(1) In addition to any other order the tribunal may make, the tribunal may, in relation to a person who is the subject of a disciplinary proceeding—
(a) order the person to pay an amount to the Territory or someone else, of not more than—
(i) if the person is an individual—$1 000; or
(ii) if the person is a corporation—$5 000; or
(b) reprimand the person; or
(c) order the person to give a written undertaking; or
(d) direct the commissioner to—
(i) place a condition on the person's licence or registration; or
(ii) remove or amend a condition placed on the person's licence or registration; or
(e) give the person directions.
(2) The tribunal must not give a direction for subsection (1) (d) that would result in inconsistency with an express requirement placed on the person's licence or registration by the Act under which the person is licensed or registered.
Note A reference to an Act includes a reference to the statutory instruments made or in force under the Act, including regulations (see Legislation Act, s 104).