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MARITIME POWERS REGULATION 2014 (SLI NO 31 OF 2014)

- Registered on FRLII: 17 Mar 2014
- Department:Immigration and Border Protection
- Description:This regulation prescribes Commonwealth laws in respect of which enforcement and monitoring powers could be exercised by maritime officers, a range of international agreements and decisions, which enable the exercise of maritime powers by a maritime officer if the authorising officer suspects, on reasonable grounds, that the agreement or decision applies to a particular vessel, installation or aircraft, Commonwealth laws that could be enforced by maritime officers in Australia’s contiguous zone to investigate or prevent a contravention of a customs or immigration law occurring in Australia, additional types of maritime officers in uniform who would be exempt from the usual requirement to produce identification, when requested by the person in charge of a vessel, installation or aircraft, after boarding the vessel, installation or aircraft; and, additional types of maritime officers in uniform who would be exempt from the usual requirement to produce identification, when requested by the person in charge of the land, after entering onto the land.

TABLE OF PROVISIONS

   PART 1--PRELIMINARY

   1.      Name of regulation  
   2.      Commencement  
   3.      Authority  
   4.      Definitions  
   5.      Laws that are not Australian laws  
   6.      Laws that are monitoring laws  
   7.      International agreements and international decisions  

   PART 2--EXERCISING POWERS

   8.      Customs, fiscal, immigration and sanitary laws  

   PART 3--MARITIME POWERS

   9.      Prescribed maritime officers  


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