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MARINE SAFETY ACT 2010 (NO. 65 OF 2010)


TABLE OF PROVISIONS

   PART 1.1--PURPOSE AND COMMENCEMENT

   1.      Purpose  
   2.      Commencement  

   PART 1.2--INTERPRETATION

   3.      Definitions  
   4.      Meaning of close quarters situation  
   5.      Meaning of unsafe vessel  
   6.      Declaration of waterway managers  
   7.      Declaration of vessels  
   8.      Declarations that certain commercially operated vessels are unsuitable for recreational use  

   PART 1.3--APPLICATION

   9.      Act only applies to certain types of voyages  
   10.     Act does not apply to defence force vessels  
   11.     Interaction with the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004  
   12.     Transport Integration Act 2010  
   13.     Crown to be bound  

   PART 1.4--OBJECTS AND PRINCIPLES

           Division 1--Objects

   14.     Objects  

           Division 2--Principles of marine safety

   15.     Principle of shared responsibility  
   16.     Principle of accountability for managing safety risks  
   17.     Principle of integrated risk management  
   18.     Principle of enforcement  
   19.     Principle of transparency  
   20.     Principle of participation, consultation and involvement of all affected persons  
   21.     Principle of equity of use of Victorian waterways  

           Division 3--Other matters

   22.     Effect of objects and marine safety principles  

   PART 2.1--THE CONCEPT OF ENSURING SAFETY

   23.     The concept of ensuring safety  

   PART 2.2--SAFETY DUTIES OF PORT MANAGEMENT BODIES AND OWNERS OF COMMERCIALLY OPERATED VESSELS

   24.     Duties of port management bodies to ensure safety of marine safety infrastructure operations  
   25.     Duty of owners of commercially operated vessels to ensure safety of vessels, marine safety equipment and operations  

   PART 2.3--SAFETY DUTIES OF MARINE DESIGNERS, MANUFACTURERS AND SUPPLIERS AND MARINE CONTRACTORS

   26.     Safety duties in relation to design, manufacture and supply of vessels  
   27.     Safety duties in relation to design, manufacture and supply of marine safety equipment  
   28.     Duties of suppliers of marine safety infrastructure operations to port management bodies  
   29.     Duties of suppliers of vessel operations to owners of commercial vessels  

   PART 2.4--MARINE SAFETY WORKER DUTIES

   30.     Duties of marine safety workers  

   PART 2.5--SAFETY DUTIES RELATING TO RECREATIONAL VESSEL OPERATIONS

   31.     Masters of recreational vessels must take reasonable care  
   32.     Persons participating in the operation of a recreational vessel must take reasonable care  

   PART 2.6--SAFETY DUTIES OF PASSENGERS ON VESSELS

   33.     Passengers on board vessels must take reasonable care  

   PART 2.7--OTHER MATTERS

   34.     Single charge for multiple contraventions of certain duties  
   35.     Civil liability not affected by Parts 2.2 to 2.6  

   PART 3.1--REGISTRATION OF RECREATIONAL VESSELS

   36.     Purposes of registration  
   37.     Offence if vessel not registered  
   38.     Vessel may be registered in one name only  
   39.     Effecting registration, renewal or transfer  
   40.     Safety Director may impose registration conditions  
   41.     Prescribed conditions on registration  
   42.     Register of registered vessels  
   43.     Safety Director may cancel or suspend registration of a vessel  
   44.     Cancellation of registration by court  

   PART 3.2--LICENSING OF MASTERS OF RECREATIONAL VESSELS

           Division 1--Purposes

   45.     Purposes of licensing  

           Division 2--Offences for unlicensed master of certain classes of registered recreational vessels

