Transport Accident Investigation Commission Act 1990

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14D Admissibility of cockpit recordings, and certain investigation records supplied to Commission

(1)

A record specified in section 14C(2) is not admissible in—

(a)

civil proceedings other than proceedings of a kind to which section 14F applies; and

(b)

proceedings under the Armed Forces Discipline Act 1971.

(2)

A record specified in section 14C(2) is not admissible against a member of the flight crew of a military or a non-military aircraft in any proceedings.

(3)

Nothing in subsection (2) affects the admissibility of a record specified in section 14C(2) against a person other than a member of the flight crew of a military or a non-military aircraft.

(4)

A record specified in section 14C(2) is only admissible in particular civil proceedings of a kind to which section 14F applies if it was disclosed in relation to those proceedings in accordance with an order made under section 14E or section 14F.

(5)

Nothing in this section renders admissible any record that is inadmissible under any other enactment or rule of law.

Section 14D: inserted, on 10 September 1999, by section 7 of the Transport Accident Investigation Commission Amendment Act 1999 (1999 No 113).