Administrative Offences Law, 1985
1. (a) The Minister of Justice may determine by regulations that an offence against a provision enacted by any of the Laws enumerated in the Schedule or by regulations under any such Law, other than a felony, shall be an offence for which a fine may be imposed administratively (hereinafter referred to as an 'administrative offence'). The determination may be general or subject to conditions or restrictions. (b) Regulations under subsection (a) shall require the consent of the Minister charged with the implementation of the Law creating the offence and the approval of the Constitution, Legislation and Juridical Committee of the Knesset (hereinafter referred to as 'the Committee'). (c) Where it is determined by regulations under subsection (a) that a particular offence shall be an administrative offence, the provisions of this Law shall apply also to an offence as aforesaid committed before the coming into force of the regulations, provided that, if an information has been filed, the trial has not yet begun.
2. (a) Regulations under section 1 shall prescribe for each administrative offence the fine which may be imposed administratively (hereinafter referred to as an 'administrative fine'). An administrative fine may be determinate or indeterminate.
(b) A determinate administrative fine may be fixed (1) at a determinate amount; (2) at a rate calculated in such manner or by such method as may be prescribed by regulations (such rate hereinafter referred to as a 'rate'); (3) at a determinate amount or at a rate, whichever is the higher; (4) at both a determinate amount and a rate.
(c) A determinate administrative fine may be fixed at different amounts or rates in respect of bodies corporate, continuing administrative offences, and recurrent administrative offences. For this purpose, 'recurrent