   46.     Offence to be a master of registered recreational vessel without a marine licence or in breach of conditions of marine licence  
   47.     Offence to be a master of prescribed type of registered recreational vessel without licence endorsement  
   48.     Offence to be the master of a registered recreational vessel undertaking prescribed activity without licence endorsement  
   49.     Offence to be the master of a regulated hire and drive vessel without a marine licence or in breach of conditions of marine licence  
   50.     Offence to be the master of a prescribed type of regulated hire and drive vessel without licence endorsement  
   51.     Offence to be the master of a regulated hire and drive vessel undertaking prescribed activity without licence endorsement  
   52.     Offence to allow a non-licensed person to be the master of a registered recreational vessel  

           Division 3--General licensing provisions

   53.     General marine licence  
   54.     Restricted marine licence  
   55.     Licence endorsement  
   56.     Safety Director may require a person to undergo testing  

           Division 4--Exemptions from requirement to hold marine licence

   57.     Exemptions applying to licences issued outside Victoria  
   58.     Exemption from licensing requirements for masters of non-engined vessels  

           Division 5--Other licensing offences

   59.     Offence for overseas or interstate operator to fail to comply with the conditions of the licence or certificate  
   60.     Offence to be master of a registered recreational vessel while disqualified etc.  
   61.     Offence not to have marine licence in person's possession  

   PART 3.3--CERTIFICATION OF COMMERCIAL VESSELS AND OPERATION

           Division 1--Safe construction certificates

   62.     Offence to operate or cause or allow a commercially operated vessel to be operated without a safe construction certificate  
   63.     Offence to breach conditions of safe construction certificate  
   64.     Application for safe construction certificate  
   65.     Issue of safe construction certificate by the Safety Director  
   66.     Renewal of safe construction certificate  

           Division 2--Safe operation certificates

   67.     Offence to operate or cause or allow a commercially operated vessel to be operated without a safe operation certificate  
   68.     Offence to breach conditions of safe operation certificate  
   69.     Application for a safe operation certificate  
   70.     Issue of safe operation certificate by the Safety Director  
   71.     Renewal of safe operation certificate  
   72.     Some commercial vessels or hire and drive vessels may be used recreationally  

   PART 3.4--CERTIFICATES OF COMPETENCY AND LOCAL KNOWLEDGE CERTIFICATES

           Division 1--Certificates of competency

   73.     Offence to allow operation of a commercial vessel by persons in breach of crewing and certification requirements  
   74.     Offence to operate vessel without appropriate certificate of competency  
   75.     Offence not to comply with conditions of certificate of competency  
   76.     Owner must not direct, cause or allow person to operate vessel in breach of certificate condition  
   77.     Application for, and renewal of, certificate of competency  
   78.     Issue and renewal of certificates of competency by the Safety Director  
   79.     Application to vary conditions of certificate of competency  

           Division 2--Local knowledge certificates

   80.     Offence to navigate vessel without local knowledge certificate in waters requiring certificate  
   81.     Declaration in relation to waters requiring local knowledge certificates for navigation in those waters  
   82.     Application for local knowledge certificates  
   83.     Issue of local knowledge certificate  
   84.     Renewal of local knowledge certificate  

   PART 3.5--VESSEL OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS

           Division 1--Unsafe vessels

   85.     Detention of unsafe vessels  
   86.     Offences in relation to load lines  

           Division 2--Dangerous operation and acts

   87.     Dangerous operation of a recreational vessel, government vessel or hire and drive vessel  
   88.     Acts tending to endanger vessel or crew  

           Division 3--Other operational requirements

   89.     Tampering with a vessel  
   90.     Distress signals  
   91.     Assistance to people in distress  
   92.     Offence to fail to comply with direction of Safety Director regarding removal of vessel  

           Division 4--Reporting of incidents

   93.     Reporting requirements in relation to reportable incidents  
   94.     Reporting of reportable incidents to Safety Director  

           Division 5--Compliance with International Conventions
           Subdivision

           1--Interpretation
   95.     Definitions  
           Subdivision
           2--Prevention of Collisions Convention
   96.     Regulations giving effect to Prevention of Collisions Convention  

              Subdivision 3--Safety
              Convention

   97.     Regulations giving effect to Safety Convention  
           Subdivision
           4--General
   98.     Regulations under this Division  
   99.     Authority of Governor in Council to make regulations in relation to powers under Conventions  
   100.    Safety Director may allow other fitting, material etc.  

