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Thursday, 15 August 1974
Page: 1000


Senator GREENWOOD (Victoria) - The point made by the Attorney-General (Senator Murphy) about clause 134 is acknowledged with respect to the points he made about clause 149(3).

Clause 149, as amended, agreed to.

Clauses 150 to 154- by leave- taken together and. agreed to.

Clause 155.

(   7 ) A person is not excused from furnishing information or producing or permitting the inspection of a document in pursuance of this section on the ground that the information or document may tend to incriminate the person, but the answer by a person to any question asked in a notice under this section or the furnishing by a person of any information in pursuance of such a notice, or any document produced in pursuance of such a notice or made available to an authorised officer for inspection, is not admissible in evidence against the person-

(   a ) in the case of a person not being a body corporate- in any criminal proceedings other than proceedings under this section; or

(b)   in the case of a body corporate-in any criminal proceedings other than proceedings under this Act.







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