Crimes amendment act 2005
Crimes Amendment (Grievous Bodily Harm) Bill 2005. Long Title: An Act to amend the Crimes Act 1900 to ensure that offences under that Act relating to the infliction of grievous bodily harm extend to the destruction of the foetus of a pregnant woman (other than in the course of a medical procedure). Text of Bill: Passed by both Houses. pdf.An Act to amend the Crimes Act 1914, and for related purposes. Assented to 6 July 2005. The Parliament of Australia enacts: 1 Short title. This Act may be cited as the Crimes Amendment Act 2005. 2 Commencement. This Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent. 3 Schedule(s) Each Act that is specified in a Schedule to this Act is amended or repealed as set out in the applicable crimes amendment act 2005
Every one who does an indecent act on another person knowing that the other person has been induced to consent to the act by threat is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 5 years.
Apr 20, 2005 (c) every offence against section 23(1) of the Prostitution Reform Act 2003 is deemed to be an offence described in any extradition treaty concluded before the commencement of section 10 of the Crimes Amendment Act 2005 and for the time being in force between New Zealand and any foreign country that is a party to the protocol referred to in subsection (5). PROCEEDS OF CRIME (AMENDMENT) ACT 2005 AN ACT TO MAKE FURTHER PROVISION IN RELATION TO THE RECOVERY AND DISPOSAL OF PROCEEDS OF CRIME AND FOR THAT PURPOSE TO AMEND THE PROCEEDS OF CRIME ACT 1996, THE CRIMINAL ASSETS BUREAU ACT 1996, THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACT 1994 AND THE PREVENTION OF CORRUPTION (AMENDMENT) ACT 2001. [12 th February, 2005crimes amendment act 2005 An Act to amend the Crimes Act 1914, and for related purposes Administered by: AttorneyGeneral's Originating Bill: Crimes Amendment Bill 2005