Criminal Procedure Act, 1977 (Act No. 51 of 1977)
Chapter 31 : Appeals in cases of Criminal Proceedings in Superior Courts
320. Report of trial judge to be furnished on appeal
The judge or judges, as the case may be, of any court before whom a person is convicted shall, in the case of an appeal under section 316 or 316B or of an application for a special entry under section 317 or the reservation of a question of law under section 319 or an application to the court of appeal for leave to appeal or for a special entry under this Act, furnish to the registrar a report giving his, her or their opinion upon the case or upon any point arising in the case, and such report, which shall form part of the record, shall without delay be forwarded by the registrar to the registrar of the court of appeal.
[Section 320 substituted by section 41 of Act No. 105 of 1997]