A person commits an offence if he does an activity requiring consent1 without the appropriate consent2, unless he reasonably believes that he does the activity with the appropriate consent, or that what he does is not an activity to which the provision requiring consent applies3.
A person commits an offence if: (1) he falsely represents to a person whom he knows, or believes is going to, or may, do an activity requiring consent4, that there is appropriate consent to the doing of the activity, or that the activity is not one to which the provision requiring consent applies; and (2)
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