A person commits a home invasion if—
(a) the person enters a home as a trespasser with intent—
- to steal anything in the home; or
- to commit an offence, punishable by imprisonment for a term of 5 years or more—
- involving an assault to a person in the home; or
- involving any damage to the home or to property in the home; and
(b) the person enters the home in company with one or more other persons; and
- at the time the person enters the home, the person has with them a firearm, an imitation firearm, an offensive weapon, an explosive or an imitation explosive; or
- at any time while the person is present in the home, another person (other than a person referred to in paragraph (b)) is present in the home.
See Section 77A Crimes Act 1958.