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Definitions—applied provisions and application date

    (1)     In this Act:

"application date "means a date declared by the Minister.

"applied provisions "means the following provisions of this chapter:

              •     section 15 (5) (which deals with evidence of self-induced intoxication)

              •     division 2.3.1 (Lack of capacity—children)

              •     division 2.3.2 (Lack of capacity—mental impairment)

              •     division 2.3.3 (Intoxication)

              •     part 2.4 (Extensions of criminal responsibility)

              •     part 2.5 (Corporate criminal responsibility)

              •     part 2.6 (Proof of criminal responsibility)

              •     part 2.7 (Geographical application).

Note     Div 2.3.2 and s 66 (2) (d) became applied provisions on the commencement of the Criminal Code (Mental Impairment) Amendment Act 2006

. Pt 2.5 became an applied provision on 9 April 2004. The other applied provisions have been applied provisions since the commencement of the Code on 1 January 2003.

    (2)     A declaration under subsection (1) is a notifiable instrument.

Note     A notifiable instrument must be notified under the Legislation Act


    (3)     This section expires on the application date.

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