A person commits an offence if: (1) he has any bodily material1, intending that any human DNA in the material be analysed without qualifying consent2 and that the results of the analysis be used otherwise than for an excepted purpose3; (2) the material is not of a kind excepted4; and (3) he does not reasonably believe the material to be of a kind so excepted5.
Use of the results of an analysis of DNA for any of the following purposes is use for an excepted purpose6:
(1) the medical diagnosis or treatment of the person whose body manufactured the DNA7;
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