Section 193A of the Crimes Act 1900 is Definitions and is extracted below.
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Section 193A of the Crimes Act 1900 deals with ‘Definitions’ and reads as follows:
In this Part:
“deal with” includes:
(a) receive, possess, conceal or dispose of, or
(b) bring or cause to be brought into New South Wales, including transfer or cause to be transferred by electronic communication, or
(c) engage directly or indirectly in a transaction, including receiving or making a gift.
“instrument of crime” means property that is used in the commission of, or to facilitate the commission of, a serious offence.
“proceeds of crime” means any property that is substantially derived or realised, directly or indirectly, by any person from the commission of a serious offence.”serious offence” means:
(a) an offence (including a common law offence) against the laws of New South Wales, being an offence that may be prosecuted on indictment, or
(a1) an offence against a law of the Commonwealth that may be prosecuted on indictment, or
(b) the offence of supplying any restricted substance prescribed for the purposes of section 16 of the Poisons and Therapeutic Goods Act 1966 that arises under section
18A (1) of that Act, or
(c) an offence committed outside New South Wales (including outside Australia) that would be an offence referred to in paragraph (a) or (b) if it had been committed in New South Wales.
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