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Complicity, incitement and conspiracy offences do not apply to buyers of drugs

A person does not commit any of the following offences only because the person bought or intended to buy a controlled drug from someone else:

        (a)     an offence under section 45 (Complicity and common purpose);

        (b)     an offence against section 47 (Incitement);

        (c)     an offence against section 48 (Conspiracy).

Note     For additional offences relating to possessing controlled drugs, see the Drugs of Dependence Act 1989

, pt 10 and the Medicines, Poisons and Therapeutic Goods Act 2008

, s 36.

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