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The Criminal Procedure Act 2009 has been in operation for a few years now. While there continues to be interpretation and amendment of its provisions, the transition from the old legislation to the new has successfully been made, and a blog exclusively dedicated to the Act is no longer necessary.

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104. Order for compulsory examination hearing

104. Order for compulsory examination hearing

(1) On the application of the informant, the Magistrates' Court may make an order requiring a person to attend before the court on a date fixed by the court for the purpose of being examined by or on behalf of the informant or producing a document or thing or both.

(2) The Magistrates' Court may make an order under subsection (1) if it is satisfied that it is in the interests of justice to do so.

(3) The Magistrates' Court may set aside an order under subsection (1) at any time, whether on its own motion or on the application of the informant or the person sought to be examined.


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