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CRIMES ACT 1914

Table of Provisions

PART I--PRELIMINARY

  • 1 Short title  
  • 3 Interpretation  
  • 3AA State offences that have a federal aspect  
  • 3A Operation of Act  
  • 3B Arrangements with States, Australian Capital Territory and Northern Territory  
  • 3BA Application of the Criminal Code  

PART IAA--SEARCH, INFORMATION GATHERING, ARREST AND RELATED POWERS (OTHER THAN POWERS UNDER DELAYED NOTIFICATION SEARCH WARRANTS)

Division 1--Preliminary

  • 3C Interpretation  
  • 3CAA Account-based data  
  • 3CA Nature of functions of magistrate  
  • 3D Application of Part  

Division 2--Search warrants

  • 3E When search warrants can be issued  
  • 3F The things that are authorised by a search warrant  
  • 3G Availability of assistance and use of force in executing a warrant  
  • 3H Details of warrant to be given to occupier etc.  
  • 3J Specific powers available to constables executing warrant  
  • 3JA Extension of time to re-enter premises in emergency situations  
  • 3K Use of equipment to examine or process things  
  • 3L Use of electronic equipment at premises  
  • 3LAA Use of electronic equipment at other place  
  • 3LA Person with knowledge of a computer or a computer system to assist access etc.  
  • 3LB Accessing data held on certain premises--notification to occupier of that premises  
  • 3M Compensation for damage to equipment  
  • 3N Copies of seized things to be provided  
  • 3P Occupier entitled to be present during search  
  • 3Q Receipts for things seized under warrant or moved  
  • 3R Warrants by telephone or other electronic means  
  • 3S Restrictions on personal searches  
  • 3SA Relationship of this Division to parliamentary privileges and immunities  

Division 3--Stopping and searching conveyances

  • 3T Searches without warrant in emergency situations  
  • 3U How a constable exercises a power under section 3T  

Division 3A--Powers in relation to terrorist acts and terrorism offences

Subdivision A--Definitions
  • 3UA Definitions  
  • Subdivision B--Powers
  • 3UB Application of Subdivision  
  • 3UC Requirement to provide name etc.  
  • 3UD Stopping and searching  
  • 3UE Seizure of terrorism related items and serious offence related items  
  • 3UEA Emergency entry to premises without warrant  
  • 3UF Seizure notices  
  • 3UH Relationship of Subdivision to other laws  
  • Subdivision C--Prescribed security zones
  • 3UI Applications for declarations  
  • 3UJ Minister may make declarations  
  • Subdivision CA--Reporting on exercise of powers under this Division
  • 3UJA Report after powers are exercised  
  • 3UJB Annual report on exercise of powers  
  • Subdivision D--Sunset provision
  • 3UK Sunset provision  

Division 3B--Powers to require identity information at airports

3UL. Definitions--Division 3B  
  • 3UM Identity information at airports--requirements  
  • 3UN Identity information at airports--offences relating to section 3UM  

Division 4--Arrest and related matters

  • 3V Requirement to furnish name etc.  
  • 3W Power of arrest without warrant by constables  
  • 3WA Constables' power of arrest without warrant for a terrorism offence or offence of advocating terrorism  
  • 3X Arrest of prisoner unlawfully at large  
  • 3Y Power of arrest without warrant of person on bail  
  • 3Z Power of arrest without warrant by other persons  
  • 3ZA Warrants for arrest  
  • 3ZB Power to enter premises to arrest offender  
  • 3ZC Use of force in making arrest  
  • 3ZD Persons to be informed of grounds of arrest  
  • 3ZE Power to conduct a frisk search of an arrested person  
  • 3ZF Power to conduct an ordinary search of an arrested person  
  • 3ZG Power to conduct search of arrested person's premises  
  • 3ZH Power to conduct an ordinary search or a strip search  
  • 3ZI Rules for conduct of strip search  
  • 3ZJ Taking fingerprints, recordings, samples of handwriting or photographs  
  • 3ZK Destruction of identification material  
  • 3ZL Offence of refusing to allow identification material to be taken  
  • 3ZM Identification parades  
  • 3ZN Identification parades for suspects under 18 etc.  
  • 3ZO Identification by means of photographs  
  • 3ZP Identification procedures where there is more than one suspect  
  • 3ZQ Descriptions  

Division 4A--Determining a person's age

Subdivision A--Preliminary
  • 3ZQA Definitions  
  • Subdivision B--Determination of age during investigation
  • 3ZQB Circumstances where investigating official may seek authority to carry out a prescribed procedure  
  • 3ZQC Obtaining of consents for the carrying out of a prescribed procedure  
  • 3ZQD Withdrawal of consent  
  • 3ZQE Recording of giving of information about carrying out a prescribed procedure and relevant responses  
  • Subdivision C--Determination of age during proceedings
  • 3ZQF Circumstances where judge or magistrate may order carrying out of a prescribed procedure on own initiative  
  • Subdivision D--Communication of orders by judges or magistrates
  • 3ZQG Orders made by judges or magistrates concerning carrying out of a prescribed procedure  
  • Subdivision E--Matters relating to the carrying out of prescribed procedures
  • 3ZQH Appropriate medical or other standards to be applied  
  • 3ZQI Reasonable and necessary force  
  • Subdivision F--Disclosure and destruction of age determination information
  • 3ZQJ Disclosure of age determination information  
  • 3ZQK Destruction of age determination information  

Division 4B--Power to obtain information and documents

Subdivision A--Definitions
  • 3ZQL Definition  
  • Subdivision B--Power to request information or documents about terrorist acts from operators of aircraft or ships
  • 3ZQM Power to request information or documents about terrorist acts from operators of aircraft or ships  
  • Subdivision C--Power to obtain documents relating to serious terrorism and non-terrorism offences
  • 3ZQN Power to obtain documents relating to serious terrorism offences  
  • 3ZQO Power to obtain documents relating to serious offences  
  • 3ZQP Matters to which documents must relate  
  • 3ZQQ Powers conferred on Federal Circuit Court Judges in their personal capacity  
  • 3ZQR Documents must be produced  
  • 3ZQS Offence for failure to comply with notice under section 3ZQN or 3ZQO  
  • 3ZQT Offence for disclosing existence or nature of notice  

Division 4C--Using, sharing and returning things seized and documents produced

Subdivision A--Using and sharing things seized and documents produced
  • 3ZQU Purposes for which things and documents may be used and shared  
  • 3ZQV Operating seized electronic equipment  
  • 3ZQW Compensation for damage to electronic equipment  
  • Subdivision B--Returning things seized and documents produced
  • 3ZQX When things seized or documents produced under Division 2, 4 or 4B must be returned  
  • 3ZQY When things seized under Division 3 must be returned  
  • 3ZQZA When things seized under Division 3A must be returned  
  • 3ZQZB Magistrate may permit a thing seized or document produced under this Part to be retained, forfeited etc.  

