Criminal Procedure Act 1986 No 209
Current version for 14 May 2020 to date (accessed 4 June 2020 at 05:39)
Chapter 4 Part 3 Section 230
230   Application of Bail Act 2013—bail decisions made by courts
(1)  A court may make a bail decision under the Bail Act 2013 in respect of a person brought before the court after having been arrested under a warrant referred to in section 229.
(2)  The Bail Act 2013 applies to the person as if—
(a)  the person were accused of an offence, and
(b)  the proceedings in which the person is required to be examined or produce a document or thing were proceedings for that offence.
(3)  Bail may be granted for the period between—
(a)  the person’s being brought before a court under a warrant for the purpose of being examined as a witness or producing a document or thing, and
(b)  the person’s being examined as a witness or producing the document or thing.
Note.
 See section 43A of the Bail Act 2013 for a provision relating to bail decisions made by police officers.