   PART 3.6--MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS

   101.    Person not to be found guilty as owner and master in respect of same circumstances  
   102.    Offence to supply vessel which does not comply with Australian Builders Plate Standard  

   PART 4.1--INTERPRETATION

   103.    Definitions  

   PART 4.2--IMPOUNDMENT, IMMOBILISATION AND FORFEITURE OF RECREATIONAL VESSELS

           Division 1--Part does not affect other penalties

   104.    Part does not affect other penalties  

           Division 2--Impoundment and immobilisation of recreational vessels

   105.    Powers of police  
   106.    Seizure of recreational vessel  
   107.    Surrender of recreational vessel  
   108.    Impoundment or immobilisation of a recreational vessel  
   109.    Authorised persons  
   110.    Notice to master, owner or registered person  
   111.    Content of notice  
   112.    Review by a senior police officer  
   113.    Release of recreational vessel by Victoria Police  
   114.    Appeal rights  
   115.    Offences  
   116.    Recovery of recreational vessel  
   117.    Crown to pay costs if master found not guilty or charges not proceeded with  

           Division 3--Impoundment, immobilisation or forfeiture of recreational vessels by court order

   118.    Impoundment or immobilisation order  
   119.    Forfeiture order  
   120.    Application for an impoundment or immobilisation order or a forfeiture order  
   121.    Notice of application  
   122.    Interest in recreational vessel not to be transferred  
   123.    Notice in case of 2 or more charges  
   124.    Direction not to transfer registration or register recreational vessel  
   125.    Safety Director not to transfer registration or register recreational vessel  
   126.    Cessation of direction under this Act does not affect any suspension  
   127.    Hearing of application  
   128.    Application for variation of order  
   129.    When order takes effect  
   130.    Police powers  
   131.    Liability for costs of impoundment or immobilisation  
   132.    Ownership rights  
   133.    Third party protection from forfeiture order  

           Division 4--Search and seizure warrants

   134.    Application for search and seizure warrant  
   135.    Search and seizure warrant  
   136.    Record of proceedings for search and seizure warrant  
   137.    Announcement before entry  
   138.    Copy of search and seizure warrant to be given to occupier  
   139.    Use of assistants to execute search and seizure warrant  
   140.    Application of Magistrates' Court Act 1989  
   141.    Expiry of search and seizure warrant  
   142.    Report on execution of search and seizure warrant  
   143.    Obstruction or hindrance of person executing search and seizure warrant  

           Division 5--Disposal of recreational vessels

   144.    Sale or disposal of uncollected recreational vessels and items  
   145.    Sale or disposal of recreational vessel subject to forfeiture order  
   146.    Application of proceeds of sale  
   147.    Disposal of recreational vessel, item or thing subject to disposal order  
   148.    Notice to be given of intention to apply for disposal order  
   149.    Application for disposal order  
   150.    Hearing of application for and making of disposal order  
   151.    Application of proceeds of sale  

           Division 6--Miscellaneous

   152.    Service of notices under this Part  

   PART 4.3--PROHIBITION OF USE OF RECREATIONAL VESSELS AND HIRE AND DRIVE VESSELS

           Division 1--Part does not affect other penalties

   153.    Part does not affect other penalties  

           Division 2--Embargo notices and prohibition directions

   154.    Power to issue embargo notices  
   155.    Police power to prohibit operation of vessels  

   PART 4.4--MARINE INFRINGEMENTS

   156.    Infringement notices  
   157.    Person may be required to state name and address  
   158.    Payment of penalty  

   PART 4.5--GENERAL ENFORCEMENT POWERS

   159.    Powers of entry in relation to lights  
   160.    Arrest without warrant  
   161.    Police power to move vessel or require vessel to be moved  
   162.    Master of a vessel must obey directions etc.  

