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CRIMES ACT 1958 - SECT 321F

Abolition of certain offences of conspiracy at common law

    (1)     The offence of conspiracy at common law is hereby abolished.

    (2)     Nothing in subsection (1) shall affect the offence of conspiracy at common law so far as it relates to conspiracy to cheat and defraud and conspiracy to defraud.

    (3)     Any offence at common law of incitement to commit the offence of conspiracy or attempt to commit the offence of conspiracy (whether the offence of conspiracy incited or attempted would be an offence at common law or under section 321 or any other enactment) is hereby abolished.

S. 321F(4) inserted by No. 10233 s. 9(b), amended by No. 68/2009 s. 97(Sch. item 40.17).

    (4)     An indictment charging an offence of conspiracy to cheat and defraud or conspiracy to defraud must not be filed without the approval of the Director of Public Prosecutions or of a person authorized by the Director of Public Prosecutions to give approval for the purposes of this subsection.

Pt 1 Div. 11 (Heading and ss 321G–321L)
inserted by No. 10079 s. 7(2).

Division 11—Incitement

S. 321G inserted by No. 10079 s. 7(2).



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