An infringement notice, or fine, is a penalty for breaking the law. In Victoria offences for which fines can be issued are covered by more than 60 acts and are administered by a range of state and local government agencies, including universities and hospitals. Traffic, parking and transport-related offences are the most common.
Provides information about the Victorian infringements process.
The Infringements Court is a venue of the Magistrates' Court, and deals with the processing and enforcement of unpaid infringement notices.