Division 5--General

  • 3ZR Conduct of ordinary searches and frisk searches  
  • 3ZS Announcement before entry  
  • 3ZT Offence for making false statements in warrants  
  • 3ZU Offences relating to telephone warrants  
  • 3ZW Delegation by Commissioner  
  • 3ZX Law relating to legal professional privilege not affected  

PART IAAA--DELAYED NOTIFICATION SEARCH WARRANTS

Division 1--Preliminary

Division 2--Issue of delayed notification search warrants

Subdivision A--The normal process for applying for and issuing delayed notification search warrants
  • 3ZZBA Eligible officer may seek authorisation to apply for a delayed notification search warrant  
  • 3ZZBB Authorisation to apply for a delayed notification search warrant  
  • 3ZZBC Applying for a delayed notification search warrant  
  • 3ZZBD Issuing a delayed notification search warrant  
  • 3ZZBE Contents of a delayed notification search warrant  
  • Subdivision B--Delayed notification search warrants by telephone, fax etc
  • 3ZZBF Delayed notification search warrants by telephone, fax etc.  
  • 3ZZBG Authority of delayed notification search warrant by telephone, fax etc.  
  • Subdivision C--Offences relating to applying for warrants etc
  • 3ZZBH Offence for making false statement in application for delayed notification search warrant  
  • 3ZZBI Offence relating to delayed notification search warrant by telephone, fax etc.  
  • Subdivision D--Interaction with other provisions under which search warrants may be issued
  • 3ZZBJ Issue of warrants under other provisions as well as or instead of delayed notification search warrants  

Division 3--Exercise of powers under delayed notification search warrants

  • 3ZZCA What is authorised by a delayed notification search warrant  
  • 3ZZCB Specific powers available to person executing warrant  
  • 3ZZCC Extension of time to re-enter premises left in emergency situation or to avoid discovery of law enforcement officer  
  • 3ZZCD Executing a warrant--assistance, use of force and related matters  
  • 3ZZCE Use of equipment to examine or process things  
  • 3ZZCF Use of electronic equipment at warrant premises  
  • 3ZZCG Use of moved electronic equipment at other place  
  • 3ZZCH Operating seized or moved electronic equipment  
  • 3ZZCI Compensation for damage to electronic equipment  

Division 4--Notice to occupiers

  • 3ZZDA Warrant premises occupier's notice must be prepared and given  
  • 3ZZDB Adjoining premises occupier's notice must be prepared and given  
  • 3ZZDC Time for giving warrant premises occupier's notice or adjoining premises occupier's notice  

Division 5--Using, sharing and returning things seized

Subdivision A--Using and sharing things seized
  • 3ZZEA Purposes for which things may be used and shared  
  • Subdivision B--Returning things seized
  • 3ZZEB When things seized must be returned  
  • 3ZZEC Eligible issuing officer may permit a thing seized to be retained, forfeited etc.  

Division 6--Reporting and record-keeping

  • 3ZZFA Reporting on delayed notification search warrants  
  • 3ZZFB Annual reports to Minister  
  • 3ZZFC Regular reports to Ombudsman  
  • 3ZZFD Keeping documents connected with delayed notification search warrants  
  • 3ZZFE Register of delayed notification search warrants  

Division 7--Inspections by Ombudsman

  • 3ZZGA Appointment of inspecting officers  
  • 3ZZGB Inspection of records by the Ombudsman  
  • 3ZZGC Power to obtain relevant information  
  • 3ZZGD Offence  
  • 3ZZGE Ombudsman to be given information etc. despite other laws  
  • 3ZZGF Exchange of information between Ombudsman and State or Territory inspecting authorities  
  • 3ZZGG Ombudsman not to be sued  
  • 3ZZGH Report on inspection  

Division 8--Unauthorised disclosure of information

  • 3ZZHA Unauthorised disclosure of information  

Division 9--Other matters

  • 3ZZIA Delegation  
  • 3ZZIB Law relating to legal professional privilege not affected  

PART IAAB--MONITORING OF COMPLIANCE WITH CONTROL ORDERS ETC.

Division 1--Introduction

Division 2--Powers of constables in relation to premises

Subdivision A--Monitoring powers
  • 3ZZKA Entering premises by consent or under a warrant  
  • 3ZZKB General monitoring powers  
  • 3ZZKC Operating electronic equipment  
  • 3ZZKD Securing electronic equipment to obtain expert assistance  
  • Subdivision B--Powers to ask questions and seek production of documents
  • 3ZZKE Asking questions and seeking production of documents  
  • Subdivision C--Other powers
  • 3ZZKF Other powers  
  • 3ZZKG Availability of assistance and use of force in executing a warrant  

Division 3--Powers of constables in relation to persons subject to control orders

  • 3ZZLA Searching a person by consent or under a warrant  
  • 3ZZLB Monitoring powers  
  • 3ZZLC Seizure powers  
  • 3ZZLD Availability of assistance and use of force in executing a warrant  

Division 4--Obligations and incidental powers of constables

  • 3ZZNA Consent of occupier of premises  
  • 3ZZNB Consent to search of a person  
  • 3ZZNC Announcement before entry under warrant  
  • 3ZZND Constable to be in possession of warrant  
  • 3ZZNE Details of warrant etc. to be given to occupier  
  • 3ZZNF Compensation for damage to electronic equipment  
  • 3ZZNG Occupier entitled to be present during search  
  • 3ZZNH Person subject to a control order is entitled to be present during search  

Division 5--Monitoring warrants

  • 3ZZOA Monitoring warrant in relation to premises  
  • 3ZZOB Monitoring warrant in relation to a person  
  • 3ZZOC Restrictions on personal searches  
  • 3ZZOD Monitoring warrant must not be executed if the relevant control order is revoked etc.  

