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Transitional Provisions—Stalking Intervention Orders Act 2008

    (1)     In this section—

"intervention order" means an intervention order of a kind referred to in section 21A(5) of the Crimes Act 1958 ;

the 2008 Act means the Stalking Intervention Orders Act 2008 .

    (2)     Despite the commencement of Part 8 of the 2008 Act, section 47A continues to apply in respect of a suspension under that section in force immediately before the commencement of that Part.

    (3)     If, before the commencement of section 74 of the 2008 Act, firearms or cartridge ammunition were surrendered or seized under section 53 as a consequence of the making of an intervention order under the Crimes (Family Violence) Act 1987 , the person must dispose of the firearm or ammunition in accordance with section 53(4) within 3 months of the making of the order, as if the surrender or seizure had happened after the commencement of section 74.

    (4)     If, before the commencement of Part 8 of the 2008 Act—

        (a)     a person had applied for a declaration under section 189(1); and

        (b)     that application had not been determined—

section 189 as in force immediately before the commencement of Part 8 of the 2008 Act continues to apply to the determination of the application.

    (5)     The amendments made to this Act by the 2008 Act do not affect any declaration made under section 189(1) before the commencement of Part 8 of the 2008 Act.

S. 215 inserted by No. 52/2010 s. 25.

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