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Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 No 48
Current version for 13 August 2018 to date (accessed 20 September 2019 at 10:36)
111A Compensation to offenders in custody—payment to Victims Support Fund
(1) In this section:offender damages means damages ordered by the Tribunal under this Division to be paid to a person:(a) by way of compensation for any loss or damage suffered by reason of the conduct of a protected defendant that occurred while the person was an offender in custody, or(b) by way of compensation for failure by a protected defendant to comply with an order of the Tribunal made in connection with a complaint about any such conduct.offender in custody and protected defendant have the same meanings as in Part 2A (Special provisions for offenders in custody) of the Civil Liability Act 2002.(2) A protected defendant who is liable to pay offender damages to a person must not pay the damages to the person and instead must pay the amount of the damages into the Victims Support Fund established under the Victims Rights and Support Act 2013 to be expended as money forming part of that Fund.(3) Payment of an amount of damages into the Victims Support Fund by a protected defendant pursuant to this section discharges the protected defendant’s liability to pay the damages to the person to whom the damages were ordered to be paid.(4) This section extends to any interest that accrues on an amount of damages and a reference in this section to damages includes interest on damages.(5) This section does not apply to any costs payable pursuant to an order of the Tribunal.(6) This section does not apply to any offender damages that are excluded by the regulations from the operation of this section.