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ROYAL COMMISSIONS ACT 1902 - SECT 6DD

Statements made by witness not admissible in evidence against the witness

  (1)   The following are not admissible in evidence against a natural person in any civil or criminal proceedings in any court of the Commonwealth, of a State or of a Territory:

  (a)   a statement or disclosure made by the person:

  (i)   in the course of giving evidence before a Commission; or

  (ii)   in writing given in response to a notice under subsection   2(3C);

  (b)   the production of a document or other thing by the person pursuant to a summons, requirement or notice under section   2 or subsection   6AA(3).

  (2)   Subsection   (1) does not apply to the admissibility of evidence in proceedings for an offence against this Act.


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