It is an offence under City of Darwin By-Law 101 to display a vehicle for sale in a public place.
The By-Law defininition is as follows:
101 Vehicles, &c., for sale in public place
(1) A person who, without a permit, displays or exposes for sale any vehicle, boat or motor boat in, on or over a public place or outside any premises adjoining a public place commits an offence.
(2) An offence under clause (1) is a regulatory offence.
A public place is defined in the Darwin City Council By-Laws
(a) every place to which free access is permitted to the public, with the express or tacit consent of the owner or occupier of the place;
(b) every place to which the public are admitted on payment of money, the test of the admittance being the payment of the money only;
(c) every road, street, footway, court, alley, thoroughfare or cul-de-sac which the public are allowed to use, notwithstanding that the road, street, footway, court, alley or thoroughfare may be formed on private property; and
(d) land reserved under a law of the Territory for the use of the public or a member of the public.
For enquiries regarding to sale of vehicles in a public place please call us on 08 8930 0638
To make a report of a vehicle advertised in a public place please call 08 8930 600