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Name: Crimes Act 1961 (No. 43 of 1961).
Country: New Zealand
Subject(s): Criminal and penal law
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 1961-11-01
Entry into force:
ISN: NZL-1961-L-72006
Bibliography: Statutes of New Zealand Statutes of New Zealand Parliamentary Counsel Office, Government of New Zealand PDF of Act as at 21/3/2019 PDF of Act as at 21/3/2019 (consulted on 2005-11-09)
Abstract/Citation: Part 1 - Jurisdiction
Part 2 - Punishments
Part 3 - Matters of justification or excuse
Part 4 - Parties to the commission of offences
Part 5 - Crimes against public order
Part 6 - Crimes affecting the administration of law and justice
Part 7 - Crimes against religion, morality and public welfare
Part 8 - Crimes against the person
Part 9 - Crimes against reputation
Part 9A - Crimes against personal privacy
Part 10 - Crimes against rights of property
Part 11 - Threatening, conspiring, and attempting to commit offences
Part 11A - Obtaining evidence by interception devices
Part 12 - Procedure
Part 13 - Appeals
Part 14 - Miscellaneous provisions
Amending text(s):

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