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New Law: Pay Cash – Half Price

The Croatian government today is debating a new law which is set to be passed through parliament. Changes to the Magistrates Act will mean that citizens who pay infringements on the spot will receive a discount on the penalty.

50% off the total fine if the fine is paid in cash on the spot, whilst those who pay within 8 days get a discount of two-thirds of the total amount. A register of fine evaders will be also set up under the new law.

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