Division 6--Monitoring warrants by telephone or other electronic means

  • 3ZZPA Monitoring warrants by telephone or other electronic means  
  • 3ZZPB Offences relating to telephone warrants  

Division 7--Extension of periods in which things secured

  • 3ZZQA Extension of periods in which things secured  

Division 8--Things seized, documents produced, and answers given, under this Part

  • 3ZZRA Receipts for things seized under this Part  
  • 3ZZRB Using, sharing and returning things seized under this Part  
  • 3ZZRC Using, sharing and returning documents produced under section 3ZZKE  
  • 3ZZRD Answers to questions asked under section 3ZZKE  

Division 9--Powers of issuing officers

  • 3ZZSA Powers of issuing officers  

Division 10--General

  • 3ZZTA Conduct of ordinary searches and frisk searches  
  • 3ZZTB Protection of persons--control order declared to be void  
  • 3ZZTC Dealing with things, information or documents obtained under a monitoring warrant--control order declared to be void  
  • 3ZZTD Commissioner to keep documents connected with issue of monitoring warrants  
  • 3ZZTE Commissioner to notify Ombudsman in relation to monitoring warrants  

Division 11--Inspections by Ombudsman

  • 3ZZUA Appointment of inspecting officers  
  • 3ZZUB Inspection of records by the Ombudsman  
  • 3ZZUC Power to obtain relevant information  
  • 3ZZUD Offence  
  • 3ZZUE Ombudsman to be given information etc. despite other laws  
  • 3ZZUF Exchange of information between Ombudsman and State or Territory inspecting authorities  
  • 3ZZUG Ombudsman not to be sued  
  • 3ZZUH Annual report  

PART IA--GENERAL

  • 4AAA Commonwealth laws conferring non-judicial functions and powers on officers  
  • 4AAB Arrangements for conferral of non-judicial functions and powers  
  • 4A Meaning of certain words  
  • 4AA Penalty units  
  • 4AB Conversion of pecuniary penalties expressed in dollar amounts to penalty units  
  • 4B Pecuniary penalties--natural persons and bodies corporate  
  • 4C Offences under 2 or more laws  
  • 4D Penalties  
  • 4E Pecuniary penalties  
  • 4F Effect of alterations in penalties  
  • 4G Indictable offences  
  • 4H Summary offences  
  • 4J Certain indictable offences may be dealt with summarily  
  • 4JA Some indictable offences punishable by fine only may be dealt with summarily  
  • 4K Continuing and multiple offences  
  • 4L Specified defences not to preclude other defences  
  • 4M Children under 10  
  • 4N Children over 10 but under 14  
  • 6 Accessory after the fact  
  • 9 Seizure and condemnation of forfeitable goods  
  • 9A Forfeited articles to be dealt with by Official Trustee  
  • 9B Costs etc. payable to Official Trustee  
  • 13 Institution of proceedings in respect of offences  
  • 15 Remand of defendant  
  • 15AA Bail not to be granted in certain cases  
  • 15AB Matters to be considered in certain bail applications  
  • 15A Enforcement of fines etc.  
  • 15B Time for commencement of prosecutions  
  • 15C Form of indictments, information and summonses  
  • 15E Privilege of Parliament not affected  
  • 15F Civil rights not affected  

PART IAB--CONTROLLED OPERATIONS

Division 1--Preliminary

  • 15G Objects of Part  
  • 15GA Relationship to other laws and matters  
  • 15GB Concurrent operation of State and Territory laws  
  • 15GC Definitions  
  • 15GD Meaning of controlled operation and major controlled operation  
  • 15GE Meaning of serious Commonwealth offence and serious State offence that has a federal aspect  
  • 15GF Meaning of authorising officer etc.  
  • 15GG AAT Minister may nominate AAT members  

Division 2--Authorisation of controlled operations

Subdivision A--Authorities to conduct controlled operations
  • 15GH Applications for authorities to conduct controlled operations  
  • 15GI Determination of applications  
  • 15GJ Manner of granting authority  
  • 15GK Form of authority  
  • 15GL Written record of urgent authority must be issued  
  • 15GM Change of principal law enforcement officer  
  • 15GN Commencement and duration of authorities  
  • Subdivision B--Variation of authorities by appropriate authorising officers
  • 15GO Variation of authority by appropriate authorising officer  
  • 15GP Application to appropriate authorising officer  
  • 15GQ Requirements for variation of authority  
  • 15GR Manner of varying authority  
  • 15GS Form of variation of authority  
  • Subdivision C--Variations of authorities by nominated Tribunal member
  • 15GT Variation of formal authority to extend period of effect beyond 3 months  
  • 15GU Application to nominated Tribunal member  
  • 15GV Determination of application  
  • 15GW Manner of varying formal authority  
  • 15GX Form of variation of formal authority  
  • Subdivision D--Other matters
  • 15GY Cancellation of authorities  
  • 15GZ Effect of authorities  
  • 15H Defect in authority  

Division 3--Protection from criminal responsibility and related provisions

Subdivision A--Controlled operations under this Part
  • 15HA Protection from criminal responsibility for controlled conduct during controlled operations  
  • 15HB Indemnification of participants against civil liability  
  • 15HC Effect of sections 15HA and 15HB on other laws relating to criminal investigation  
  • 15HD Effect of being unaware of variation or cancellation of authority  
  • 15HE Protection from criminal responsibility for certain ancillary conduct  
  • 15HF Compensation for property loss or serious damage  
  • 15HG Notification requirements  
  • Subdivision B--Controlled operations under a corresponding State controlled operations law
  • 15HH Protection from criminal responsibility for conduct under a corresponding State controlled operations law  
  • 15HI Effect of section 15HH on other laws relating to criminal investigation  
  • 15HJ Protection from criminal responsibility for certain ancillary conduct  

Division 4--Compliance and monitoring

  • 15HK Unauthorised disclosure of information  
  • 15HM Chief officers' 6 monthly reports to Ombudsman and Minister  
  • 15HN Chief officers' annual reports to Minister and Ombudsman  
  • 15HO Annual report by Ombudsman  
  • 15HP Keeping documents connected with controlled operations  
  • 15HQ General register  
  • 15HR Appointment of inspecting officers  
  • 15HS Inspection of records by the Ombudsman  
  • 15HT Power to obtain relevant information  
  • 15HU Offence  
  • 15HV Ombudsman to be given information and access despite other laws  
  • 15HW Exchange of information between Ombudsman and State inspecting authorities  
  • 15HX Delegation by Ombudsman  
  • 15HY Ombudsman not to be sued  

