74 Coroner may prohibit making public of evidence given at any part of inquiry proceedings

If satisfied that it is in the interests of justice, decency, public order, or personal privacy to do so, a coroner may prohibit the making public of—

(a)

any evidence given or submissions made at or for the purposes of any part of the proceedings of an inquiry (for example, at an inquest); and

(b)

the name, and any name or particulars likely to lead to the identification, of any witness or witnesses.

Compare: 1985 No 120 s 138(2); 1988 No 111 s 25(2)(b)