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4. (1) Any reference to a “judicial officer” in, or having effect by virtue of, any provision of the Act commenced by this Order is to be read as a reference to a messenger-at-arms or a sheriff officer (or a reference to a messenger-at-arms and a sheriff officer as the case may be).
(2) This article ceases to have effect on the day to be appointed for the coming into force of section 60 of the Act (abolition of offices of messenger-at-arms and sheriff officer).
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