section 587(1)

SECTION WORDING

587(1) A court may, where it is satisfied that it is necessary for a fair trial, order the prosecutor to furnish particulars and, without restricting the generality of the foregoing, may order the prosecutor to furnish particulars (a) of what is relied on in support of a charge of perjury, the making of a false oath or a false statement, fabricating evidence or counselling the commission of any of those offences; (b) of any false pretence or fraud that is alleged; (c) of any alleged attempt or conspiracy by fraudulent means; (d) setting out the passages in a book, pamphlet, newspaper or other printing or writing that are relied on in support of a charge of selling or exhibiting an obscene book, pamphlet, newspaper, printing or writing; (e) further describing any writing or words that are the subject of a charge; (f) further describing the means by which an offence is alleged to have been committed; or (g) further describing a person, place or thing referred to in an indictment.