12—Amendment of section 52—Limitation on time in which proceedings
may be commenced
52(a)(i)—delete "(whether or not the notice was subsequently withdrawn)"
52—after its present contents as amended by this section (now to be
designated as subsection (1)) insert:
(2) For the purposes
of subsection (1), an expiation notice is to be taken into account despite its
subsequent withdrawal except if the notice of withdrawal specifies that it is
issuing authority has received a statutory declaration or other document sent
to the authority by the alleged offender in accordance with a notice required
by law to accompany the expiation notice or expiation reminder notice; or
has become apparent that the alleged offender did not receive the notice until
after the expiation period, or has never received it, as a result of error on
the part of the authority or failure of the postal system,
(in which case the withdrawn expiation notice is to be disregarded).