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Changes in legislation may occur quickly. We recommend that formal advice from a solicitor or legal advisor be sought before acting in any of the areas mentioned. SWOP does not accept any liability for any illness, loss or damage incurred by use of, or reliance upon, the information on this site. The following legal information was correct at June 2010.
The information in this book applies to people working in the sex industry in NSW only. Workers in other states should contact their local sex worker project for information and referral.
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