Additional and extraordinary sittingsN.I.
7.—(1) The[F1Lord Chief Justice] may, where he considers it expedient to do so for the purpose of avoiding delay in the administration of justice, give directions for the holding of sittings of the county court in addition to the ordinary sittings fixed under this Order.
(2) Subject to county court rules and to any directions given by the[F2Lord Chief Justice] under Article 4 or paragraph (1), a judge may, in addition to the ordinary sittings, sit at any other time or times for the hearing of any proceedings where he is satisfied that such additional sitting is necessary or expedient for the doing of justice between the parties.
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