Criminal Procedure Act 1986 No 209
Current version for 14 May 2020 to date (accessed 6 June 2020 at 12:46)
Chapter 6 Part 3A Section 283B
283B   Form and requirements for written statements
(1)  A written statement may be in the form of questions and answers.
(2)  A written statement must specify the age of the person who made the statement.
(3)  A written statement must be endorsed in accordance with the regulations by the maker of the statement as to the truth of the statement and any other matter required by the regulations.
(4)  A written statement or such an endorsement on a statement must be written in a language of which the person who made the statement has a reasonable understanding.
(5)  If the written statement, or part of it, is in a language other than English, a document purporting to contain an English translation of the statement or part must be annexed to the statement.