296A. Slavery and trafficking reparation orders.

The court1 may make a slavery and trafficking reparation order2 against a person if:

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    (1)     the person has been convicted of:

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      (a)     holding another person in slavery or servitude or requiring the person to perform forced or compulsory labour3;

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      (b)     arranging or facilitating the travel of another person with a view to him being exploited4; or

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      (c)     committing any offence with the intention of committing an offence under head (b) including an offence committed by aiding, abetting, counselling or procuring an offence under head (b)5;

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      (d)     and a confiscation order6 is made against the person in respect of the