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Conduct that corrupts betting outcome

        A person (the first person ) commits an offence if—

        (a)     the first person engages in conduct; and

        (b)     the conduct corrupts a betting outcome on an event; and

        (c)     the first person is reckless about whether the conduct corrupts a betting outcome for the event; and

Note     The fault element of recklessness can be satisfied by proof of intention, knowledge or recklessness (see s 20 (4)).

        (d)     the first person intends—

              (i)     obtaining a financial advantage for the first person or another person from a bet on the event; or

              (ii)     causing a financial disadvantage to another person who bets on the event.

Maximum penalty: imprisonment for 10 years.

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