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  1. Introductory TextNext Match

  2. Part I Legal Services Commission

    1. Commission

      1. 1. Legal Services Commission.

      2. 2. Power to replace Commission with two bodies.

      3. 3. Powers of Commission.

    2. Community Legal Service

      1. 4. Community Legal Service.

      2. 5. Funding of services.

      3. 6. Services which may be funded.

      4. 7. Individuals for whom services may be funded.

      5. 8. Code about provision of funded services.

      6. 8A.Funding code: pilot provisions

      7. 9. Procedure relating to funding code.

      8. 10. Terms of provision of funded services.

      9. 11. Costs in funded cases.

      10. 11A.Pilot schemes

    3. Criminal Defence Service

      1. 12. Criminal Defence Service.

      2. 13. Advice and assistance.

      3. 14. Representation.

      4. 15. Selection of representative.

      5. 16. Code of conduct.

      6. 17. Terms of provision of funded services.

      7. 17A.Contribution orders

      8. 18. Funding.

      9. 18A.Pilot schemes

    4. Supplementary

      1. 19. Foreign law.

      2. 20. Restriction of disclosure of information.

      3. 21. Misrepresentation etc.

      4. 22. Position of service providers and other parties etc.

      5. 23. Guidance.

      6. 24. Consequential amendments.

      7. 25. Orders, regulations and directions.

      8. 26. Interpretation.

  3. Part II Other funding of legal servicesPrevious MatchNext Match

    1. Conditional fee and litigation funding agreementsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 27. Conditional fee agreements.Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 28. Litigation funding agreements.

    2. CostsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 29. Recovery of insurance premiums by way of costs.

      2. 30. Recovery where body undertakes to meet costs liabilities.

      3. 31. Rules as to costs.Previous MatchNext Match

    3. Legal aid in ScotlandPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 32. Regulations about financial limits in certain proceedings.Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 33. Recipients of disabled person’s tax credit.Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 34. References by Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission.Previous MatchNext Match

  4. Part III Provision of legal servicesPrevious MatchNext Match

    1. Legal Services Consultative PanelPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 35. Replacement of ACLEC by Consultative Panel.Previous MatchNext Match

    2. Rights of audience and rights to conduct litigationPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 36. Barristers and solicitors.Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 37. Rights of audience: employed advocates.Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 38. Employees of Legal Services Commission.Previous MatchNext Match

      4. 39. Rights of audience: change of authorised body.Previous MatchNext Match

      5. 40. Rights to conduct litigation: barristers and legal executives.Previous MatchNext Match

      6. 41. Authorised bodies: designation and regulations and rules.Previous MatchNext Match

      7. 42. Overriding duties of advocates and litigators.Previous MatchNext Match

      8. 43. Minor and consequential amendments.Previous MatchNext Match

    3. Barristers and solicitors

      1. 44. Barristers employed by solicitors etc.

      2. 45. Fees on application for appointment as Queen’s Counsel.

      3. 46. Bar practising certificates.

      4. 47. Fees for solicitors’ practising certificates.

      5. 48. Law Society’s powers in relation to conduct of solicitors etc.

    4. Legal Services OmbudsmanPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 49. Powers of Ombudsman.Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 50. Funding of Ombudsman by professional bodies.

    5. Legal Services Complaints Commissioner

      1. 51. Commissioner.

      2. 52. Commissioner’s functions.

    6. Public notariesPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 53. Abolition of scriveners’ monopoly.

  5. Part IV Appeals, courts, judges and court proceedingsPrevious MatchNext Match

    1. AppealsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 54. Permission to appeal.

      2. 55. Second appeals.

      3. 56. Power to prescribe alternative destination of appeals.

      4. 57. Assignment of appeals to Court of Appeal.

      5. 58. Criminal appeals: minor amendments.Previous MatchNext Match

    2. Civil division of Court of AppealPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 59. Composition.Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 60. Calling into question of incidental decisions.Previous MatchNext Match

    3. High CourtPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 61. Cases stated by Crown Court.Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 62. Power to vary committal in default.Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 63. Criminal causes and matters.Previous MatchNext Match

      4. 64. Contempt of court.Previous MatchNext Match

      5. 65. Habeas corpus.Previous MatchNext Match

    4. Crown CourtPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 66. Enforcement of community orders.Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 67. Time limits where accused sent for trial.Previous MatchNext Match

    5. Judges etc.Previous MatchNext Match

      1. 68. Judges holding office in European or international courts.Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 69. Vice-president of Queen’s Bench Division.Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 70. Registrar of civil appeals.

    6. Court proceedingsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 71. Adjournment of inquest in event of judicial inquiry.Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 72. Reporting of proceedings relating to children.Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 73. Power to allow children to attend criminal proceedings.Previous MatchNext Match

  6. Part V Magistrates and magistrates’ courtsPrevious MatchNext Match

    1. Territorial organisationPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 74. Commission areas.Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 75. Petty sessions areas.Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 76. Areas: consequential provision.Previous MatchNext Match

      4. 77. Youth courts.Previous MatchNext Match

    2. JusticesPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 78. Unification and renaming of stipendiary bench.Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 79. Justices not to sit on committal for sentence.Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 80. Jurisdiction over offences outside area.Previous MatchNext Match

    3. Magistrates’ courts committeesPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 81. Areas outside Greater London.Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 82. Constitution of committees outside Greater London.Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 83. Greater London Magistrates’ Courts Authority.Previous MatchNext Match

