[F186BRules to be made if required by Lord ChancellorE+W
(1)This section applies if the Lord Chancellor gives the Crown Court Rule Committee written notice that he thinks it is expedient for Crown Court rules to include provision that would achieve a purpose specified in the notice.
(2)The Committee must make such Crown Court rules as it considers necessary to achieve the specified purpose.
(3)Those rules must be—
(a)made within a reasonable period after the Lord Chancellor gives notice to the Committee;
(b)made in accordance with section 86A.]
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