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Name: Sex Industry Offences Act 2005 (No. 42 of 2005).
Country: Australia - Tasmania
Subject(s): Elimination of forced labour
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2005-11-24
Entry into force:
ISN: AUS-2005-L-82006
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=82006&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Act on-line Act on-line Tasmania's Consolidated Legislation On-line, Government of Tasmania, Australia (consulted on 2009-09-17)
Abstract/Citation: An Act to impose certain restrictions on the operation of sexual services businesses in order to protect children and sex workers from exploitation in the sex industry, to safeguard public health, to amend the Criminal Code Act 1924, the Evidence (Children and Special Witnesses) Act 2001, the Justices Act 1959 and the Police Offences Act 1935 and for related purposes.
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