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CRIMES ACT 1958 - SECT 36A

Reasonable belief in consent

    (1)     Whether or not a person reasonably believes that another person is consenting to an act depends on the circumstances.

    (2)     Without limiting subsection (1), the circumstances include any steps that the person has taken to find out whether the other person consents or, in the case of an offence against section 42(1), would consent to the act.

S. 36B inserted by No. 47/2016 s. 5.



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