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J2009-385

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Australian Capital Territory
Crimes (Transitional Provisions)
Regulation 2009
Subordinate Law SL2009-21

The Australian Capital Territory Executive makes the following regulation
under the Crimes Act 1900.
Dated 11 May 2009.
SIMON CORBELL
Minister
ANDREW BARR
Minister



J2009-385
Authorised by the ACT Parliamentary Counselalso accessible at www.legislation.act.gov.au

Australian Capital Territory
Crimes (Transitional Provisions)
Regulation 2009
Subordinate Law SL2009-21
made under the
Crimes Act 1900




Contents
Page
1 Name of regulation 1
2 Commencement 1
3 Modification of Act, pt 30Act, s 601 (2) 1



Section 1


SL2009-21

Crimes (Transitional Provisions) Regulation 2009

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1 Name of regulation
This regulation is the Crimes (Transitional Provisions)
Regulation 2009.
2 Commencement
This regulation commences immediately after the commencement of
the Crimes Legislation Amendment Act 2008, schedule 1, part 1.3.
Note The naming and commencement provisions automatically commence on
the notification day (see Legislation Act, s 75 (1)).
3 Modification of Act, pt 30Act, s 601 (2)
The Act, section 600 applies as if the following subsections were
inserted:
(2) That part, as in force immediately before the amendments
commence, continues to apply to the proceeding.
(3) For subsection (1), the hearing in a proceeding for an offence has
started if
(a) the defendant has pleaded guilty to the charge and the court has
accepted the plea; or
(b) the defendant has pleaded not guilty to the charge, or is taken
to have pleaded not guilty to the charge under section 375 (6)
and the court has begun to take oral or written evidence in the
proceeding (other than in relation to bail or any other
interlocutory matter).





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Endnotes
1 Notification
Notified under the Legislation Act on 18 May 2009.
2 Republications of amended laws
For the latest republication of amended laws, see www.legislation.act.gov.au.
























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