(1) The decision
whether an applicant should be approved as a surety in any case is to be made
(a) by a
person referred to in section 29(a) to (d); or
where the accused to whom bail has been granted is in prison, by a person for
the time being in charge of the prison; or
where the accused to whom bail has been granted is a child, by an authorised
community services officer.
(2) A judicial officer
when granting bail to an accused subject to a requirement for a surety or
sureties may make an order as to —
giving of notice to the prosecutor of an application for approval of any
person or persons who are to, or may, approve any surety,
and subsection (1) has
effect subject to any such order.
[Section 36 inserted: No. 6 of 2008 s. 24(1).]