Criminal Procedure Act 1986 No 209
Current version for 1 July 2020 to date (accessed 15 August 2020 at 12:11)
Chapter 3 Part 2 Division 7
Division 7 Committal for trial where unfitness to be tried raised
93   Committal for trial where unfitness to be tried raised
(1)  The Magistrate may commit an accused person for trial for an offence if—
(a)  the question of the person’s unfitness to be tried for the offence is raised by the accused person, the prosecutor or the Magistrate, and
(b)  if the question is raised by the accused person or the prosecutor, the Magistrate is satisfied that it has been raised in good faith.
(2)  The question of the person’s unfitness to be tried for an offence may be raised at any time in the committal proceedings.
(3)  The Magistrate may require a psychiatric or other report relating to the accused person to be supplied to the Magistrate by the accused person or the prosecutor before committing a person for trial under this section.
94   Committal may take place after charge certification
The Magistrate may commit an accused person for trial under this Division only—
(a)  if the charge certificate has been filed under Division 4 and a case conference is not required to be held in the committal proceedings, or
(b)  if the charge certificate has been filed under Division 4 and a case conference has not yet been held in the committal proceedings, or
(c)  if the case conference certificate for the proceedings has been filed in the committal proceedings.