Criminal Procedure Act 1986 No 209
Current version for 14 May 2020 to date (accessed 6 June 2020 at 11:37)
175   Form of court attendance notice
(1)  A court attendance notice must be in writing and be in the form prescribed by the rules.
(2)  The rules may prescribe one or more forms of court attendance notice.
(3)  A court attendance notice must do the following—
(a)  describe the offence,
(b)  briefly state the particulars of the alleged offence,
(c)  contain the name of the prosecutor,
(d)  require the accused person to appear before the court at a specified date, time and place, unless a warrant is issued for the arrest of the person or the person is refused bail,
(e)  state, unless a warrant is issued for the arrest of the person or the person is refused bail, that failure to appear may result in the arrest of the person or in the matter being dealt with in the absence of the person.
(4)  The rules may prescribe additional matters to be included in court attendance notices.
(5)  A court attendance notice may describe an offence, act or other thing in a way that is sufficient under this Act for the purposes of an indictment or an averment in an indictment.