(1) A person must not—
(a) without reasonable excuse obstruct or hinder an inspector in exercising the inspector's powers under this Act; or
(b) contravene a lawful direction, order or requirement of an inspector; or
(c) refuse to answer a question lawfully asked by an inspector or to produce a document lawfully required by an inspector; or
(d) give to an inspector any information or answer that is false or misleading if the inspector's request for the information is lawfully made and the person knows the information or answer to be false or misleading in a material particular; or
(e) refuse to produce any plant, plant product, used package, used equipment or earth material when lawfully requested to do so by an inspector; or
(f) give, procure or offer or promise any bribe, recompense, inducement or reward to influence an inspector in the exercise of the inspector's powers or the discharge of the inspector's duties under this Act or attempt to do so; or
(g) interfere with anything done by an inspector in the exercise of the inspector's powers under this Act; or
(h) include in an application or request to the Secretary under this Act a statement that the person knows to be false or misleading in a material respect.
Penalty: 60 penalty units.
(2) Despite anything to the contrary in subsection (1), a person may refuse to answer an inspector's question or to produce a document to the inspector if the person believes that the answer or information in the document would tend to incriminate the person.