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(2) This section does not apply if-
(a) the person is authorised by a display permit to use the firework and the use of the firework is in accordance with the permit; or
(b) the firework is a general use firework or distress signal firework.
(3) An offence against this section is a strict liability offence.
Proposed new clause 205A
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205A Chief executive to promote Act
The functions of the chief executive under this Act include-
(a) developing and providing educational and training programs to promote understanding and acceptance of, and compliance with, this Act; and
(b) promoting understanding and acceptance of, and compliance with, this Act.
Examples for par (a)
1 educational programs about safety duties
2 training sessions about the safe handling of dangerous substances
Note 1 A reference to an Act includes a reference to the statutory instruments made or in force under the Act, including regulations (see Legislation Act, s 104).
Note 2 An example is part of the Act, is not exhaustive and may extend, but does not limit, the meaning of the provision in which it appears (see Legislation Act, s 126 and s 132).
Dangerous Substances Bill 2003
Amendments moved by Ms Dundas
Clause 88 (2), note
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Note 1The Legislation Act, s 170 and s 171 deal with the application of the privilege against selfincrimination and client legal privilege.
Note 2 For how the notice may be served, see Legislation Act, pt 19.5.
Clause 88 (4) (c)
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(c) if the notice requires the person to answer questions-state that the person may attend with a lawyer.