Division 5--Miscellaneous

  • 15HZ Evidence of authorities  
  • 15J Secretary of Immigration and Border Protection Department to be notified of certain authorities  

PART IABA--INTEGRITY TESTING

Division 1--Introduction

  • 15JA Integrity testing--simplified outline  
  • 15JB Integrity testing--concurrent operation of State and Territory laws  
  • 15JC Integrity testing--definitions  
  • 15JD Integrity testing--meaning of integrity testing operation  

Division 2--Integrity testing operations

  • 15JE Integrity testing authorities--circumstances in which applications may be made  
  • 15JF Integrity testing authorities--application  
  • 15JG Integrity testing authorities--grant  
  • 15JH Integrity testing authorities--form  
  • 15JI Integrity testing authorities--notice to Integrity Commissioner  
  • 15JJ Integrity testing authorities--duration  
  • 15JK Integrity testing authorities--variation  
  • 15JL Integrity testing authorities--cancellation  
  • 15JM Integrity testing authorities--defects  

Division 3--Integrity testing operations

  • 15JN Integrity testing operations--authorised conduct  
  • 15JO Integrity testing operations--indemnity against civil liability  
  • 15JP Integrity testing operations--participants unaware of variation or cancellation of authority  

Division 4--Integrity testing operations

  • 15JQ Integrity testing operations--disclosure  
  • 15JR Integrity testing operations--disclosure endangering safety etc.  

Division 5--Integrity testing operations

  • 15JS Integrity testing operations--annual reports  

Division 6--Integrity testing operations

  • 15JT Evidence of integrity testing authorities  

PART IAC--ASSUMED IDENTITIES

Division 1--Preliminary

Division 2--Authority for Assumed Identity

  • 15KA Application for authority to acquire or use assumed identity  
  • 15KB Determination of applications  
  • 15KC Form of authority  
  • 15KD Period of authority  
  • 15KE Variation or cancellation of authority  
  • 15KF Yearly review of authority  
  • 15KG Making entries in register of births, deaths or marriages  
  • 15KH Effect of authority ceasing to be in force on register of births, deaths or marriages  

Division 3--Evidence of Assumed Identity

  • 15KI Request for evidence of assumed identity  
  • 15KJ Government issuing agencies to comply with request  
  • 15KK Non-government issuing agencies may comply with request  
  • 15KL Cancellation of evidence of assumed identity  
  • 15KM Return of evidence of assumed identity  
  • 15KN Protection from criminal liability--officers of issuing agencies  
  • 15KO Indemnity for issuing agencies and officers  

Division 4--Effect of Authority

  • 15KP Assumed identity may be acquired and used  
  • 15KQ Protection from criminal liability--authorised persons  
  • 15KR Protection from criminal liability--third parties  
  • 15KS Indemnity for authorised persons  
  • 15KT Particular qualifications  
  • 15KU Effect of being unaware of variation or cancellation of authority  
  • 15KV Transfer of control of authorities  
  • 15KW Consequences of transfer of control of authorities  

Division 5--Mutual Recognition under Corresponding Laws

  • 15KX Requests to a participating jurisdiction for evidence of assumed identity  
  • 15KY Requests from a participating jurisdiction for evidence of assumed identity  
  • 15KZ Directions from a participating jurisdiction to cancel evidence of assumed identity  
  • 15L Indemnity for issuing agencies and officers  
  • 15LA Application of this Part to authorities under corresponding laws  

Division 6--Compliance and Monitoring

Subdivision A--Misuse of Assumed Identity and Information
  • 15LB Misuse of assumed identity  
  • 15LC Disclosing information about assumed identity  
  • Subdivision B--Reporting and record-keeping
  • 15LD Reports about authorities for assumed identities etc.--law enforcement agencies  
  • 15LE Reports about authorities for assumed identities etc.--intelligence agencies  
  • 15LF Record keeping  
  • 15LG Audit of records  

Division 7--General

  • 15LH Delegation of chief officer's functions  

PART IACA--WITNESS IDENTITY PROTECTION FOR OPERATIVES

Division 1--Preliminary

  • 15M Definitions  
  • 15MA Meaning of criminal proceeding  
  • 15MB Meaning of civil proceeding  
  • 15MC When a charge is outstanding or pending  

Division 2--Witness Identity Protection Certificates for Operatives

  • 15MD Application of Part  
  • 15ME Witness identity protection certificate  
  • 15MF Statutory declaration by operative  
  • 15MG Form of witness identity protection certificate  
  • 15MH Filing and notification  
  • 15MI Leave for non-compliance  
  • 15MJ Effect of witness identity protection certificate  
  • 15MK Orders to protect operative's identity etc.  
  • 15ML Disclosure of operative's identity to presiding officer  
  • 15MM Disclosure of operative's identity etc. despite certificate  
  • 15MN Application for leave--joinder as respondent  
  • 15MO Directions to jury  
  • 15MP Appeals and adjournments  
  • 15MQ Witness identity protection certificate--cancellation  
  • 15MR Permission to give information disclosing operative's identity etc.  
  • 15MS Disclosure offences  
  • 15MT Evidentiary certificates  
  • 15MU Reports about witness identity protection certificates  

Division 3--Mutual Recognition under Corresponding Laws

  • 15MW Recognition of witness identity protection certificates under corresponding laws  

Division 4--General

  • 15MX Delegation  

PART IAD--PROTECTING VULNERABLE PERSONS

Division 1--Introduction

Division 2--Admissibility of evidence

  • 15YB Evidence of sexual reputation  
  • 15YC Evidence of sexual experience  
  • 15YD Leave under this Division  

Division 3--Cross-examination

  • 15YE Disallowing inappropriate or aggressive cross-examination  
  • 15YF Unrepresented defendants--cross-examination of child complainants  
  • 15YG Unrepresented defendants--cross-examination of vulnerable persons  
  • 15YH Represented defendants--cross-examination of vulnerable persons  

Division 4--Special facilities for vulnerable persons to give evidence

  • 15YI Closed-circuit television  
  • 15YJ Giving evidence by closed-circuit television  
  • 15YK Viewing evidence given by closed-circuit television  
  • 15YL Alternative arrangements for giving evidence  

Division 5--Use of video recordings

  • 15YM Use of video recordings  
  • 15YN Admissibility of evidence given using video recordings  

Division 5A--Special rules for later trials

  • 15YNA When this Division applies  
  • 15YNB Original evidence admissible in new proceeding  
  • 15YNC Vulnerable person not to be made to give further evidence  
  • 15YND Defendants' access to video recordings  
  • 15YNE Warnings etc. not to be given about vulnerable persons' evidence  
  • 15YNF Division applies despite other rules of evidence  

Division 6--Miscellaneous

  • 15YO Adults accompanying vulnerable persons  
  • 15YP Excluding people from the courtroom  
  • 15YQ Warnings etc. not to be given about vulnerable persons evidence  
  • 15YR Publication identifying child witnesses, child complainants or vulnerable adult complainants  
  • 15YS General powers of a court  
  • 15YT Other video link evidence provisions are unaffected  

PART IAE--VIDEO LINK EVIDENCE IN PROCEEDINGS FOR TERRORISM AND RELATED OFFENCES ETC.

