Infringement notices and demerit points

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Permit condition as set out in the WPA Rule Demerit points
29(2) The holder of the permit must:  
  1. unless the Secretary is satisfied that exceptional circumstances exist — give the Secretary at least 10 business days' notice in the approved form before a person enters the Woomera Prohibited Area under the permit; and
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  1. ensure that persons in the Woomera Prohibited Area under the permit are aware of the conditions to which the permit is subject; and
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  1. take all reasonable steps to ensure:
    1. that persons in the Woomera Prohibited Area under the permit comply with the conditions of the permit; and
    2. that persons who are subject to the holder's control are not at places in the Woomera Prohibited Area without permission to be at those places.
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29(3) A person in the Woomera Prohibited Area under the permit must not:  
  1. be at a place that is not covered by the permit; or
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  1. be in a zone during an exclusion period for the zone; or
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  1. carry out activities other than those for which the permit was issued; or
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  1. intentionally remove, touch, interfere or tamper with any Commonwealth equipment, material or installation; or
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  1. enter any area:
    1. enclosed by the Commonwealth with wire or other material; or
    2. protected by an APS employee or a person acting on behalf of the Commonwealth; or

 
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  1. without the written approval of the Minister or in contravention of any conditions in the approval — have in his or her possession, or operate, an unmanned aerial vehicle; or
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  1. erect a building or any other structure that is more than 7.5 metres high without the written approval of the Minister; or
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  1. without the written approval of the Minister — have in his or her possession a firearm or explosives.
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29(4) A person in the Woomera Prohibited Area under the permit must:  
  1. have ready access to communications equipment in good working order in accordance with the permit; and
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  1. if the person erects a building or any other structure approved by the Minister — notify the Minister as soon as practicable after the building or structure has been erected; and
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  1. comply with all reasonable directions in relation to the Woomera Prohibited Area given to the person by:
    1. a member of the Defence Force; or
    2. an APS employee in the Department; and
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  1. inform the Secretary as soon as practicable if the person finds any war materiel; and
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  1. comply with all applicable laws of the Commonwealth and South Australia relating to safety, security, native title, heritage and culture.
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31(2) The holder of the permit must take all reasonable steps to ensure:  
  1. that each person who enters the Woomera Prohibited Area under the permit:
    1. is approved by the Secretary under section 32 as an approved person; or
    2. is an escorted person; and
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  1. that at all times during which the person is in the Woomera Prohibited Area under the permit, the person:
    1. complies with any applicable conditions specified in the approval or the permit; and
    2. has in his or her possession written proof of the person's identity that includes a photograph of the person; and
    3. if the person is an escorted person — is accompanied by an approved person.

 
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35   Escorted persons 5
36   Conditions applying to permits issued to bodies corporate 5
37   Other conditions in permits or conditions imposed later 5