S 30AB repealed by No 127 of 2010, s 3 and Sch 1 item 3, effective 25 November 2010. S 30AB formerly read:
SECTION 30AB Attorney-General may require information
If the Attorney-General believes that any person has in his or her possession any information or documents relating to an unlawful association, he or she may require the person, or, in the case of a corporation, any person holding a specified office in the corporation:
to answer questions;
to furnish information; and
allow the inspection of documents belonging to, or in the possession of, that person or that corporation, as the case may be;
any money, property or funds belonging to or held by or on behalf of an unlawful association, or as to which there is reasonable cause to believe that they belong to or are held by or on behalf of an unlawful association;
any payments made directly or indirectly by, to, or on behalf of, an unlawful association, or as to which there is reasonable cause to believe that they are so made; or
any transactions to which an unlawful association is or is reasonably believed to be a party.
Any person failing or neglecting to answer questions, furnish information or produce documents as required in pursuance of this section, shall be guilty of an offence.