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References to Probate Division and its President
[F16In the following provisions of the Supreme Court of Judicature (Consolidation) Act 1925, for the words “Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division” or “Probate Division”, in each place where they occur, substitute the words “Family Division”:—E+W+S+N.I.
section 2 (constitution of High Court), subsection (1) ;
section 3 (qualification to sit as judge), subsection (1) ;
section 4 (divisions of High Court), subsections (1)(iii) and (2) ;
section 6 (constitution of Court of Appeal), subsection (2) ;
section 9 (qualification of judges), subsection (3) ;
section 16 (precedence of judges), subsections (2) and (2a) ;
section 70 (commissioners of assize), subsections (3) and (5) ;
section 99 (rules of court), subsections (4) and (6) ;
section 100 (rules about non-contentious probate business), subsection (1) ;
section 108 (district probate registries), subsections (2), (3) and (5) ;
section 109 (clerks of district probate registries), subsections (1) and (2) ;
section 113 (power to abolish offices) ;
section 115 (tenure of officers of Supreme Court), subsection (3) ;
section 116 (appointment of deputies for court officers), subsection (4) ;
section 128A (district probate registrar), subsections (2) and (3)
section 152 (duties of district probate registrars), subsection (2), (3), (5) and (6) ;
section 156 (calendars of grants), subsection (2) ;
section 157 (copies of will to be delivered to Revenue) ;
section 172 (depositories of wills of living persons) ;
section 174 (seals for use in probate registries), subsection (1) ;
section 220 (documents filed in, or in custody of, central office), subsection (3) ;
Schedule 2 (district probate registries), paragraph 2 ;
Schedule 3, Part I (officers to whom special provisions as to appointment, retirement and pension apply).]
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