  • 15YU Proceedings to which this Part applies  
  • 15YV When court may take evidence by video link  
  • 15YW Observers  
  • 15YX Adjournment after a section 15YV direction or order etc.  
  • 15YY Technical requirements for video link  
  • 15YZ Direction to jury  
  • 15YZA Application of laws about witnesses  
  • 15YZB Administration of oaths and affirmations  
  • 15YZC Expenses  
  • 15YZD Appeals against section 15YV directions or orders etc.  
  • 15YZE Other laws about evidence not affected  
  • 15YZF Saving of other laws  

PART IB--SENTENCING, IMPRISONMENT AND RELEASE OF FEDERAL OFFENDERS

Division 1--Interpretation

  • 16 Interpretation  
  • 16AAA Victim impact statements  

Division 2--General sentencing principles

  • 16A Matters to which court to have regard when passing sentence etc.--federal offences  
  • 16AA Matters to which court to have regard when passing sentence etc.--Northern Territory offences  
  • 16AB Matters relating to victim impact statements  
  • 16AC Reduction for cooperation with law enforcement agencies  
  • 16B Court to have regard to other periods of imprisonment required to be served  
  • 16BA Taking other offences into account  
  • 16C Fines  
  • 16D No corporal punishment  

Division 3--Sentences of imprisonment

  • 16E Commencement of sentences  
  • 16F Court to explain sentence  
  • 17A Restriction on imposing sentences  
  • 17B Restriction on imposing sentences for certain minor offences  
  • 18 Sentence of imprisonment  
  • 19 Cumulative, partly cumulative or concurrent sentences  
  • 19A Detention of person in State or Territory prisons  
  • 19AA Remissions and reductions of sentences  

Division 4--The fixing of non-parole periods and the making of recognizance release orders

  • 19AB When court must fix non-parole period  
  • 19AC When court must fix a recognizance release order  
  • 19AD Persons already subject to a non-parole period  
  • 19AE Persons already subject to recognizance release order  
  • 19AF Non-parole period or pre-release periods not to exceed remitted sentence  
  • 19AG Non-parole periods for sentences for certain offences  
  • 19AH Failure to fix non-parole period or make recognizance release order  
  • 19AHA Rectification of errors etc. in sentences, non-parole periods and recognizance release orders  
  • 19AJ Court may only fix non-parole periods or make recognizance release orders for federal sentences of imprisonment  
  • 19AK Possible deportation no impediment to fixing non-parole period  

Division 5--Conditional release on parole or licence

Subdivision A--Release on parole or licence
  • 19AKA Purposes of parole  
  • 19AL Release on parole--making of parole order  
  • 19ALA Matters that may be considered in decisions about parole orders  
  • 19AM Release on parole--when is a person released  
  • 19AMA Release on parole--parole period  
  • 19AN Parole order is subject to conditions  
  • 19AP Release on licence  
  • 19APA Amendment of parole orders and licences  
  • 19APB Effect of parole order and licence on sentence  
  • Subdivision B--Revocation of parole order or license
  • 19AQ When parole order or licence automatically revoked  
  • 19AR Fixing of non-parole period etc. where parole or licence automatically revoked  
  • 19AS Court to issue warrant of detention where person required to serve balance of sentence  
  • 19AT What happens when later conviction is quashed?  
  • 19AU Attorney-General may revoke parole order or licence  
  • 19AV Arrest of person whose parole order or licence revoked by Attorney-General  
  • 19AW Where person on parole or licence notified of revocation  
  • 19AX Where person on parole or licence not notified of revocation  
  • 19AY Appeals in respect of warrants issued under subsection 19AW(1) or that subsection as applied  
  • 19AZ Evidence before prescribed authority  
  • 19AZA Disobedience of summons etc.  
  • 19AZB Can person be released on parole or licence if earlier parole order or licence revoked?  
  • Subdivision C--State and Territory laws providing for leave of absence, pre-release etc
  • 19AZD State and Territory laws providing for leave of absence, pre-release etc. to apply to federal offenders  
  • Subdivision D--Discharge without conviction, conditional release and sentencing alternatives
  • 19B Discharge of offenders without proceeding to conviction  
  • 20 Conditional release of offenders after conviction  
  • 20A Failure to comply with condition of discharge or release  
  • 20AA Power to discharge or vary conditions of recognizance  
  • 20AB Additional sentencing alternatives  
  • 20AC Failure to comply with sentence passed, or order made, under subsection 20AB(1)  

Division 6--Unfitness to be tried

  • 20B Consequences of preliminary finding that person unfit to be tried  
  • 20BA Upon determining prima facie case, court to dismiss charge or to determine fitness within 12 months  
  • 20BB Persons found by a court to be likely to be fit within 12 months  
  • 20BC Persons found by a court not to be likely to be fit within 12 months  
  • 20BD Review by Attorney-General  
  • 20BE Attorney-General may order release  
  • 20BF Release order may be revoked  
  • 20BG Attorney-General to review detention of persons taken back into detention  
  • 20BH State or Territory mental health authorities to be notified of certain releases  
  • 20BI Appeals against some Victorian jury findings of unfitness to be tried  

Division 7--Acquittal because of mental illness

  • 20BJ Acquittal where person mentally ill  
  • 20BK Review by Attorney-General  
  • 20BL Attorney-General may order release  
  • 20BM Release order may be revoked  
  • 20BN Attorney-General to review detention of persons taken back into detention  
  • 20BP State or Territory authorities to be notified of certain releases  

Division 8--Summary disposition of persons suffering from mental illness or intellectual disability

  • 20BQ Person suffering from mental illness or intellectual disability  
  • 20BR Means by which court may be informed  

Division 9--Sentencing alternatives for persons suffering from mental illness or intellectual disability

