Get enforcement of your fines reviewed
You can apply to have enforcement action on your fine cancelled. This is called “enforcement review”
An enforcement review can be completed if you received notice of the following actions:
- Licence suspension or registration cancellation
- A Sheriff Notice to take your goods
- Garnishee of funds from your bank account
We recommend you get free legal advice from LawAccess before you apply for enforcement review.
- If you are experiencing acute economic hardship and are unable to pay your fine.
- You didn’t know you had the fine and you’ve kept your address up to date with Service NSW.
- You have exceptional circumstances. This depends on your individual situation so you may need to get free legal advice.
- You don’t think you should have got the fine.
You need proof
You need to show why you were unable to deal with the overdue fine before the due date and why the action should be reversed or cancelled.
You can get legal advice before you apply for an enforcement review. Driving with a suspended licence or in an unregistered vehicle may result in more fines.
Revenue NSW can continue enforcement action throughout the life cycle of a fine. If enforcement action is reversed or cancelled, you must make arrangements to deal with the fine.
Contact Revenue NSW.
Make review application
- In most circumstances the matter will be resolved over the phone. If a written application is needed, Revenue NSW will give you more information.
Review of application
Revenue NSW may decide to:
- Reverse or cancel the enforcement action and put the fine on hold to allow you time to consider other review options
- Reverse or cancel the enforcement action if you start a payment plan or consider a Work and Development Order.
- Reject your application.
If your application for review is rejected, you can choose to:
- Pay the fine.
- Seek legal assistance.
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If you do not take action by the due date you may pay more and be stopped from driving or using your car.