Section 203A Crimes Act 1900 | Definitions

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Section 203A of the Crimes Act 1900 is Definitions and is extracted below.

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The Legislation

Section 203A of the Crimes Act 1900 deals with ‘Definitions’ and reads as follows:

203A Definitions

In this Division:

“economic loss” includes the disruption of government functions or the disruption of the use of public facilities.

“public facility” means any of the following (whether publicly or privately owned):

(a) a government facility, including premises used by government employees in connection with official duties,

(b) a public infrastructure facility, including a facility providing water, sewerage, energy or other services to the public,

(c) a public transport facility, including a conveyance used to transport people or goods,

(d) a public place, including any premises, land or water open to the public,

(e) a public computer system, including a computer system used for the operation of a public facility, for the provision of banking services or for other services to the public.

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