Section 193F Crimes Act 1900 | Proof of Other Offences Not Required


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Section 193F of the Crimes Act 1900 is Proof of Other Offences Not Required and is extracted below.

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The Legislation

Section 193F of the Crimes Act 1900 deals with the offence of ‘Proof of Other Offences Not Required’ and reads as follows:

193F Proof of Other Offences Not Required

(1) To avoid doubt, it is not necessary, in order to prove for the purposes of an offence under this Part that property is proceeds of crime, to establish that:

(a) a particular offence was committed in relation to the property, or

(b) a particular person committed an offence in relation to the property.

(2) To avoid doubt, it is not necessary, in order to prove for the purposes of an offence under this Part that property will be an instrument of crime, to establish:

(a) an intention or risk that a particular offence will be committed in relation to the property, or

(b) an intention or risk that a particular person will commit an offence in relation to the property.

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