  • 20BS Hospital orders  
  • 20BT Lesser periods of imprisonment fixed under hospital orders  
  • 20BU Discharge of hospital orders  
  • 20BV Psychiatric probation orders  
  • 20BW Breach of psychiatric probation orders  
  • 20BX Enforcement of psychiatric probation orders  
  • 20BY Program probation orders  

Division 9A--Sharing information relevant to federal offenders

  • 20BZ Definitions  
  • 20BZA Authorised officers may request or require information relevant to federal offenders  
  • 20BZB Authorised officers may disclose federal offender information  
  • 20BZC Delegation  

Division 10--Miscellaneous

  • 20C Offences by children and young persons  
  • 21B Reparation for offences  
  • 21D Prerogative of mercy and other Commonwealth laws unaffected  
  • 21F Prescribed authorities and parole officers  
  • 22 Conditions etc. that a court may impose on certain offenders  
  • 22A State orders relating to Australian travel documents  

PART IC--INVESTIGATION OF COMMONWEALTH OFFENCES

Division 1--Introduction

  • 23 Outline of this Part  
  • 23A Application of Part  
  • 23AA How this Part applies to the Antarctic Territories  
  • 23B Definitions  

Division 2--Powers of detention

Subdivision A--Non-terrorism offences
  • 23C Period of investigation if arrested for a non-terrorism offence  
  • 23D Application may be made for extension of investigation period  
  • 23DA Magistrate may extend investigation period  
  • Subdivision B--Terrorism offences
  • 23DB Period of investigation if arrested for a terrorism offence  
  • 23DC Time during which suspension or delay of questioning may be disregarded--application  
  • 23DD Time during which suspension or delay of questioning may be disregarded--time specified by magistrate  
  • 23DE Application may be made for extension of investigation period  
  • 23DF Magistrate may extend investigation period  
  • Subdivision C--Miscellaneous
  • 23E Evidentiary provisions if application made by electronic means  

Division 3--Obligations of investigating officials

  • 23F Cautioning persons who are under arrest or protected suspects  
  • 23G Right to communicate with friend, relative and legal practitioner  
  • 23H Aboriginal persons and Torres Strait Islanders  
  • 23K Persons under 18  
  • 23L Exceptions  
  • 23M Providing information relating to persons who are under arrest or protected suspects  
  • 23N Right to interpreter  
  • 23P Right of non-Australian nationals to communicate with consular office  
  • 23Q Treatment of persons under arrest  
  • 23S Right to remain silent etc. not affected  
  • 23T Acts authorised under other laws  
  • 23U Tape recording of information required to be given to person under arrest  
  • 23V Tape recording of confessions and admissions  
  • 23W Proof of belief  

PART ID--FORENSIC PROCEDURES

Division 1--Explanation of expressions used

Division 2--Authority and time limits for forensic procedures on suspects

  • 23WC How forensic procedures may be authorised in different circumstances  
  • 23WCA Time limits for carrying out forensic procedures  

Division 3--Forensic procedures on suspect by consent

  • 23WD Forensic procedure may be carried out with informed consent of suspect  
  • 23WE People who cannot consent to forensic procedures  
  • 23WF Informed consent to forensic procedures--general  
  • 23WG Informed consent to forensic procedures--Aboriginal persons and Torres Strait Islanders  
  • 23WH Constable may request suspect to consent to forensic procedure  
  • 23WI Matters to be considered by constable before requesting consent to forensic procedure  
  • 23WJ Matters that suspect must be informed of before giving consent  
  • 23WK Withdrawal of consent  
  • 23WL Recording of giving of information and suspect's responses  
  • 23WLA Time for carrying out forensic procedure--suspect not in custody  

Division 4--Non-intimate forensic procedures on suspect by order of senior police officer

  • 23WM Non-intimate forensic procedure may be carried out by order of senior police officer  
  • 23WN Circumstances in which senior police officer may order non-intimate forensic procedures  
  • 23WO Matters to be considered by senior police officer before ordering forensic procedure  
  • 23WP Record of senior police officer's order  

Division 5--Forensic procedures on suspect by order of a magistrate

Subdivision A--General
  • 23WQ Forensic procedure may be carried out by order of magistrate  
  • 23WR Circumstances in which magistrate may order forensic procedure  
  • Subdivision B--Final orders
  • 23WS Final order for carrying out of forensic procedure  
  • 23WT Matters to be considered by magistrate before ordering forensic procedure  
  • 23WU Application for order  
  • 23WV Securing the presence of suspect at hearing--suspect in custody  
  • 23WW Securing the presence of suspect at hearing--suspect not in custody  
  • 23WX Procedure at hearing of application for order  
  • 23WY Making of order  
  • Subdivision C--Interim orders
  • 23XA Interim order for carrying out of a forensic procedure  
  • 23XB Application for interim order  
  • 23XC Procedure at hearing of application for interim order  
  • 23XD Making of interim order  
  • 23XE Records of application and interim order  
  • 23XF Suspect may be prevented from destroying or contaminating evidence  
  • 23XG Results of forensic procedure carried out under interim order  
  • Subdivision D--Time limits for forensic procedures ordered by magistrates
  • 23XGA Application  
  • 23XGB Time for carrying out forensic procedure--suspect not in custody  
  • 23XGC Arrest of suspect not in custody  
  • 23XGD Time for carrying out forensic procedure--suspect in custody  
  • Subdivision E--Reports of proceedings under Division
  • 23XH Restrictions on publication  

Division 6--Carrying out forensic procedures on suspects

Subdivision A--General provisions
  • 23XI General rules for carrying out forensic procedures  
  • 23XIA No questioning during forensic procedure  
  • 23XIB Suspect must be cautioned before forensic procedure starts  
  • 23XJ Use of force in carrying out forensic procedures  
  • 23XK Forensic procedures not to be carried out in cruel, inhuman or degrading manner  
  • 23XL Taking of hair samples  
  • Subdivision B--Persons involved in forensic procedures
  • 23XM Persons who may carry out forensic procedures  
  • Subdivision C--Further provisions about who may carry out forensic procedures
  • 23XN Certain forensic procedures generally to be carried out by person of same sex as suspect  
  • 23XO Person may get help to carry out forensic procedures  
  • Subdivision D--Presence of other people while forensic procedure is carried out
  • 23XP Medical practitioner or dentist of suspect's choice may be present for intimate forensic procedures  
  • 23XQ Presence of interview friend or legal representative--children and incapable persons  
  • 23XR Presence of interview friend or legal representative--Aboriginal persons and Torres Strait Islanders  
  • 23XS Presence of constables  
  • 23XSA Presence of prison officers  
  • Subdivision E--Recording of forensic procedure
  • 23XT Recording of forensic procedure  
  • Subdivision F--Procedure after forensic procedure is carried out
  • 23XU Samples--sufficient material to share  
  • 23XUA Samples--insufficient material to share  
  • 23XV Photographs  
  • 23XW Results of analysis  
  • 23XWA Preventing the carrying out of forensic procedure  

