S 50FA repealed by No 42 of 2010, s 3 and Sch 1 item 1, effective 15 April 2010. S 50FA formerly read:
SECTION 50FA Certain material taken to be evidence of age
In determining for the purposes of this Part whether a person is under 16, or was under 16 at a particular time, or how old a person is or was at a particular time, a jury or court may treat any of the following as admissible evidence:
medical or other scientific opinion;
a document that is or appears to be an official or medical record from a country outside Australia;
a document that is or appears to be a copy of such a record.
This section does not make any other kind of evidence inadmissible, and does not affect a prosecutor
s duty to do all he or she can to adduce the best possible evidence for determining the question.
If, on a trial for an offence against this Part, evidence may be treated as admissible because of subsection (1), the court must warn the jury that it must be satisfied beyond reasonable doubt in determining the question.