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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003 Week 2 Hansard (4 March) . . Page.. 489..


Schedules of amendments

Schedule 1

Confiscation of Criminal Assets Bill 2002

Amendments circulated by Ms Tucker

1

Clause 10 (2)

Page 7, line 6-

omit

2

Clause 12 (2), example

Page 9, line 13-

omit

3

Clause 13 (2), definition of serious offence

Page 10, line 18-

omit the definition, substitute

serious offence means-

(a) a serious narcotics offence; or

(b) an offence against the Crimes Act 1900, section 114D (Organised fraud); or

(c) an offence against the Crimes Act, 1900, section 114B (Money laundering) involving property that is proceeds of crime under that section in relation to an offence mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b).

4

Proposed new clause 13 (2A)

Page 10, line 22-

insert

(2A) For subsection (2), in the definition of serious offence :

narcotic substance -see section 90.

possession includes possession for supply.

production includes growing and manufacture.

serious narcotics offence means an offence-

(a) involving the production, possession, supply, importation or export of a narcotic substance; and

(b) involving a trafficable quantity, or more, of the narcotic substance.

trafficable quantity , of a narcotic substance in relation to which a serious narcotic offence is committed, means-


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