Division 6A--Carrying out of certain forensic procedures after conviction of serious and prescribed offenders

  • 23XWB Forensic procedures to which Division applies  
  • 23XWC Non-intimate forensic procedures authorised to be carried out on offenders  
  • 23XWD Intimate forensic procedures authorised to be carried out on serious offenders  
  • 23XWE Application of Division 6  
  • 23XWF Scope of authorisation  
  • 23XWG Informed consent to forensic procedures  
  • 23XWH Constable may request offender to consent to forensic procedure  
  • 23XWI Matters to be considered by constable before requesting consent to forensic procedure  
  • 23XWJ Matters that offender must be informed of before giving consent  
  • 23XWK Circumstances in which constable may order non-intimate forensic procedure  
  • 23XWL Matters to be considered by constable  
  • 23XWM Recording of giving of information and consent  
  • 23XWN Record of constable's order  
  • 23XWNA Circumstances in which judge or magistrate may order forensic procedure  
  • 23XWO Judge or magistrate order for carrying out forensic procedure on offender  
  • 23XWOA Securing the presence of offender at hearing--offender in custody  
  • 23XWOB Securing the presence of offender at hearing--offender not in custody  
  • 23XWP Carrying out forensic procedure following conviction  

Division 6B--Carrying out of forensic procedures on volunteers and certain other persons

  • 23XWQ Carrying out of forensic procedures on volunteers  
  • 23XWR Informed consent of volunteer or parent or guardian of volunteer  
  • 23XWS Recording of giving of information and consent  
  • 23XWT Withdrawal of consent  
  • 23XWU Circumstances in which magistrate may order the carrying out of forensic procedure on a child or incapable person  
  • 23XWV Retention of forensic material by order of a magistrate after volunteer, parent or guardian of child or incapable person withdraws consent  

Division 7--Admissibility of evidence

Subdivision A--Forensic evidence
  • 23XX Inadmissibility of evidence from improper forensic procedures etc.  
  • 23XY Inadmissibility of evidence where forensic material required to be destroyed  
  • Subdivision B--Other evidence
  • 23XZ Admissibility of evidence relating to consent to forensic procedure  
  • 23YA Admissibility of evidence relating to carrying out of forensic procedure  
  • 23YB Obstructing the carrying out of forensic procedure  
  • Subdivision C--Application
  • 23YBA Division does not apply to a proceeding in a foreign country or an international tribunal  

Division 8--Destruction of forensic material

  • 23YBB Application  
  • 23YC Destruction of forensic material where interim order disallowed  
  • 23YD Destruction of forensic material after 12 months  
  • 23YDAA Destruction of forensic material taken from offender after conviction quashed  
  • 23YDAB Destruction of forensic material where related evidence is inadmissible  

Division 8A--Commonwealth and State

  • 23YDAC Definitions  
  • 23YDACA Integration of Commonwealth DNA database system and State/Territory DNA database systems  
  • 23YDAD Supply of forensic material for purposes of DNA database  
  • 23YDAE Use of information on Commonwealth DNA database system or NCIDD  
  • 23YDAF Permissible matching of DNA profiles  
  • 23YDAG Recording, retention and removal of identifying information on Commonwealth DNA database system  

Division 9--General provisions relating to operation of this Part

  • 23YDA Interpreters  
  • 23YE Powers etc. of legal representatives and interview friends  
  • 23YF Obligation of investigating constables relating to tape recordings  
  • 23YG Material required to be made available to suspect, offender or volunteer  
  • 23YH No charge to be made for giving material etc. to suspects, offenders and volunteers  
  • 23YI Proof of belief or suspicion  
  • 23YJ Proof of impracticability  
  • 23YJA Proof that time should be disregarded  
  • 23YK Proof of voluntary waiver of certain rights  
  • 23YKA Application of sections 23YI to 23YK  
  • 23YL Liability for forensic procedures  
  • 23YM Experts not obliged to carry out forensic procedures  
  • 23YN Retention of electronic recordings  
  • 23YO Disclosure of information  
  • 23YP Taking, retention and use of forensic material  
  • 23YPA Analysis of forensic material  
  • 23YQ Commissioner may delegate functions and powers  

Division 9A--Carrying out forensic procedures at the request of a foreign country or international tribunal

Subdivision A--Requests by foreign countries or international tribunals
  • 23YQA Application of Subdivision  
  • 23YQB Providing evidence and material resulting from the forensic procedure  
  • Subdivision B--Requests by a foreign law enforcement agency
  • 23YQC Application of Subdivision  
  • 23YQD Providing forensic material etc. to a foreign law enforcement agency  

Division 10--Operation of this Part and effect on other laws

  • 23YQE Part does not apply to persons under 10  
  • 23YR Relationship with Part IAA  
  • 23YS Relationship with Part IC  
  • 23YU Application of other laws  

Division 11--Interjurisdictional enforcement

  • 23YUA Definitions  
  • 23YUB Registration of orders  
  • 23YUC Carrying out of registered orders  
  • 23YUD Database information  
  • 23YUDA Arrangements with prisons or other places of detention  

Division 11A--Operation of this Part in relation to certain incidents

  • 23YUE Definitions  
  • 23YUF Application of this Division  
  • 23YUG Use of information on DNA database systems  
  • 23YUH Permissible matching of DNA profiles  
  • 23YUI Disclosure of information  
  • 23YUJ This Division does not restrict operation of this Part  

Division 11B--Concurrent operation of State and Territory laws

  • 23YUL Concurrent operation of State and Territory laws  

PART IE--FORFEITURE OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY MATERIAL AND CHILD ABUSE MATERIAL

Division 1--Things this Part applies to

  • 23ZA Application  

Division 2--Forfeiture by operation of law after notice is given

  • 23ZB Forfeiture of material by operation of law  
  • 23ZC Providing copies of innocuous parts of material to be forfeited  

