A person (R) commits the offence of passive bribery when R requests, agrees to receive, or accepts a financial or other advantage in one of the following circumstances:
R has the intention that, as a consequence, R (or someone else) will perform a relevant function or activity improperly1;
the request, agreement or acceptance itself amounts to an improper performance by the receiver of a relevant function or activity2;
the request, agreement or acceptance is a reward for the improper performance of a relevant function or activity (whether the performance is
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