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Offence to be present at examination

    (1)     A person (other than an IBAC Officer or a Victorian Inspectorate Officer) must not be present at an examination that is not open to the public unless he or she is—

        (a)     attending in accordance with a witness summons duly served under section 124; or

        (b)     subject to section 127(2), an Australian legal practitioner representing a person who is attending in accordance with a witness summons; or

        (c)     entitled to be present by reason of a direction given by the IBAC under section 119; or

        (d)     an Australian legal practitioner, or other person, engaged by the IBAC to assist the IBAC in the examination; or

        (e)     any other person authorised to be present by the IBAC or otherwise authorised to be present under this Act or any other law.

Penalty:     120 penalty units or imprisonment for 12 months or both.

S. 118(2) inserted by No. 30/2016 s. 30.

    (2)     In this section, "present" includes being remotely present.

S. 119 inserted by No. 28/2012 s. 21 (as amended by No. 82/2012 s. 151(3)), amended by No. 82/2012 s. 13.

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