Criminal Code Act 1995
Section 3CHAPTER 4 - THE INTEGRITY AND SECURITY OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY AND FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS Division 72 - Explosives and lethal devices
In this Subdivision:
(a) the Convention on the Marking of Plastic Explosives for the Purpose of Detection, done at Montreal on 1 March 1991; or
(i) the Convention is amended; and
the Convention as so amended.
(ii) the amendment binds Australia;
In 2006, the text of the Convention was accessible through the Australian Treaties Library on the AustLII website (www.austlii.edu.au).
(a) a bomb;
(b) a grenade;
(c) a mine;
(d) a missile;
(e) a perforator;
(f) a projectile;
(g) a rocket;
(h) a shaped charge;
(i) a shell.
(a) cyclotetramethylenetetranitramine (HMX);
(b) pentaerythritol tetranitrate (PETN);
(c) cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine (RDX).
(a) the process of transforming a substance into a different substance;
(b) the reprocessing of a substance.
(a) formulated with:
(i) one or more high explosives which in their pure form have a vapour pressure less than 10 -4 Pa at a temperature of 25 ° C; and
(ii) a binder material; and
(b) as a mixture, malleable or flexible at normal room temperature.
(a) receive or obtain possession of the substance;
(b) have control over the disposition of the substance (whether or not the substance is in the custody of the person);
(c) have joint possession of the substance.
(a) the AFP Minister; or
(b) the Minister for Defence.
(a) transfer the substance; or
(b) offer the substance for sale; or
(c) invite the making of offers to buy the substance; or
(d) prepare the substance for transfer with the intention of transferring any of it or believing that another person intends to transfer any of it; or
(e) transport or deliver the substance with the intention of transferring any of it or believing that another person intends to transfer any of it; or
(f) guard or conceal the substance with the intention of transferring any of it or the intention of assisting another person to transfer any of it; or
(g) possess the substance with the intention of transferring any of it.
For the purposes of paragraph (d), preparing a substance for transfer includes packaging the substance or separating the substance into discrete units.