Pt V repealed by No 137 of 2000, s 3 and Sch 2 item 153, effective 24 May 2001.
Act No 137 of 2000 contained the following transitional provisions, effective 24 May 2001:
Despite the amendment or repeal of a provision, that provision continues to apply, after the commencement of this item, in relation to:
an offence committed before the commencement of this item; or
proceedings for an offence alleged to have been committed before the commencement of this item; or
any matter connected with, or arising out of, such proceedings;
as if the amendment or repeal had not been made.
Subitem (1) does not limit the operation of section
Acts Interpretation Act 1901
a provision in force immediately before the commencement of this item required that a notice set out the effect of one or more other provisions; and
any or all of those other provisions are repealed; and
the first-mentioned provision is amended;
the amendment of the first-mentioned provision does not affect the validity of such a notice that was given before the commencement of this item.
S 64 repealed by No 137 of 2000, s 3 and
Sch 2 item 153, effective 24 May 2001. For transitional provisions see note
under Pt V heading. S 64 formerly read:
What amounts to uttering
A person shall be deemed to utter a forged seal,
signature, document, register, or record, if he tenders or puts it off, or
attempts to tender or put it off, or uses or deals with it, or attempts to
use or deal with it, or attempts to induce any person to use, deal with, act
upon, or accept it.