112[F1Effect of decisions made on case stated or on appeal]E+W
F2[(1)]Any conviction, order, determination or other proceeding of a magistrates’ court varied by the High Court on an appeal by case stated, and any judgment or order of the High Court on such an appeal, may be enforced as if it were a decision of the magistrates’ court from which the appeal was brought.
[F3(2)Any order, determination or other proceeding of a magistrates' court varied by a county court on an appeal under section 111A, and any judgment or order of a county court on such an appeal, may be enforced as if it were a decision of the magistrates' court from which the appeal was brought.]
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