   PART 4.6--DISCIPLINARY ACTION

           Division 1--Interpretation

   163.    Definitions  

           Division 2--Disciplinary action by Safety Director

   164.    When Safety Director must take disciplinary action against a person holding a permission  
   165.    When Safety Director may take disciplinary action against person holding a permission  
   166.    Disciplinary actions that may be taken by Safety Director against a person holding a permission  
   167.    Procedure for taking disciplinary action against a person holding a permission  
   168.    Suspension of permission  
   169.    Effect of suspension of permission  
   170.    Return of permission record  

           Division 3--Court based sanctions

   171.    Power of court to cancel or suspend marine licences  
   172.    Effect of suspension of licence  
   173.    Adverse publicity order  

   PART 4.7--OWNER ONUS

   174.    Purpose of Part  
   175.    Definitions  
   176.    Owner onus offences  
   177.    Effect of payment of penalty etc.  
   178.    Use of effective statement to avoid liability  
   179.    Cancellation of acceptance of statement  
   180.    Proceedings against nominated persons  
   181.    Defences to owner onus offences  
   182.    Offence to provide false or misleading information  

   PART 5.1--WATERWAY RULES

           Division 1--Interpretation

   183.    Definitions  

           Division 2--The Safety Director's power to make waterway rules

   184.    Making of waterway rules  
   185.    Safety Director may make a rule that is consequential to a rule request  
   186.    Waterway rules to be made on request or on initiative of Safety Director  
   187.    Matters that must be considered in making a rule  
   188.    Reasons must be given for making or not making a rule  
   189.    Operation and commencement of a waterway rule  
   190.    Rules to be published on Safety Director's Internet site  
   191.    Safety Director must assess appropriateness of urgent safety rule  
   192.    Consultation for the purpose of assessing appropriateness of urgent safety rule  

           Division 3--Procedure in relation to request for making of waterway rules

   193.    Initial consideration and advice by Safety Director in relation to certain requests  
   194.    Requests for waterway rules  
   195.    Consultation by Safety Director on proposed rules  
   196.    Port management bodies, local port managers and waterway manager must consult before requesting rule  

           Division 4--Compliance with waterway rules

   197.    Offence not to comply with waterway rules  
   198.    Offences of waterway rule contraventions relating to vessel operation are owner onus offences  

   PART 5.2--STANDARDS FOR NAVIGATION AIDS AND DREDGING

   199.    Determination of the standards for navigation aids and dredging and maintenance of channels  
   200.    Consultation required before making a determination  
   201.    Matters that must be considered in making a determination  
   202.    Offence to fail to comply with standard determined under this Part  

   PART 5.3--BOATING ACTIVITY EXEMPTIONS AND EXCLUSION ZONES

           Division 1--Boating activity exemptions

   203.    Declarations to exempt boating activity on certain waters from Act or regulations  
   204.    Safety Director to be given copy of declaration application and proposed declaration  
   205.    Effect of a declaration  
   206.    Exemption from compliance with Act, regulations or Port Management Act 1995  
   207.    Compliance with declarations that modify or provide for other requirements to apply  

           Division 2--Activity exclusion zones

   208.    Activity exclusion zones  
   209.    Safety Director to be given proposed notice creating activity exclusion zone  
   210.    Compliance with activity exclusion zones  

   PART 5.4--REGULATION OF OTHER ACTIVITIES ON CERTAIN WATERS

   211.    Control of navigation etc. in the vicinity of works carried out on, over or under waters  
   212.    Safety Director to be given proposed notice relating to regulation of waters around works  
   213.    Compliance with a direction of applicable regulatory entity  
   214.    Compliance with notice  
   215.    Emergency directions  

   PART 5.5--WATERWAY MANAGEMENT

   216.    Functions and powers of waterway managers  
   217.    Delegation powers of waterway managers  
   218.    Indemnity for waterway managers  
   219.    Safety Director may develop code of practice for waterway management  

