CRIMES ACT 1914

Part IAA - Search, information gathering, arrest and related powers (other than powers under delayed notification search warrants)  

Division 1 - Preliminary  

SECTION 3D   Application of Part  

(1)  
This Part is not intended to limit or exclude the operation of another law of the Commonwealth (including other provisions of this Act) relating to:


(a) the search of premises; or


(b) arrest and related matters; or


(c) the stopping, detaining or searching of conveyances or persons; or


(d) the seizure of things; or


(e) the requesting of information or documents from persons.

(2)  
To avoid any doubt, it is declared that even though another law of the Commonwealth (including other provisions of this Act) provides power to do one or more of the things referred to in subsection (1), a similar power conferred by this Part may be used despite the existence of the power under the other law.

(3)  
(Repealed by No 64 of 2004)

(4)  
This Part is not intended to limit or exclude the operation of a law of a Territory relating to:


(a) the search of premises; or


(b) arrest and related matters; or


(c) the stopping, detaining or searching of conveyances or persons; or


(d) the seizure of things; or


(e) the requesting of information or documents from persons;

in relation to offences against a law of that Territory.

(5)  
This Part does not apply to the exercise by a constable of powers under the Defence Force Discipline Act 1982 .

(6)  


The application of this Part in relation to State offences that have a federal aspect is not intended to limit or exclude the concurrent operation of any law of a State or of the Australian Capital Territory.
Note 1:

Subsection 3(1) defines State to include the Northern Territory.

Note 2:

Section 3AA has the effect that an offence against the law of the Australian Capital Territory is a State offence that has a federal aspect.




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