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Elvin, J. D. (2008)
Publisher: Vathek Publishing
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Rape, HIV disclosure, KD, consent, evidential presumptions, intoxication

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mesheuropmc: behavioral disciplines and activities, humanities
The concept of consent is fundamental in considering the crime of rape under the Sexual Offences Act 2003 (SOA). Consent was placed on a statutory footing for the first time by the SOA which defines consent alongside evidential and conclusive presumptions under sections 74-76, respectively. This article explores the position that unfortunately, neither significant clarity nor enhanced protection appears to have been embraced or achieved by the incorporation of consent.
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