(1) On the application of any person, the Minister may, by written notice given to the holder of an enclosure permit, direct the holder--(a) to take specified action that the Minister considers necessary to provide better access to a Crown road enclosed under the permit, or(b) to remove, modify or replace any enclosure structure (or anything attached to it).
(2) Unless the direction is revoked sooner--(a) if no objection is made to the Minister against the direction--the direction takes effect when the period of 28 days after it is served expires, and(b) if an objection is made to the Minister against the direction--the direction takes effect or, if varied, takes effect as varied, on the date of the Minister's decision on the objection.
(3) A holder of an enclosure permit must comply with a direction given to the holder under this section.: Maximum penalty--(a) for a corporation--100 penalty units, or(b) for an individual--20 penalty units.
(4) A person may apply to the Civil and Administrative Tribunal for an administrative review under the Administrative Decisions Review Act 1997 of any of the following decisions--(a) a decision of the Minister refusing to give a direction under this section on the application of the person,(b) a decision of the Minister to give a direction under this section in respect of land for which the person has an enclosure permit.
(5) In this section--
"enclosure structure" means any fence, gate or other structure for enclosing a Crown road or Crown watercourse.