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The Criminal Proceedings etc. (Reform) (Scotland) Act 2007 (Commencement No. 5) Order 2008

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Article 3

SCHEDULEPROVISIONS COMING INTO FORCE ON 8TH DECEMBER 2008

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(provisions of the 2007 Act)(subject matter)
Section 59(1), (3), (4), (5) and (7), in so far as not already commenced, but only for the Sheriffdom of Glasgow and StrathkelvinEstablishing JP courts
Section 62(1) to (3) and (8), but only for the Sheriffdom of Glasgow and StrathkelvinArea and territorial jurisdiction of JP courts
Section 62(4) to (7), in so far as not already commencedArea and territorial jurisdiction of JP courts
Section 68(4) and (5), but only for the Sheriffdom of Glasgow and StrathkelvinConditions of Office
Section 74, but only for the Sheriffdom of Glasgow and StrathkelvinAppointment of stipendiary magistrates
Section 75, but only for the Sheriffdom of Glasgow and StrathkelvinStipendiary magistrates: further provision
Section 77(2), (3) and (5) but only for the Sheriffdom of Glasgow and StrathkelvinRecords and validity of appointment etc.
Section 80, in so far as not already commenced, for the purpose of bringing into force the following paragraphs of the scheduleModification of enactments
Schedule, paragraph 4, but only for the Sheriffdom of Glasgow and StrathkelvinModification of the Education (Scotland) Act 1980 F1
Schedule, paragraph 7, but only for the Sheriffdom of Glasgow and StrathkelvinModification of the Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988 F2
Schedule, paragraph 9(1) to (6), but only for the Sheriffdom of Glasgow and StrathkelvinModification of the 1995 Act
Schedule, paragraph 9(7), in so far as not already commenced, but only in so far as it applies to stipendiary magistrates and only for the Sheriffdoms of Glasgow and Strathkelvin, Grampian, Highland and Islands and Lothian and BordersModification of the 1995 Act
Schedule, paragraph 20(3)(b), but only for the Sheriffdom of Glasgow and StrathkelvinModification of the 1995 Act
Schedule, paragraph 22, but only for the Sheriffdom of Glasgow and StrathkelvinModification of the 1995 Act
Schedule, paragraph 25(a) and (d), but only for the Sheriffdom of Glasgow and StrathkelvinModification of the 1995 Act
Schedule, paragraph 26(a) to (s) and (u) to (v), but only for the Sheriffdom of Glasgow and StrathkelvinModification of the 1995 Act
Schedule, paragraph 26(t), in so far as not already commencedModification of the 1995 Act
Schedule, paragraph 27, in so far as not already commenced, but only for the Sheriffdom of Glasgow and StrathkelvinModification of the Bail, Judicial Appointments etc. (Scotland) Act 2000 F3
Schedule, paragraph 30(a), but only for the Sheriffdom of Glasgow and StrathkelvinModification of the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 2003 F4
Schedule, paragraph 32(b) and (c), but only for the Sheriffdom of Glasgow and StrathkelvinModification of the Antisocial Behaviour etc. (Scotland) Act 2004 F5
Schedule, paragraph 33(1) and (2), but only for the Sheriffdom of Glasgow and Strathkelvin and except for the purposes of any statutory instrument made under the 2007 ActEnactments generally: references to district court and justices of the peace
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F21988 c. 53. Paragraph 7(a) and (d) of the Schedule to the Criminal Proceedings etc. (Reform) (Scotland) Act 2007 was amended by the Criminal Proceedings etc. (Reform) (Scotland) Act 2007 (Powers of District and JP Courts) Order 2007 (S.I. 2007/3480) to take account of amendments made to the Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988 by that Order.

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