(1) If the conditions stated in subsection (2) are satisfied, a Committee may, by notice in writing, require any person to produce to the Committee any papers, documents, records, or things.
(2) The conditions referred to in subsection (1) are that—
(a) the members of the Committee believe, on reasonable grounds, that the exercise of the powers conferred by that subsection is necessary to enable the Committee to carry out its inquiry; and
(b) the person to whom a notice under that subsection is to be given has failed to comply with a previous request to produce to the Committee, within a reasonable time, the papers, documents, records, or things required by the notice; and
(c) the members of the Committee believe, on reasonable grounds, that—
(i) it is not reasonably practicable to obtain the information required by the Committee from another source; or
(ii) for the purposes of the investigation, it is necessary to obtain the papers, documents, records, or things to verify or refute information obtained from another source.
Compare: 2003 No 48 s 77