Crimes Amendment Bill

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Hon Amy Adams

Crimes Amendment Bill

Government Bill



Bill note
3Principal Act
4Section 2 amended (Interpretation)
5Section 98D replaced (Trafficking in people by means of coercion or deception)
98DTrafficking in persons
6Section 105C amended (Bribery of foreign public official)
6ASection 105D amended (Bribery outside New Zealand of foreign public official)
7Section 105E replaced (Exception for acts lawful in country of foreign public official)
105ECorruption of foreign public officials
105FTrading in influence
8Section 106 amended (Restrictions on prosecution)
9Section 228 amended (Dishonestly taking or using document)
10New sections 228A to 228C inserted
228ADesigning, manufacturing, or adapting goods with intent to facilitate commission of crimes involving dishonesty
228BPossessing, selling, or disposing of goods designed, manufactured, or adapted with intent to facilitate commission of crimes involving dishonesty
228CPossessing goods capable of being used to facilitate crimes involving dishonesty with intent to facilitate commission of those offences
11Section 240 amended (Obtaining by deception or causing loss by deception)
12Section 243 amended (Money laundering)
13Section 243A replaced (Charges for money laundering)
243ACharges for money laundering
14Section 244 amended (Defence of enforcement of enactment)
15Section 245 replaced (Section 243 not to apply to certain acts committed outside New Zealand)
245Application of section 243 to acts outside New Zealand
16Section 256 amended (Forgery)
17Section 258 amended (Altering, concealing, destroying, or reproducing documents with intent to deceive)
Legislative history

The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows: