(1) Subject to sub-section (2), an infringements registrar may make an attachment of debts order in respect of a person if—
(a) an infringement warrant has been issued against the person; and
(b) a seven-day notice has been served on the person; and
(c) a period of 7 days after service for the seven-day notice has expired without the person—
(i) paying the amount outstanding under the infringement warrant; or
(ii) applying for a payment order for the payment of the amount outstanding under the infringement warrant; or
(iii) applying for revocation of the enforcement order.
(2) An infringements registrar must not make an attachment of debts order—
(a) if the person referred to in sub-section (1) has made an application in accordance with sub-section (1)(c)(ii) or (iii) which has not been determined, until the application is determined; or
(b) unless a debt is due or accruing to the person from the garnishee; and
(c) unless the garnishee is within Victoria.
(3) An attachment of debts order may be made—
(a) on an infringements registrar's own motion; or
(b) on the application of—
(i) the sheriff; or
(ii) an enforcement agency; or
(iii) the person against whom an infringement warrant has been issued.