NOTICE OF DEFAULT

BETWEEN OF Senior Constable Iva Radar, Smithville Traffic Management Unit 1 Copper Street Smithville VIC 3333 John Smith 10 Smith Street Smithville VIC 3333 May 5th 2006

AND OF DATED:

ON THE MATTER Alleged Infringement No. 000012345 Know all men that I, John Smith of 10 Smith street, Smithville in the State of Victoria, in the Commonwealth of Australia, did on the 27th day of February 2006 make a Conditional Acceptance of the claim by Senior Constable Iva Radar and VICTORIA POLICE that the speed measuring radar device used to allegedly record the speed of my automobile on 10th February 2006 conforms to the National Measurements Act 1960 in respect of its use for the taking of measurements for any legal purpose. The claim by Senior Constable Iva Radar and VICTORIA POLICE was accepted for value on the basis that Senior Constable Iva Radar and VICTORIA POLICE provide within 28 days, a sworn Affidavit and supporting documentation substantiating that the speed measuring radar device used to allegedly record the speed of my automobile on 10th February 2006 conforms to the National Measurements Act 1960 in respect of their use for making measurements for any legal purpose. As Senior Constable Iva Radar and VICTORIA POLICE, being fully aware of the terms of the Conditional Acceptance, failed to provide any documentary evidence in support of their claim within the time period specified, they have defaulted in respect of their claim and have admitted and agreed to the terms of the Conditional Acceptance tendered, notwithstanding any unsubstantiated denials that may be made by them that the speed measuring radar device does not comply with the National Measurements Act 1960 when used for any legal purpose. Wherefore I now, in the presence of a Justice of the Peace, acknowledge and accept the default by Senior Constable Iva Radar and VICTORIA POLICE as agreement, settlement and closure between the parties.

Dated this……………….day of ………………………2006 Signed……………………………... Before me…………………………. A Justice of the Peace