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2(1)The County Courts Act 1984 is amended as follows.E+W
(2)For “county court rules”, wherever occurring, there is substituted “ rules of court ”.
(3)For “rule committee”, wherever occurring, there is substituted “ Civil Procedure Rule Committee ”.
(4)In section 1 (county courts to be held for districts), in subsection (1), for the words from “throughout” to “the district” there is substituted “ each court ”.
(5)In section 3 (places and times of sittings of courts), subsection (3) is omitted.
(6)Section 75 (county court rules) is omitted.
(7)In section 77(1), for “the rules of the Supreme Court” there is substituted “ Civil Procedure Rules ”.
(8)In section 81(2), for “any rules of the Supreme Court” there is substituted “ Civil Procedure Rules ”.
(9)In section 147(1), the definitions of “county court rules” and “the rule committee” are omitted.
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