Sexual violation is the act of a person who—
rapes another person; or
has unlawful sexual connection with another person.
Person A rapes person B if person A has sexual connection with person B, effected by the penetration of person B’s genitalia by person A’s penis,—
without person B’s consent to the connection; and
without believing on reasonable grounds that person B consents to the connection.
Person A has unlawful sexual connection with person B if person A has sexual connection with person B—
One person may be convicted of the sexual violation of another person at a time when they were married to each other.
Section 128: replaced, on 20 May 2005, by section 7 of the Crimes Amendment Act 2005 (2005 No 41).