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PLANNING ACT 2016 - SECT 227
Responsibility for representative
(1) If it is relevant to prove, in offence proceedings, a person’s
state of mind about particular conduct, it is enough to show—
person’s representative was engaged in the conduct for the person within the
scope of the representative’s actual or apparent authority; and
representative had the state of mind.
(2) The person is taken to have engaged
in the representative’s conduct, unless the person proves the person could
not have prevented the conduct by exercising reasonable diligence.
"conduct" means an act or omission.
(a) of a corporation—an executive officer,
employee or agent of the corporation; or
(b) of an individual—an employee
or agent of the individual.
"state of mind" , of a person, includes the person’s—
intention, opinion, belief or purpose; and
(b) reasons for the intention,
opinion, belief or purpose.
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