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BAIL ACT 2013 - SECT 69

Limited powers when decision made by Supreme Court or Court of Criminal Appeal

69 Limited powers when decision made by Supreme Court or Court of Criminal Appeal

(1) The Local Court, the District Court or the Land and Environment Court (a
"relevant court" ) may hear a bail application for an offence when a bail decision has been made by the Supreme Court (however constituted) or the Court of Criminal Appeal only if:
(a) proceedings for the offence are pending in the relevant court, and
(b) the person appears before the relevant court in those proceedings, and
(c) the relevant court is satisfied that special facts or special circumstances justify the hearing of the bail application.
(2) This section has effect subject to any exceptions or other limitations prescribed by the regulations.
(3) This section does not prevent a court from hearing a detention application under Part 8.
Note : Part 8 permits bail to be revoked because of a failure or threatened failure to comply with a bail acknowledgment or bail conditions.



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