   PART 6.1--REQUIREMENTS FOR ENGAGEMENT OF LICENSED HARBOUR MASTERS

   220.    Certain entities must engage harbour masters  
   221.    Identity cards  

   PART 6.2--LICENSING OF HARBOUR MASTERS

   222.    Person must not act as a harbour master without harbour master licence  
   223.    Application for harbour master licence  
   224.    Grant of harbour master licence  
   225.    Application by harbour master for variation of conditions of harbour master licence  
   226.    Variation of condition of harbour master licence by Safety Director following application  
   227.    Imposition or variation of condition of a harbour master licence by Safety Director  
   228.    Requirement as to notification of licence condition  

   PART 6.3--ASSISTANT HARBOUR MASTERS

   229.    Authorisation to act as assistant harbour master  

   PART 6.4--FUNCTIONS AND POWERS OF HARBOUR MASTERS

   230.    Functions of harbour masters  
   231.    Powers of harbour masters  
   232.    Power of harbour masters to give written and oral directions  
   233.    Specific provisions as to directions relating to the entry and removal of vessels  
   234.    General provisions relating to harbour master directions  
   235.    Amendment and revocation of directions  
   236.    Harbour master may carry out direction  
   237.    Offence to fail to comply with direction or obstruct, harbour master  

   PART 6.5--OTHER MATTERS

   238.    Protection from liability  

   PART 7.1--PROVISION OF PILOTAGE SERVICES

   239.    Offence to provide pilotage services without registration  
   240.    Application for registration as a pilotage services provider  
   241.    Registration as a pilotage service provider  
   242.    Duration of registration  
   243.    Certificates of registration  
   244.    Register of pilotage service providers  
   245.    Requirement to notify the Safety Director of changes to registration information  
   246.    Records to be kept  
   247.    Offence to fail to comply with safety standards  

   PART 7.2--PILOTS

           Division 1--General requirement to use pilots

   248.    Offence not to use a pilot  
   249.    Offence to act as a pilot without a pilot licence or pilot exemption  

           Division 2--Declaration of pilot required waters

   250.    Declaration  

           Division 3--Pilot licences

   251.    Application for pilot licence  
   252.    Grant of pilot licence  

           Division 4--Pilot exemptions

   253.    Application for pilot exemption  
   254.    Grant of pilot exemption  
   255.    Effect of pilot exemption  
   256.    Renewal of pilot exemption  

   PART 7.3--MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS

   257.    Liability of pilots and pilotage service providers  

   PART 8.1--ADMINISTRATION OF ACT

           Division 1--The Safety Director

   258.    Functions of the Safety Director  
   259.    Powers of the Safety Director  
   260.    Exemptions  
   261.    Provision or maintenance of navigation aids by Safety Director  
   262.    Safety Director may cause vessel to be boarded, moved, secured or operated in certain cases  
   263.    Recovery of costs  
   264.    Inquiries into marine safety matters  
   265.    Extension of suspension pending inquiry  
   266.    Accountability for damage  
   267.    Order to remove obstructions in navigable waters  
   268.    Safety Director may remove obstructions to navigation  
   269.    Power to prohibit operation of particular vessel  

           Division 2--Functions and powers of other entities

   270.    Chief Commissioner of Police may disclose reportable incidents to Safety Director  
   271.    Acquisition of land  

   PART 8.2--CODES OF PRACTICE

   272.    Codes of practice—safety duties  
   273.    Revisions to approved codes of practice  
   274.    Revocation of approvals of codes of practice  
   275.    Availability of approved codes of practice  
   276.    Minister may consult before approving code of practice or revision to code of practice  
   277.    Effect of approved code of practice  
   278.    Tabling and disallowance of approved codes of practice  

   PART 8.3--MARINE ENFORCEMENT POLICY

   279.    Safety Director to develop, maintain and review Marine Enforcement Policy  
   280.    Safety Director must co-ordinate and support implementation  
   281.    Safety Director must consult when developing or reviewing Marine Enforcement policy  
   282.    Content of Marine Enforcement Policy  
   283.    Marine Enforcement Policy to be had regard to  

