Find out below how to look up an infringement notice, pay your fine or lodge a dispute.
- Option 1: Pay online in full, by due date
- Option 2: Election for court hearing
- Option 3: Request the withdrawal of an infringement notice
You have 28 days from the date of issue shown on the infringement notice (or the expiry date of the unpaid Infringement Reminder) to choose one of the options offered.
Unit Fine Process
Units set by State Penalties Enforcement Regulation 2014. Price set by Penalties and Sentences Amendment Regulation (DILGP).
For more information visit State Penalties Enforcement Registry.
Pay the infringement notice
To pay the infringement notice in full, you will need to pay online.
Election for court hearing
You have the right to elect to have this matter dealt with by a Magistrates Court. Your Election for Court must be completed and forwarded to Griffith University by the due date of the infringement notice.
If you are unsuccessful in defending the matter, you may be liable for Griffith University's costs.
Request the withdrawal of an infringement notice
In order to ensure all details of your request to dispute an infringement notice are provided you are required to complete an infringement notice withdrawal request form.
The University may consider withdrawal of an infringement notice if you can demonstrate any of the following occurred at the time of offence:
- Your vehicle broke down and you were unable to move it to a legal position
- You were involved in a medical emergency
- You were issued an infringement notice as the registered owner of a vehicle, that at the time of the offence the vehicle had been sold or stolen, or was under the (permitted) control of another person
- Regulatory signs had been removed or damaged (photographic evidence is required)
- You were issued the infringement notice in error
You will need to provide supporting documentation of any of the above reasons with your request. In the event you are requesting a withdrawal on the basis that you were not the driver at the time of the offence, you will need to provide a statutory declaration to that extent.
- Financial hardship
- Being unaware of the law or not seeing a sign
- Disagreeing with the law (you may feel that the offence for which the infringement notice has been issued is trivial or did not cause a problem to anyone)
- Not having adequate coins for any meter
- Stopping in a restricted zone/disabled bay/University bay only briefly
- Not paying for the time your vehicle was on campus
- Where more than one of the vehicles registered to your virtual permit was on a Griffith University campus