Option 2: Apply to pay by instalments (offences of $200 or over only)
Applications to pay by instalments can be made for infringements over $200 and must be made within 28 days from the date on the notice.
Complete the back of the infringement notice and return it in person or by mail with your first instalment of $60.
The State Penalties Enforcement Registry (SPER) will send you an instalment plan.
If you make all the monthly payments, the infringement notice will be finalised and no further prosecution or enforcement action will be taken against you.
Option 3: Elect to go to court
Complete the details on the back of the infringement notice and return to the Chief Executive Officer, City of Moreton Bay, PO Box 159 Caboolture QLD 4510.
If Council receives your court election within 28 days from the date on the notice, a prosecution against you may be commenced in a Magistrates Court.
You are responsible for obtaining your own legal advice before the Court hearing. If found guilty of the offence you may be required to pay costs. If you do not appear on the date set for the hearing, the offence may be heard in your absence.
Infringement disputes and reviews
If you have been issued an infringement and believe there may be cause for it to be withdrawn, you may request Council to review the fine.