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Concealing conduct, agreement or arrangement

    (1)     A person must not encourage another person to conceal from a relevant authority conduct, or an agreement or arrangement in respect of conduct, that corrupts or would corrupt a betting outcome of an event or event contingency

        (a)     knowing that, or being reckless as to whether, the conduct corrupts or would corrupt a betting outcome of the event or event contingency; and

        (b)     intending to obtain a financial advantage, or cause a financial disadvantage, in connection with any betting on the event or event contingency.

Penalty:     level 5 imprisonment (10 years maximum).

    (2)     In this section "relevant authority" means—

S. 195E(2)(a) substituted by No. 37/2014 s. 10(Sch. item 36.8).

        (a)     a police officer; or

        (b)     a body that has the official function of controlling, regulating or supervising an event or betting on an event; or

        (c)     any other authority of a kind prescribed by regulation.

S. 195F inserted by No. 20/2013 s. 3.

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