(1) If an inspector believes on reasonable grounds that a person has committed an infringement notice offence, the inspector may give the person an infringement notice for the alleged contravention .
(2) The infringement notice must be given within 12 months after the day on which the contravention is alleged to have taken place.
(3) A single infringement notice must relate only to a single contravention of a single provision unless subsection (4) applies.
(4) An inspector may give a person a single infringement notice relating to multiple contraventions of a single provision if:
(a) the provision requires the person to do a thing within a particular period or before a particular time; and
(b) the person fails or refuses to do that thing within that period or before that time; and
(c) the failure or refusal occurs on more than one day; and
(d) each contravention is constituted by the failure or refusal on one of those days.
Note: For continuing offences, see subsection 4K(2) of the Crimes Act 1914 .