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Description: In 2015 Parliament passed legislation enabling the Fines Recovery Unit to publish the names of individuals and businesses who owe $10,000 or more. It is anticipated that this new sanction will
In 2015 Parliament passed legislation enabling the Fines Recovery Unit to publish the names of individuals and businesses who owe $10,000 or more. It is anticipated that this new sanction will encourage fine defaulters to contact the FRU who can assist in reducing what is owed by taking payments and/or discussing payment plans.
The creation of the Fines Recovery Unit resulted from an extensive enquiry by the Northern Territory Government into the fines process and recovery of debt. The new scheme is based on Australian Best Practice and its main objective is to provide a cost efficient recovery service and ensure that Court imposed fines and infringement notices are complied with.
In accordance with the Fines and Penalties (Recovery) Act 2001 . the Fines Recovery Unit (FRU) commenced operations on 2 January 2002. The FRU manages all aspects of fine recovery including the taking of payments, the making of time to pay arrangements and providing information to the public about the enforcement when no other solution can be found. These enforcement orders range from licence and registration suspension through to civil enforcement and community work orders.
The FRU offers a case-managed debt recovery system, focused on assisting clients to manage their financial obligations to the Territory.
To take advantage of this and not incur any further penalties you can contact the FRU and enter an agreement today or you can pay at the following locations or methods:
- The Fines Recovery Unit
- All Court Houses in the N.T.
- All remote Police Stations in the N.T.
- All Australia Post Offices
With BPay, you can pay your bills directly from your bank account, over the phone or on the Internet.
If you receive a Centrelink payment you can arrange to have instalments deducted from those payments and paid to the Fines Recovery Unit. Please contact the Fines Recovery Unit to make arrangements.
Your fine can be paid utilising EFTPOS facilities at any Court House in the NT, Australia Post or the Fines Recovey Unit.
You can pay your fine by cheque or money through Australia Post. Cheques will be accepted by any Court House and remote Police Station in the NT as well as the Fines Recovery Unit.
You can pay your fine by cash or credit card at any Court House in the NT, Australia Post or the Fines Recovey Unit.
If you are a Northern Territory Government employee, you may consider paying your fine through payroll deductions. For more information on 'time to pay' arrangements and payroll deduction options, contact a client service officer at the Fines Recovery Unit on Freecall 1800 111 530 or email:AGD.FinesRecoveryUnit@nt.gov.au