CRIMES ACT 1914

Part IAAB - Monitoring of compliance with control orders etc.  

Division 5 - Monitoring warrants  

SECTION 3ZZOD   Monitoring warrant must not be executed if the relevant control order is revoked etc.  

(1)  
If:


(a) a monitoring warrant was issued on the basis that a control order was in force in relation to a person; and


(b) any of the following happens:


(i) the control order is revoked;

(ii) a court declares the control order to be void;

(iii) a court varies the control order by removing one or more obligations, prohibitions or restrictions imposed on the person by the control order;

a constable must not:


(c) execute the warrant; or


(d) exercise a power under Division 2 or 3 , if the exercise of the power is consequential on the warrant. Evidence

(2)  
A thing seized in breach of subsection (1) is not admissible in evidence in criminal proceedings other than proceedings covered by paragraph 3ZQU(1)(j) .

(3)  
Information obtained in breach of subsection (1) is not admissible in evidence in criminal proceedings other than proceedings covered by paragraph 3ZQU(1)(j) .

(4)  
A document obtained in breach of subsection (1) is not admissible in evidence in criminal proceedings other than proceedings covered by paragraph 3ZQU(1)(j) .




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