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Author Australian Law Reform Commission.

Title Principled regulation : report : federal civil & administrative penalties in Australia
Published Sydney : Australian Law Reform Commission, 2002

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Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 MELB  KL 176 Aus/Rep  2002/95  AVAILABLE
Description 1043 pages ; 25 cm
regular print
Series Report / Australian Law Reform Commission ; 95
Report (Australian Law Reform Commission) ; 95
Report (Australian Law Reform Commission) ; 95
Contents 1. The inquiry -- Part A - Penalties in Australian government regulation -- 2. The nature of penalties -- 3. The purposes of penalties -- 4. Fault and the criminal/non-criminal distinction -- 5. Overview of federal regulators -- 6. The tools of regulation -- Part B - Corporate responsibility -- 7. Corporate responsibility -- 8. Liability of corporate officers -- Part C - Enforcement Options -- 9. Regulators and the DPP -- 10. Regulators' enforcement policies -- 11. Multiple proceedings and multiple penalties -- 12. Infringement notices -- 13. Customs prosecutions -- Part D - Procedures and protections -- 14. Procedural fairness -- 15. Elements of fairness -- 16. Fairness in dealings with regulators -- 17. Leniency and immunity -- 18. Privilege against self-incrimination -- 19. Legal professional privilege -- 20. Accountability - appeal and review -- 21. Review of decisions imposing quasi-penalties -- 22. Excluding or limiting review -- 23. Review of other decisions by regulators -- 24. Other sources of accountability -- Part E - Setting penalties -- 25. Penalty theory and penalty setting -- 26. Monetary penalties in legislation -- 27. Non-monetary penalties -- 28. Tailored penalties for corporations -- 29. Guidelines for setting penalties -- 30. Penalties in individual cases -- Part F - Recovery of penalties -- 31. Recovery of monetary penalties -- 32. Insolvency -- 33. Costs of investigation -- Appendix A - List of submissions -- Table of legislation -- Table of cases -- Index
Summary The distinction between criminal and non-criminal (civil) penalty law and procedure is significant and adds to the subtlety of regulatory law. This Report finds that the distinction should be maintained and, where necessary, reinforced
Notes "Commission reference: ALRC 95"--verso of title-page
"This report reflects the law as at 31 October 2002."--verso of title-page
"Report 95, December 2002"--Cover
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Also available online via the World Wide Web
Commonwealth of Australia 2002
In Report (Australian Law Reform Commission ) no:95
Subject Sanctions, Administrative -- Australia.
Law enforcemenrt -- Australia
Law enforcement -- Australia.
Civil penalties -- Australia.
Author Australia. Law Reform Commission.
LC no. 2003374234
ISBN 0642502706
Other Titles Principled regulation : federal civil and administrative penalties in Australia
ALRC 95 Civil and Administrative Penalties : Civil and Administrative Penalties in Australian Federal Regulation