Section 193H of the Crimes Act 1900 is Corrupting Betting Outcome of Event and is extracted below.
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Section 193H of the Crimes Act 1900 deals with the offence of ‘Corrupting Betting Outcome of Event’ and reads as follows:
193H Corrupting Betting Outcome of Event
(1) For the purposes of this Part, conduct
“corrupts a betting outcome of an event” if the conduct:
(a) affects or, if engaged in, would be likely to affect the outcome of any type of betting on the event, and
(b) is contrary to the standards of integrity that a reasonable person would expect of persons in a position to affect the outcome of any type of betting on the event.
(2) For the purposes of this Part, an
“agreement about conduct that corrupts a betting outcome of an event” is an agreement between 2 or more persons under which one or more of those persons agree to engage in conduct that corrupts a betting outcome of an event.
(3) In this Part:
“agreement” includes an arrangement.
“conduct” means an act or an omission to perform an act.
“engage in conduct” means:
(a) do an act, or
(b) omit to perform an act.
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