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Non-conviction orders—ancillary orders

    (1)     This section applies if the court makes a non-conviction order for an offender for an offence.

    (2)     The court may make any ancillary order that it could have made if it had convicted the offender of the offence.

    (3)     The offender has the same rights of appeal in relation to the making of the ancillary order as the offender would have had if the order had been made on the conviction of the offender for the offence.

    (4)     This section is subject to section 134 (Operation of ancillary and restitution orders).

    (5)     In this section:

"ancillary order" means an order or direction in relation to any of the following:

        (a)     restitution;

        (b)     compensation;

        (c)     costs;

        (d)     forfeiture;

        (e)     destruction;

        (f)     disqualification or loss or suspension of a licence or privilege.


1     a reparation order

2     a driver licence disqualification order

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