31G. Incriminating information, questions, or documents
Without prejudice to the provisions of section 11 of the Evidence Act 1906, where under section 31C a person is required to ¾
(a) give any information;
(b) answer any question; or
(c) produce any document,
he shall not refuse to comply with that requirement on the ground that the information, answer, or document may tend to incriminate the person or render the person liable to any penalty, but the information or answer given, or document produced, by the person shall not be admissible in evidence in any proceedings against the person other than proceedings in respect of an offence against section 31H(1)(b).
[Section 31G inserted by No. 55 of 2004 s. 931.]