This figure is a flow chart with labelled boxes linked by lines. The flowchart describes the action that you can take if you receive an Overdue Fine from Revenue NSW. Each box in the flow chart contains a hyperlink to further information. The action you take will depend on your responses to each step in the flow chart. The flowchart is described as a list of 10 steps in which possible actions are listed beneath each step.
Step 1. You receive an Overdue Fine from Revenue NSW plus enforcement costs [link to What if I do nothing?]. Possible action:
Step 2. You write to Revenue NSW and ask for a review or apply to postpone/write-off the fine due to serious financial, medical or domestic problems [link to Responding to an overdue fine]. Possible action:
Step 3. Revenue NSW rejects your request [link to Responding to an overdue fine]. Possible action:
Step 4. You do nothing or only pay some of the fine [link to Consequences of an enforcement order]. Possible action:
Step 5. Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) may suspend your driver licence and/or vehicle registration, garnishee your bank account or send a sheriff to seize your goods [link to Consequences of an enforcement order]. Possible action:
Step 6. You receive a Court Attendance Notice (CAN) [link to Flowchart: Going to Court].