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Notice of compulsory examination order to be served

    (1)     The informant must serve notice of an order made under section 104(1) on—

        (a)     the person to whom the order relates; and

        (b)     the accused.

    (2)     The notice must—

        (a)     be in the form prescribed by the rules of court; and

S. 105(2)(b) amended by No. 68/2009 s. 51(x).

        (b)     be served personally on the person to whom the order relates in accordance with section 391.

    (3)     Section 134(1) of the Magistrates' Court Act 1989 (contempt of court) applies to a person ordered to attend the Magistrates' Court under section 104(1) as if—

        (a)     the person had been summoned as a witness and had been given or tendered any conduct money required to be given or tendered; and

        (b)     the order were a summons.

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