(1) The Governor-General may from time to time, by Order in Council, make regulations for all or any of the following purposes:
(a) prescribing the form of warrants, notices, endorsements, and orders for the purposes of this Act:
(b) prescribing additional matters to be included in the record of the case under section 25:
(c) prescribing the fees, travelling allowances, and expenses payable to interpreters and to persons giving evidence in proceedings under this Act:
(d) prescribing the costs and charges payable by any party in proceedings under this Act:
(e) prescribing the practice and procedure of District Courts in relation to proceedings under this Act, including (without limitation),—
(i) the pre-hearing disclosure of information:
(ii) the powers of the court when information required to be disclosed by the regulations is not disclosed or not disclosed in accordance with the requirements specified in the regulations or by the court:
(iii) requiring the person whose surrender is sought to give notice of his or her intention to put a restriction on surrender in issue in the proceedings:
(iv) the circumstances in which the court may appoint an expert witness, the procedure to be followed after the expert witness is appointed, the rights of the parties in relation to the evidence given by the expert witness, and the manner in which the expert witness is to be remunerated:
(f) prescribing the manner of serving removal orders under Part 11, and other documents for the purposes of this Act:
(g) providing for such matters as are contemplated by or necessary for giving full effect to the provisions of this Act and for its due administration.
(2) Regulations made under subsection (1)(e) may provide for different practice and procedure in relation to proceedings under Part 3 than in relation to proceedings under Part 4.