"Crimes Act 1900 - Section 545B - Intimidation or Annoyance by Violence or Otherwise"
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- Created: Tuesday, 14 February 2012 14:41
- Written by Alecomm2
(b) in consequence of such other person having done any act which he had a legal right to do, or of his having abstained from doing any act which he had a legal right to abstain from doing,
wrongfully and without legal authority:
(ii) follows such other person about from place to place, or
is liable, on conviction before the Local Court, to imprisonment for 2 years, or to a fine of 50 penalty units, or both.
(2) In this section:
"Intimidation" means the causing of a reasonable apprehension of injury to a person or to any member of his family or to any of his dependants, or of violence or damage to any person or property, and "intimidate" has a corresponding meaning.
"Injury" includes any injury to a person in respect of his property, business, occupation, employment, or other source of income, and also includes any actionable wrong of any nature.