   PART 8.4--OFFENCES BY BODIES CORPORATE

   284.    Imputing conduct to bodies corporate  
   285.    Liability of officers of bodies corporate  

   PART 8.5--OFFENCES BY PARTNERSHIPS AND UNINCORPORATED BODIES OR ASSOCIATIONS

   286.    Liability of officers of partnerships and unincorporated bodies or associations  

   PART 8.6--PROCEEDINGS AGAINST THE CROWN

   287.    Responsible agency for the Crown  

   PART 8.7--REVIEW OF DECISIONS

   288.    Definitions  
   289.    Internal review  
   290.    Review by VCAT  

   PART 8.8--COURT PROCESSES

   291.    Jurisdiction  
   292.    Power to prosecute  
   293.    Evidence of speed  
   294.    General evidentiary provisions  
   295.    Evidence  
   296.    Act presumed to apply to vessels  
   297.    Seizure and sale of vessel and equipment  
   298.    Summary jurisdiction in indictable offences  

   PART 8.9--MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS

   299.    Effect of compliance with regulations or approved codes of practice  
   300.    Nationally Agreed Standards  
   301.    Forgery etc. of documents and identification marks  
   302.    Offence to interfere etc. with navigation aid  
   303.    Offence to obstruct authorised person  
   304.    Offence to offer or accept bribes  
   305.    Obtaining licence etc. by false statements  
   306.    Disclosure of information  
   307.    Safety Director may vary or cancel permission record to correct error or omission  
   308.    Service  

   PART 8.10--REGULATIONS

           Division 1--General regulation-making powers

   309.    General regulation-making powers  

           Division 2--Fees, rates and charges

   310.    Fees, rates and charges  
   311.    Fees for waterway managers  
   312.    Fee for boating facilities and safety education  

   PART 9.1--DEFINITIONS

   313.    Definitions  

   PART 9.2--OPERATIVE PROVISIONS

   314.    General transitional provision  
   315.    Savings and transitional regulations  
   316.    Hoon boating provisions re-enacted  
   317.    Declaration of waterway managers  
   318.    Declaration of vessels  
   319.    Determinations in relation to requirements to use a pilot taken to be declaration of pilot required waters  
   320.    Registered vessels  
   321.    Applications for registration of vessels  
   322.    Applications for the renewal or transfer of the registration of a vessel  
   323.    Suspensions of registration of vessels  
   324.    Processes for suspensions of registrations of vessels  
   325.    Processes for cancellations of registrations of vessels  
   326.    Prohibitions in relation to operation of particular vessels  
   327.    Operator licences  
   328.    Personal watercraft endorsements  
   329.    Applications for operator licences  
   330.    Applications for personal watercraft endorsements  
   331.    Renewals of operator licences  
   332.    Variations to operator licences on initiative of Director  
   333.    Variations to personal watercraft endorsements on application by holder of a personal watercraft endorsement  
   334.    Variations to personal watercraft endorsements on initiative of Director  
   335.    Requests for cancellation of personal watercraft endorsements  
   336.    Suspension of operator licences  
   337.    Processes for suspensions of operator licences  
   338.    Processes for cancellations of operator licences  
   339.    Processes for revocation of personal watercraft endorsements  
   340.    Court suspensions of operator licences  
   341.    Disqualifications from obtaining operator licences  
   342.    Waterway rules  
   343.    Boating activities  
   344.    Harbour master identity cards  
   345.    Harbour master licences  
   346.    Applications for harbour master licences  
   347.    Authorisation of assistant harbour masters  
   348.    Written directions of harbour masters  
   349.    Pilotage services provider registration  
   350.    Register of pilotage services providers  
   351.    Pilot licences  
   352.    Applications for pilot licences  
   353.    Pilot exemptions  
   354.    Applications for pilot exemptions  
   355.    Local knowledge certificates  
   356.    Applications for local knowledge certificates  
   357.    Specified standards of the Director  
   358.    Specified approvals and determinations of the Director  
   359.    Exemptions of Director  
   360.    Certificates of competency  
   361.    Applications for certificates of competency  
   362.    Certificates of survey  
   363.    Investigations by Director  
   364.    Investigations by inspectors  
   365.    Improvement notices  
   366.    Prohibition notices  
   367.    Internal reviews in relation to applications  
   368.    Appeals commenced in relation to refusal of applications in relation to licences and endorsements  
   369.    Appeals commenced in relation to decisions to suspend or cancel operator licences or revoke endorsements  
   370.    Appeals commenced in relation to decisions to vary operator licences or vary conditions on licences or endorsements  
   371.    Appeals against disqualifications by order of a court  
   372.    Appeals against cancellation or suspension of operator licence by order of a court  
   373.    Delegations of waterway managers  
   374.    References to Director to be read as references to Safety Director  

