(1) A court may direct that a person be tried for perjury if it appears to the court that the person has committed perjury in—
(a) any evidence given orally before the court; or
(b) an affidavit, deposition, examination or other proceeding made or taken before the court.
(2) If a court directs that a person be tried for perjury, the court may remand the person in custody or grant the person bail pending the trial.
S. 363 renumbered as s. 416 by No. 68/2009 s. 54(b).