“(1) This section applies if a person is in custody under a conviction and is appealing the conviction or sentence, or both, to the High Court.
“(2) If the appellant is in custody only under the conviction to which the appeal relates, the appellant is bailable at any time before the hearing of the appeal—
“(3) Subject to the provisions of section 31 (as applied by subsection (4)), if an appellant is granted bail, the appellant must be released on condition that the appellant attend personally at the High Court on the day on which the appeal is to be heard and on any day to which the hearing may from time to time be adjourned.
“(4) If an appellant is granted bail under this section, the provisions of sections 30 to 33, 35, 37, 38, 39, and 52, as far as they are applicable and with any necessary modifications, apply as if the appellant were a defendant remanded in custody who had been granted bail.
“(5) If an appellant is granted or refused bail under this section, or any decision is made under section 33(1) (as applied by subsection (4)) in respect of any appellant, the provisions of sections 44 and 45, as far as they are applicable and with all necessary modifications, apply as if the appellant were a defendant who had been granted or, as the case may be, refused bail.
“(6) For the purposes of this section, an appellant is not deemed to be in custody only under the conviction to which the appeal relates if a direction has been given under section 83 of the Sentencing Act 2002 that another sentence or term of imprisonment is to follow the sentence imposed on that conviction, and the appellant has not appealed against the conviction in respect of which that other sentence or term was imposed.
“(7) If an appeal is filed on a question of law under subpart 8 of Part 6 of the Criminal Procedure Act 2011 and the appeal relates to a person's conviction, this section applies to the convicted person as it does to the appellant.
“Compare: 1957 No 87 s 125