

[Insert details]

Refer to infringement notice no. ____________

[Form 3 inserted in Gazette 9 Oct 2012 p. 4759-61.]

4.Certificate as to authorised person other than inspector

Certificate as to authorised person other than inspector

Western Australian Marine Act 1982, s. 134(1)

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

 

___________________________________________________

(Name)

not being an inspector, is an authorised person for the purposes of the Western Australian Marine Act 1982 sections 132 and 133.

 

________________________________

Chief Executive Officer

________________________________
(Signature of authorised person)

Appointment no. __________________

[Form 4 inserted in Gazette 9 Oct 2012 p. 4761.]

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Notes

1This is a compilation of the Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Regulations 1985 and includes the amendments made by the other written laws referred to in the following table. The table also contains information about any reprint.

Compilation table

Citation

Gazettal

Commencement

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Regulations 1985

4 Oct 1985 p. 3866‑70

4 Jan 1986 (see r. 2)

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Regulations 1986

24 Apr 1986 p. 1480‑1

24 Apr 1986

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Regulations (No. 2) 1986

20 Jun 1986 p. 2057

20 Jun 1986

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Amendment Regulations 1991

26 Jul 1991 p. 3934‑6

26 Jul 1991

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Amendment Regulations 1992

9 Jun 1992 p. 2380‑2

1 Jul 1992 (see r. 2)

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 1992

30 Jun 1992 p. 2910

1 Jul 1992 (see r. 2)

W.A. Marine Amendment Regulations 1992 Pt. 7

11 Aug 1992 p. 3976-80

11 Aug 1992

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Amendment Regulations 1991

7 May 1993 p. 2361‑2

7 May 1993

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 1993

31 Dec 1993 p. 6911‑12

1 Mar 1994 (see r. 2)

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Amendment Regulations 1996

14 Jun 1996 p. 2607

14 Jun 1996

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Amendment Regulations 1997

30 May 1997 p. 2497‑9

30 May 1997

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Amendment Regulations 1998

27 Oct 1998 p. 5964‑5

27 Oct 1998

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 1998

11 Dec 1998 p. 6651‑2

11 Dec 1998 (see r. 2)

Reprint of the Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Regulations 1985 as at 27 Aug 1999 (includes amendments listed above)

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Amendment Regulations 2003

17 Jun 2003 p. 2220‑1

1 Jul 2003 (see r. 2)

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Amendment Regulations (No. 3) 2005

23 Dec 2005 p. 6278‑9

23 Dec 2005

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Amendment Regulations 2005

10 Feb 2006 p. 665‑6

10 Feb 2006 (see r. 2 and Gazette 10 Feb 2006 p. 667)

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Amendment Regulations 2006

26 May 2006 p. 1880

26 May 2006

Reprint 2: The Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Regulations 1985 as at 13 Feb 2009 (includes amendments listed above)

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2009

13 Nov 2009 p. 4537‑8

r. 1 and 2: 13 Nov 2009 (see r. 2(a));
Regulations other than r. 1 and 2: 14 Nov 2009 (see r. 2(b))

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Amendment Regulations 2009

17 Nov 2009 p. 4631-2

r. 1 and 2: 17 Nov 2009 (see r. 2(a));
Regulations other than r. 1 and 2: 18 Nov 2009 (see r. 2(b))

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Amendment Regulations 2012

9 Oct 2012 p. 4755‑61

r. 1 and 2: 9 Oct 2012 (see r. 2(a));
Regulations other than r. 1 and 2: 1 Nov 2012 (see r. 2(b))

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Amendment Regulations (No. 2) 2012

4 Jan 2013
p. 9

r. 1 and 2: 4 Jan 2013 (see r. 2(a));
Regulations other than r. 1 and 2: 5 Jan 2013 (see r. 2(b))

Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Amendment Regulations 2013

20 Aug 2013 p. 3849

r. 1 and 2: 20 Aug 2013 (see r. 2(a));
Regulations other than r. 1 and 2: 21 Aug 2013 (see r. 2(b) and
Gazette 20 Aug 2013 p. 3815)

Reprint 3: The Western Australian Marine (Infringements) Regulations 1985 as at 6 Dec 2013 (includes amendments listed above)

Transport Regulations Amendment (Lifejackets) Regulations 2017 Pt. 3

3 Mar 2017 p. 1484‑91

4 Mar 2017 (see r. 2(b))

 

 

Defined terms

 

[This is a list of terms defined and the provisions where they are defined. The list is not part of the law.]

Defined termProvision(s)

Act3A

authorised person5(2)

Department3A

designated officer5(2)

infringement notice5(2)