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In section 33 of the Solicitors Act 1957 (which precludes a solicitor from acting in connection with proceedings before justices for any area if he or his partner is a justice for that area) there shall be inserted after subsection (1) the following subsection:—
“(1A)Where the area for which a solicitor is a justice of the peace is divided into petty sessional divisions, his being a justice for the area shall not subject him or any partner of his to any disqualification under this section in relation to proceedings before justices acting for a petty sessional division for which he does not ordinarily act.”
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