4A. Exemption from advertising for small amounts
(1) An advertisement under section 11(1) of the Act need not set out the amount and prescribed particulars of money notified to the Treasurer or received in the Treasury if ¾
(a) the amount of the money is less than $100; and
(b) the advertisement ¾
(i) sets out the name of the person who made the notification or payment;
(ii) states that details of the money are included in a list kept under subregulation (2)(a); and
(iii) sets out the places where that list is available for public inspection.
(2) The Treasurer must ¾
(a) in respect of each advertisement under subregulation (1), keep a list of the money to which the advertisement relates; and
(b) make that list available for public inspection, without charge, at such places as the Treasurer considers appropriate.
(3) To the extent that they are known to the Treasurer, the following particulars of notifications to the Treasurer and payments received in the Treasury are to be included in a list kept under subregulation (2)(a) ¾
(a) the name and address of the owner of the money;
(b) the amount of the money;
(c) the name and address of the person who made the notification or payment;
(d) a brief description of the manner in which that person came into possession of the money; and
(e) the date on which that person came into possession of the money.
[Regulation 4A inserted in Gazette 20 Aug 1996 p. 4070.]