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Revocation of order of transfer on escape from custody

The Magistrates' Court may revoke an order of transfer if it appears to the court, on application made to it under this section by the holder of a prescribed office or position or by a person who belongs to a prescribed class of persons, that the person in respect of whom the order was issued has, in the course of his being conveyed in accordance with that order, committed—

        (a)     the offence of escaping or attempting to escape; or

        (b)     any other offence,


S. 34(c) amended by No. 16/1991 s. 42.

        (c)     the offence was an offence against the law of Victoria, the Commonwealth, a participating State or a Territory; or

S. 34(d) amended by No. 68/2009 s. 97(Sch. item 96.2).

        (d)     an offence has been charged or a conviction secured in respect of the offence or not.

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