(1) If a party intends to raise an issue referred to in section 199(1)(a), (b), (c) or (d), whether before or during trial, the party must—
(a) first, notify the other party of the issue or the order sought, in order to ascertain whether the issue will be in dispute or the order will be opposed; and
(b) secondly, notify the court of the issue or the order sought.
(2) Notification under subsection (1)(b) must include—
(a) confirmation that the other party has been notified of the issue or the order sought; and
(b) information, if available, as to whether the issue is in dispute or the order is opposed.
(3) Notification under subsection (1) must occur—
(a) as soon as possible after the party becomes aware of the issue and at least 14 days before the day on which the trial of the accused is listed to commence; or
(b) if the party is not aware of the issue within the period referred to in paragraph (a), as soon as possible after the party becomes aware of it.