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Where any Act passed after the commencement of the Statutory Instruments Act 1946, whether before or after the commencement of this Act, confers power on the High Court of Justiciary to make provision in respect of any matter by act of adjournal, or on the Court of Session to make such provision by act of sederunt, any document by which that power is exercised shall, unless the Act conferring the power otherwise provides, be a statutory instrument, and the provisions of the said Act of 1946 shall apply to it as they apply to a statutory instrument made by a Minister of the Crown.
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