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“appropriate Minister” means—
in relation to any judicial office whose jurisdiction is exercisable exclusively in relation to Scotland, the Secretary of State; and
otherwise, the Lord Chancellor;
“ECHR judge” means the holder of a judicial office who is serving as a judge of the Court;
“judicial pension scheme” means a scheme established by and in accordance with a pensions Act;
“pensions Act” means—
“pensions order” means an order made under paragraph 1.
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