Get an extraordinary licence
Extraordinary licence applications can be made for any court imposed disqualification. An immediate disqualification period is not a court imposed disqualification. While a person is subject to an Immediate disqualification period they are ineligible to make an application for an extraordinary licence.
To reduce the possibility for extraordinary licences to be used in a misrepresented or fraudulent manner a form and plastic extraordinary licence has been introduced.
There are minimum wait periods before any extraordinary licence application can be made (or heard) by a Court and this is determined by the number and nature of the offence(s).
For further information visit the Magistrates Court of Western Australia website for more information.
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