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If a 7-day notice has expired

If a 7 day notice expire and the sheriff has not yet taken any action, a person can still apply for enforcement review or to enter the Work and development permit scheme (WDP).

If a 7 day notice expired before the Fines Reform Act 2014 commenced on 31 December 2017 and the sheriff has not yet taken any action (including to seize and remove property), a person can still apply for enforcement review or to enter the Work and development permit scheme (WDP).

If their 7 day notice expired after this date, enforcement review and WDP applications cannot be made after the 7 day notice has expired.

See ss. 32(4)(a) and 10B(2)(a)—Fines Reform Act 2014 (Vic).

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