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668 Definitions

(1) In this chapter—

"appellant" includes a person who has been convicted and desires to appeal under this chapter.

"Court" means the Court of Appeal.

"court of trial" means any court from whose finding, sentence, or other determination a person is by this Act entitled to appeal or to apply for leave to appeal.

"registrar" means the registrar of the Court.

"sentence" includes any order made by the court of trial on conviction of a person with reference to the person’s person or property whether or not the person is adversely affected thereby and whether or not the order is made instead of passing sentence.
(2) The power of the Court to pass any sentence includes a power to make any such order.
(3) For the purposes of this chapter a person acquitted on the ground of insanity, where such insanity was not set up as a defence by the person, shall be deemed to be a person convicted, and any order to keep the person in custody shall be deemed to be a sentence.

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