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Sentences not invalidated by failure to comply with procedural requirements

    (1)     The failure of a court to give reasons or to comply with any other procedural requirement contained in this Act in sentencing an offender does not invalidate any sentence imposed by it.

    (2)     Nothing in subsection (1) prevents a court on an appeal against sentence from reviewing a sentence imposed by a court in circumstances where there has been a failure that is referred to in that subsection.

Pt 7 (Heading) substituted by No. 19/2015 s. 4.

Part 7—Correction of errors

S. 104 (Heading) inserted by No. 19/2015 s. 5(1).

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