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No privilege against self - incrimination

  (1)   A person who is required under subsection   89B(2) or 105A(2) to produce documents for inspection is not entitled to refuse to produce the documents on the ground that the production of the documents might tend to incriminate him or her.

  (2)   However, the production of any such documents, and any information or thing (including any document) obtained as a direct or indirect result of the production of the documents, is not admissible in evidence against the person in:

  (a)   any criminal proceedings other than proceedings for an offence against section   106ZPP; or

  (b)   any civil proceedings other than proceedings before a Committee or the Determining Authority.

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