Has your Business been forced to provide QR contact Tracing Services?

Can the State Government force you by coercion to provide contact tracing services with the threat of  a penalty and closure of your

business?

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CRIMINAL CODE ACT 1995 - SCHEDULE

Criminal Code

 

Subdivision C--Slavery-like offences

270.4 Definition of servitude

(1) For the purposes of this Division, servitude is the condition of a person (the victim ) who provides labour or services, if, because of the use of coercion, threat or deception:

(a) a reasonable person in the position of the victim would not consider himself or herself to be free:

(i) to cease providing the labour or services; or

(ii) to leave the place or area where the victim provides the labour or services; and

(b) the victim is significantly deprived of personal freedom in respect of aspects of his or her life other than the provision of the labour or services.

(2) Subsection (1) applies whether the coercion, threat or deception is used against the victim or another person.

(3) The victim may be in a condition of servitude whether or not:

(a) escape from the condition is practically possible for the victim; or

(b) the victim has attempted to escape from the condition.

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270.5 Servitude offences

Causing a person to enter into or remain in servitude

(1) A person commits an offence if:

(a) the person engages in conduct; and

(b) the conduct causes another person to enter into or remain in servitude.

Penalty:

(a) in the case of an aggravated offence (see section 270.8)--imprisonment for 20 years; or

(b) in any other case--imprisonment for 15 years.

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Conducting a business involving servitude

(2) A person commits an offence if:

(a) the person conducts any business; and

(b) the business involves the servitude of another person (or persons).

Penalty:

(a) in the case of an aggravated offence (see section 270.8)--imprisonment for 20 years; or

(b) in any other case--imprisonment for 15 years.

 

Business owners simply do not have the power to enforce Health laws as they fail to be authorised officers for the purpose of enforcement of the States Health Act. Simply ask if a business is imposing anything upon you ~ "Can you show me your instrument of delegation signed by the Chief Health Officer or authorised health officer giving you the necessary authority?"

In a recent Magistrates court ruling in NSW where a publican was fined $10,000 for not imposing Directions/legislation the Magistrate clearly stated ~

"... a publican is not an authorised officer and therefore can't tell his patrons to comply with Covid 19 directions  as issued by the state government ."

 

 


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