Criminal Procedure Act 1986 No 209
Current version for 14 May 2020 to date (accessed 4 June 2020 at 06:19)
126   Signing of indictments
(1)  An indictment shall be signed—
(a)  by the Attorney General, the Solicitor General or the Director of Public Prosecutions, or
(b)  for and on behalf of the Attorney General or the Director of Public Prosecutions by—
(i)  a Crown Prosecutor,
(ii)  a Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions, or
(iii)  a person authorised under subsection (2) to sign indictments.
(2)  The Director of Public Prosecutions may, by order in writing, authorise a person to sign indictments for and on behalf of the Director.
(3)  It shall be presumed, in the absence of evidence to the contrary, that an indictment signed by a person for and on behalf of the Attorney General or the Director of Public Prosecutions was signed by a person authorised to do so.
(4)  A certificate signed by the Director of Public Prosecutions to the effect that a specified person was authorised during a specified period to sign indictments for and on behalf of the Director is admissible in evidence in any legal proceedings and is evidence of the matters certified.