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Liability for identification tests

                   No civil or criminal liability is incurred, by a person who carries out or helps to carry out an identification test under this Act, in respect of a thing done by the person if:

                     (a)  it was properly and necessarily done in good faith in carrying out or helping to carry out the identification test; and

                     (b)  the person believed on reasonable grounds that the identification test was carried out in accordance with this Act.

Note:          This section does not provide any protection in respect of action taken maliciously.

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