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16(1)In section 107 (leave to appeal) of the 1995 Act—
(a)in subsection (9)—
(i)in paragraph (a), for the words “not less than seven days before the date fixed for the hearing of the appeal” there is substituted “within 14 days of the date of intimation under subsection (10) below”,
(ii)in paragraph (b), for the words “not less that seven days before” there is substituted “within 14 days of”,
(b)after that subsection there is inserted—
“(9A)The High Court may, on cause shown, extend the periods of 14 days mentioned in subsection (9) above.”.
(2)In section 110(1)(a) (note of appeal) of that Act—
(a)the words from “or” in the second place where it occurs to “made” in the first place where it occurs are repealed,
(b)after the word “deferred” there is inserted “, the proposal to make a reference was made”.
(3)In section 112 (admission of appellant to bail) of that Act, in subsection (2), paragraph (b) and the word “and” immediately preceding it are repealed.
(4)In section 116(2) (abandonment of appeal) of that Act, for the words “116(1)(dc)” there is substituted “106(1)(dc)”.
(5)In section 118(4) (disposal of appeals) of that Act, for the words “106(1)(bb) to (e)” there substituted “106(1)(ba), (bb), (c), (d), (da), (dc), (e) or (f)”.
(6)In section 119(11) (provision where High Court authorises new prosecution) of that Act, for the words “Subsections (4)(b) and (7) to (9) of section 65” there is substituted “Section 65(4)(aa) and (b) and (4A) to (9)”.
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