(1) When an appeal is finally determined, the Court of Appeal may make orders as to the return of exhibits as it thinks appropriate.
(2) If no order is made, each exhibit shall be returned to the person who tendered it unless—
(a) it is a document of a kind kept by the recording officer of the court of trial; or
(b) it is an exhibit to which section 311 of the Act applies.
(3) The Registrar shall return to the recording officer of the originating court any original depositions, exhibits, presentment, indictment, inquisition, plea or other document forming part of the record of the originating court which was given to the Registrar for the purposes of the appeal.