Public Safety Act, 1927

Powers of special Courts in relation to witnesses, etc.

26.—Every special court with respect to the following matters, that is to say:—

(a) the administering of oaths to witnesses,

(b) the examination of witnesses orally,

(c) enforcing the attendance of witnesses,

(d) the production of deeds, books, papers, and documents,

(e) the punishment of persons refusing to give evidence or to produce documents, or guilty of contempt of the court,

shall have all such powers, rights, and privileges as are possessed by the Central Criminal Court for such or the like purposes.