(1) Where any enactment prohibits the institution or continuance of proceedings for an offence otherwise than by or with the consent of any person, the prohibition shall apply in relation to proceedings under section 321G for incitement to commit that offence.
(a) an indictable offence has been committed; and
(b) proceedings may not be instituted for that offence because a time limit applicable to the institution of such proceedings has expired—
proceedings under section 321G for incitement to commit that offence shall not be instituted against any person.
(3) A person shall not be liable to be convicted in respect of the same inciting of both—
(a) incitement under section 321G; and
(b) incitement under any enactment other than section 321G.
S. 321L inserted by No. 10079 s. 7(2).