Bail Act 2000

  • This version was replaced on 25 September 2017 to make a correction to section 30U(1)(c) under section 25(1)(j)(iii) of the Legislation Act 2012.
30B When court may grant bail with EM condition

(1)

A court may grant bail with an EM condition if the defendant—

(a)

is eligible for bail with an EM condition; and

(b)

the court has satisfied itself as to the matters set out in section 30I.

(2)

A defendant is eligible for bail with an EM condition if the defendant—

(a)

is in custody on remand, including if he or she has consented to being remanded in custody; and

(b)

is not liable to be detained in custody under any other sentence or order; and

(c)

if bail with an EM condition is granted, is likely to be on bail with an EM condition for not less than 14 days.

(3)

Nothing in this section limits the discretion of a court to remand the defendant in custody if there is just cause for continued detention.

(4)

For the purposes of the grant of bail with an EM condition, court includes a Registrar in any circumstance in which a Registrar is empowered to grant bail.

Section 30B: inserted, on 4 September 2013, by section 19 of the Bail Amendment Act 2013 (2013 No 66).