Governance

The University of Western Australia Lands By-Laws: Part 4 – Permits, Parking Permits and Parking Tickets

4.1 The Vice-Chancellor may prescribe categories of Permits, Parking Permits and Parking Tickets.

4.2 The Senate may prescribe fees payable for Permits, Parking Permits and Parking Tickets.

4.3 An Authorised Person may, on the application of any person and payment of the prescribed fee, issue a Permit or Parking Permit to the applicant on the terms the Authorised Person thinks fit.

4.4 An Authorised Person may vary, revoke or suspend a Permit, Parking Permit or Parking Ticket if the holder of it commits a breach of these by-laws or if the specified vehicle is used or parked in breach of these by-laws.

4.5 Permits, Parking Permits and Parking Tickets must be in the form determined by the Vice-Chancellor and must specify on their face—

(a) in the case of Permits or Parking Tickets, the time and date of expiry;
(b) in the case of Parking Permits, the year of currency.

4.6 It is a condition of every Permit, Parking Permit and Parking Ticket, that—

(a) the holder of it or any other person acting under it, does any act authorised by it at their own risk; and
(b) the University, its employees, servants and agents are not liable or responsible in any way whatsoever to any person for the safe custody of any vehicle or its contents.

4.7 A Parking Permit is valid only—

(a) during the year of currency specified on it, unless it is earlier revoked by an Authorised Person; and
(b) if it is displayed by being fixed to the windscreen of the specified vehicle in the manner provided in the instructions attached to the Parking Permit and so that it can be read from outside the vehicle.

4.8 A Parking Ticket is valid only—

(a) if the driver of the vehicle is not the holder of a valid Parking Permit;
(b) until the time and date of expiry specified on it unless it is earlier revoked by an Authorised Person;
(c) if it was issued by a ticket vending machine in the parking area in which the vehicle is parked; and
(d) if it is displayed in accordance with the instructions printed on it and so that it can be read from outside the vehicle.

4.9 A Permit is valid only—

(a) until the time and date of expiry specified on it unless it is earlier revoked by an Authorised Person; and
(b) for the purposes specified in it.

4.10 A Permit or Parking Permit is not transferable.

4.11 The holder of a Parking Permit must notify an Authorised Person in writing within 14 days if that person—

(a) changes the registration number of the specified vehicle; or
(b) disposes of or ceases to be entitled to use the specified vehicle; or
(c) allows the specified vehicle to be driven on the Lands by any other person 

and the Parking Permit may then be revoked.

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