   PART 10.1--MARINE ACT 1988

           Division 1--Change of name of Act and amendment of preliminary provisions

   375.    Change of name of Act  
   376.    Section 1 substituted—Purposes of Act  
   377.    Definitions  

           Division 2--Amendment of Part 4

   378.    Interpretation  
   379.    Offences involving alcohol or other drugs  
   380.    Provisions about cancellation and disqualification  
   381.    Immediate suspension of operator licence in certain circumstances  
   382.    Appeal to court against suspension of operator licence  
   383.    Section 29 substituted  
   384.    Preliminary breath testing stations  
   385.    Breath analysis  
   386.    Blood samples taken in certain cases  
   387.    Evidentiary provisions—blood tests  
   388.    Evidentiary provisions—breath tests  
   389.    Avoidance of certain provisions in contracts of insurance  

           Division 3--Consequential amendments

   390.    Repeal of various parts and provisions  
   391.    Part 8 consequential amendments  
   392.    Part 9 consequential amendments  
   393.    Further consequential amendments  

   PART 10.2--TRANSPORT (COMPLIANCE AND MISCELLANEOUS) ACT 1983

   394.    Definitions  
   395.    Amendment of section 82C—Application of definitions to this Part  
   396.    Amendment of section 84 and repeal of section 84A—Specific investigation powers  
   397.    Amendment of section 228S—Definitions  
   398.    New section 228WA inserted  
   399.    Amendment of section 228Z—Power of entry  
   400.    Amendment of section 228ZB—General inspection, inquiry and search powers  
   401.    New section 228ZBA inserted  
   402.    Amendment of section 228ZC—Securing a site  
   403.    Amendment of section 228ZE—Seizure power  
   404.    Amendment of section 228ZF—Use of equipment to examine or process things  
   405.    Amendment of section 228ZG—Search warrant  
   406.    Amendment of section 228ZI—Announcement before entry  
   407.    Amendment of section 228ZJ—Copy of warrant to be given to occupier  
   408.    Amendment of section 228ZK—Power to require production of documents and related items  
   409.    Amendment of section 228ZM—Direction to provide certain information  
   410.    New section 228ZNA inserted  
   411.    Amendment of section 228ZP—Securing seized things  
   412.    Amendment of section 228ZT—Receipt for seized things  
   413.    Amendment of section 228ZW—Magistrates' Court may extend period  
   414.    Amendment of section 228ZZ—Use of force  
   415.    Amendment of section 228ZZA—Use or seizure of electronic equipment  
   416.    Amendment of section 228ZZJ—Prohibition notice  
   417.    Amendment of section 228ZZN—Certificates  

   PART 10.3--PORT MANAGEMENT ACT 1995

   418.    Definitions  
   419.    Other consequential amendments  

   PART 10.4--CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS TO OTHER ACTS

   420.    Consequential amendments  
   421.    Repeal of Part and Schedule 3  
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