Division 3--Forfeiture by court order on application

  • 23ZD Forfeiture of material by court order on application  

Division 4--Provisions relating to forfeiture under this Part generally

  • 23ZE Effect of forfeiture under this Part  
  • 23ZF Compensation for forfeiture of electronic equipment etc.  
  • 23ZG Delegation by head of police force  

PART IIA--PROTECTION OF PUBLIC AND OTHER SERVICES

  • 30J Industrial disturbances, lock-outs and strikes  
  • 30K Obstructing or hindering the performance of services  

PART III--OFFENCES RELATING TO THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

Division 1--Preliminary

Division 2--Judges and magistrates

  • 34 Judge or magistrate acting oppressively or when interested  

Division 3--Evidence and witnesses

  • 35 Giving false testimony  
  • 36 Fabricating evidence  
  • 36A Intimidation of witnesses etc.  
  • 37 Corruption of witnesses  
  • 38 Deceiving witnesses  
  • 39 Destroying evidence  
  • 40 Preventing witnesses from attending Court  

Division 4--Perverting the course of justice

  • 41 Conspiracy to bring false accusation  
  • 42 Conspiracy to defeat justice  
  • 43 Attempting to pervert justice  
  • 44 Compounding offences  
  • 45 Inserting advertisements without authority of court  

Division 5--Escape from criminal detention

  • 45A Criminal detention definitions  
  • 46 Aiding prisoner to escape  
  • 46A Aiding prisoner to escape--conveying thing into prison etc.  
  • 47 Escaping  
  • 47A Rescuing a prisoner from criminal detention  
  • 47B Person unlawfully at large  
  • 47C Permitting escape  
  • 48 Harbouring etc. an escapee  
  • 48A Sentence ceases to run while escaped prisoner at large  

Division 6--Seized property

  • 49 Removing property under seizure  

PART IV--PIRACY

  • 51 Interpretation  
  • 52 Piracy  
  • 53 Operating a pirate-controlled ship or aircraft  
  • 54 Seizure of pirate ships and aircraft etc.  
  • 55 Written consent of Attorney-General required  
  • 56 Evidence of certain matters  

PART VIIA--OFFENCES RELATING TO POSTAL SERVICES

  • 85E Interpretation--definitions  
  • 85F Interpretation--expressions used in Australian Postal Corporation Act  
  • 85G Forgery of postage stamps etc.  
  • 85H Special paper for postage stamps  
  • 85N Wrongful delivery of postal article etc.  
  • 85Q Forgery of postal messages etc.  
  • 85R Wrongful delivery of postal messages  
  • 85T Sending false postal messages  
  • 85U Obstructing carriage of articles by post  
  • 85V Interference with property of Australia Post  
  • 85W Causing controlled drugs or controlled plants to be carried by post  
  • 85Z Articles carried by post to be taken to be Australia Post's property  
  • 85ZA Postage stamps to be valuable securities etc.  

PART VIIC--PARDONS, QUASHED CONVICTIONS AND SPENT CONVICTIONS

Division 1--Interpretation and application of Part

  • 85ZL Interpretation of Part  
  • 85ZM Meaning of conviction and spent conviction  
  • 85ZN Meaning of quash  
  • 85ZP Application of Part  
  • 85ZQ Part binds the Crown  

Division 2--Pardons for persons wrongly convicted, and quashed convictions

  • 85ZR Pardons for persons wrongly convicted  
  • 85ZS Effect of pardons for persons wrongly convicted  
  • 85ZT Quashed convictions  
  • 85ZU Effect of quashed convictions  

Division 3--Spent convictions

  • 85ZV Spent convictions  
  • 85ZW Effect of right of non-disclosure  

Division 4--Convictions of further offences

  • 85ZX Convictions of further Commonwealth or Territory offences  
  • 85ZY Convictions of further State or foreign offences  

Division 5--Complaints to Information Commissioner

  • 85ZZ Information Commissioner's functions  
  • 85ZZA Complaints to the Information Commissioner  
  • 85ZZB Identity of respondent to complaint  
  • 85ZZC Investigation of complaints  
  • 85ZZD Determinations of Information Commissioner  
  • 85ZZE Payment of compensation or expenses  
  • 85ZZF Enforcement of determination or recommendation  
  • 85ZZG Application of Privacy Act  

Division 6--Exclusions

Subdivision A--Exclusions relating to work with children
  • 85ZZGA Object of Subdivision  
  • 85ZZGB Exclusion: disclosing information to a person or body  
  • 85ZZGC Exclusion: person or body taking information into account  
  • 85ZZGD Exclusion: person or body disclosing information  
  • 85ZZGE Prescribed persons and bodies  
  • 85ZZGF Definitions  
  • 85ZZGG Reviews of operation of this Subdivision  
  • Subdivision AA--Exclusions relating to work with persons with disability
  • 85ZZGH Object of Subdivision  
  • 85ZZGI Exclusion: disclosing information to a person or body  
  • 85ZZGJ Exclusion: person or body taking information into account  
  • 85ZZGK Exclusion: person or body disclosing information  
  • 85ZZGL Prescribed persons and bodies  
  • 85ZZGM Definitions  
  • 85ZZGN Reviews of operation of this Subdivision  
  • Subdivision B--Exclusions
  • 85ZZH Exclusions  
  • 85ZZJ Further exclusions--law enforcement agencies  
  • Subdivision C--Other matters
  • 85ZZK Fair reporting: pardons and quashed convictions  
  • 85ZZL Criminal proceedings before the Federal Court of Australia  

PART VIID--COLLECTING, USING AND DISCLOSING PERSONAL INFORMATION THAT MAY BE RELEVANT FOR INTEGRITY PURPOSES

  • 86B Simplified outline of this Part  
  • 86C Target entity may collect sensitive information for integrity purpose  
  • 86D Target entity may use personal information for integrity purpose  
  • 86E Disclosure of personal information to target entity for integrity purpose  
  • 86F This Part does not limit other laws  
  • 86G Guidelines on the operation of this Part  

PART VIII--MISCELLANEOUS

  • 87 False certificates  
  • 89 Trespassing on Commonwealth land  
  • 89A Discharging firearms on or over Commonwealth land  
  • 90 Trespass by cattle or live stock  
  • 90A Destroying etc. posters etc. relating to Commonwealth loans  
  • 90B False statements in documents filed etc. under laws of a Territory  
  • 91 Regulations  

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