11A. Authority may determine market times
(1) The Authority may, by notices erected in such places in the public market and in such other manner as the Authority may determine, indicate ¾
(a) the periods during which the public market is open for business and the produce that may be traded during those periods; and
(b) the periods (other than the periods referred to in paragraph (a)) during which, and the purposes in relation to which, a specified class of person is, or specified classes of persons are, permitted to enter, or prohibited from entering, the public market.
(3) A person who contravenes any provision of a notice referred to in this section commits an offence.
Penalty: $1 000.
(5) For the purposes of any proceedings or prosecution for an offence against subsection (3) a certificate signed or purporting to be signed by the manager of the Authority or any person authorised by the Authority in that behalf which states that on any date or during any period ¾
(a) the public market was open for trading in the produce specified in the certificate; or
(b) the public market was not open for business and the purpose in relation to which the person specified in the certificate was permitted to enter, or prohibited from entering, the public market,
is evidence of those facts.
[Section 11A inserted by No. 64 of 1984 s.2; amended by No. 29 of 1987 s.12; No. 20 of 1989 s.3; No. 6 of 1990 s.10; No. 70 of 2003 s. 43.]