(1) In this part:
"bet", by a person on an event, includes placement, acceptance or withdrawal of a bet by the person on the event.
"cause", in relation to an occurrence or state of affairs—see section 363B.
"conduct" means an act or an omission to do an act.
"corrupts a betting outcome"—see section 363C.
"encourage", a person, includes command, request, propose, advise, incite, induce, persuade, authorise, urge, threaten or place pressure on the person.
"event" means an event, or contingency connected to an event, (in the ACT or elsewhere) on which it is lawful to bet under a territory law or a law of a State or the Commonwealth.
"financial advantage" means a permanent or temporary financial advantage.
"financial disadvantage" means a permanent or temporary financial disadvantage.
"obtain"—see section 363D.
(2) The definition of conduct in section 13 does not apply to this part.