In this Part:
appropriate State authority means such person or body as is declared by the regulations to be the appropriate State authority for the purposes of this Part.
bail agreement means an agreement entered into under section 36 in connection with an accused person’s bail undertaking, whether entered into by the accused person or by any other person.
bail guarantor means any person who enters into a bail agreement in connection with an accused person’s bail undertaking, other than the accused person.
bail money means money agreed to be forfeited under a bail agreement.
bail security means security given under a bail agreement to secure payment of bail money.
forfeiture notice means a notice referred to in section 53B.
forfeiture order means an order referred to in section 53A or an order taken to be made under section 53AA.
person affected, in relation to a forfeiture order, means the accused person or bail guarantor whose bail money is forfeited to the Crown by operation of the order.
statutory review period, in relation to a forfeiture order, means the period of 28 days during which a person affected by the order may file an objection to the confirmation of the order, as referred to in section 53C.