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(1)Her Majesty may by Order in Council confer on the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council such jurisdiction and powers as may be appropriate in cases in which provision is made by the law of Mauritius for appeals to the Committee from courts of Mauritius.
(2)An Order in Council under this section may contain such incidental and supplemental provisions as appear to Her Majesty to be expedient.
(3)An Order in Council under this section may contain such transitional provisions as appear to Her Majesty to be expedient—
(a)in relation to appeals in which the records have been registered in the Office of the Judicial Committee on or before 12th March 1992; and
(b)in relation to petitions for leave to appeal filed in that Office on or before that date.
(4)An Order in Council under this section may be made so as to have effect from 12th March 1992.
(5)Except so far as otherwise provided by or in accordance with an Order in Council under this section, and subject to such modifications as may be so provided, the M1Judicial Committee Act 1833 shall have effect in relation to appeals in respect of which jurisdiction is conferred under this section as it has effect in relation to appeals to Her Majesty in Council.
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