(1) A complainant, prosecutor, respondent to an appeal or an applicant for a restraint order may, at any time and without limiting the powers conferred by any other law, apply in the prescribed manner to the court in which a person admitted to bail has last appeared in answer to a charge, an application for a restraint order or in respect of his or her appeal for an order revoking the order for bail made in respect of that charge, application or appeal or for variation or addition of a condition of an order for bail made in respect of that charge, application or appeal.
(2) In a case where the prosecutor is not the Crown, an application under subsection (1) may be made by the Crown.
(3) Where the Supreme Court orders that the hearing of a charge or application be remitted to justices, an application under subsection (1)
(a) if it is filed before the day on which the person charged is required to appear before the justices, must be made to the Supreme Court; or
(b) if it is filed on or after that day, must be made to those justices.