      4. 84. Standard goods and services.Previous MatchNext Match

      5. 85. Power to direct implementation of inspectors’ recommendations.Previous MatchNext Match

      6. 86. Code of conduct.Previous MatchNext Match

    4. Justices’ chief executives, justices’ clerks and staffPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 87. Qualification for appointment as chief executive.Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 88. Role of chief executives.Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 89. Independence of clerks and staff exercising legal functions.Previous MatchNext Match

      4. 90. Transfer of clerks’ functions to chief executives.Previous MatchNext Match

      5. 91. Accounting etc. functions of chief executives.Previous MatchNext Match

    5. Execution of warrantsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 92. Civilian enforcement officers.Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 93. Approved enforcement agencies.Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 94. Disclosure of information for enforcing warrants.Previous MatchNext Match

      4. 95. Warrants of detention.Previous MatchNext Match

      5. 96. Execution by person not in possession of warrant.Previous MatchNext Match

      6. 97. Cessation of warrants.Previous MatchNext Match

  7. Part VI Immunity and indemnityPrevious MatchNext Match

    1. Justices and their clerksPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 98. Justices and clerks: immunity from costs.Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 99. Justices and clerks: indemnity.Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 100. Assistant justices’ clerks: immunity from action.Previous MatchNext Match

    2. General Commissioners of income tax and their clerksPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 101. General Commissioners: immunity from action.Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 102. General Commissioners: immunity from costs and expenses.Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 103. General Commissioners and clerks: indemnity.Previous MatchNext Match

    3. CoronersPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. 104. Indemnity.Previous MatchNext Match

  8. Part VII SupplementaryPrevious MatchNext Match

    1. 105. Transitional provisions and savings.Previous MatchNext Match

    2. 106. Repeals and revocations.Previous MatchNext Match

    3. 107. Crown application.

    4. 108. Commencement.

    5. 109. Extent.

    6. 110. Short title.

  9. SCHEDULES

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Legal Services Commission

      1. Incorporation and status

        1. 1.The Commission shall be a body corporate.

        2. 2.The Commission shall not be regarded— (a) as the servant...

      2. Tenure of members

        1. 3.(1) Subject to paragraphs 4 and 5, any member of...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 4.(1) A member of the Commission, or the person appointed...

        3. 5.The Lord Chancellor may terminate the appointment of a member...

      3. Members’ interests

        1. 6.(1) Before appointing a person to be a member of...

        2. 7.(1) A member of the Commission who is in any...

      4. Remuneration of members

        1. 8.(1) The Commission may— (a) pay to its members such...

      5. Staff

        1. 9.(1) The Commission shall appoint a person to be the...

        2. 10.(1) The Commission shall make, in respect of such of...

      6. Funding of costs relating to administration etc.

        1. 11.(1) The Lord Chancellor shall pay to the Commission such...

      7. Proceedings

        1. 12.(1) Subject to anything in any instrument made under this...

      8. Provision of information

        1. 13.(1) The Commission shall provide the Lord Chancellor with such...

      9. Annual report

        1. 14.(1) The Commission shall provide to the Lord Chancellor ,...

      10. Annual plan

        1. 15.(1) The Commission shall, before the beginning of each financial...

      11. Accounts and audit

        1. 16.(1) The Commission shall keep accounts and shall prepare in...

      12. Instruments

        1. 17.(1) The fixing of the seal of the Commission shall...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Community Legal Service: excluded services

      1. The services which may not be funded as part of...

      2. 1.Services consisting of the provision of help (beyond the provision...

      3. 1A.Services consisting of the provision of help to an individual...

      4. 2.Advocacy in any proceedings except— (1) proceedings in—

      5. 3.(1) These are the proceedings under the Proceeds of Crime...

      6. 4.(1) This sub-paragraph applies to an inquest into the death...

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      Criminal Defence Service: right to representation

      1. Individuals to whom right may be granted

        1. 1.(1) A right to representation for the purposes of any...

      2. Individuals to whom right may be provisionally granted

        1. 1A.(1) Regulations may provide that, in prescribed circumstances, and subject...

      3. Grant of right by court

        1. 2.(1) A court before which any criminal proceedings take place,...

      4. Grant of right by commission

        1. 2A.(1) Regulations may— (a) provide that the Commission shall have...

        2. 3.(1) Regulations may provide that the Commission shall have power...

        3. 3A.(1) The form of the grant , or provisional grant,...

      5. Financial eligibility

        1. 3B.(1) Power under this Schedule to grant , or provisionally...

      6. Appeals

        1. 4.Except where regulations otherwise provide, an appeal shall lie to...

      7. Criteria for grant of right

        1. 5.(1) Any question as to whether power to grant ,...

      8. Information requests

        1. 6.(1) The relevant authority may make an information request to—...

      9. Restrictions on disclosure

        1. 7.(1) A person to whom information is disclosed under paragraph...

      10. Paragraphs 6 and 7: supplementary

        1. 8.(1) This paragraph applies for the purposes of paragraphs 6...

    4. Schedule 3A

      Motor vehicle orders

      1. Introductory

        1. 1.In this Schedule “ enforcement regulations ” means regulations under...

      2. Further general powers to regulate motor vehicle orders

        1. 2.Enforcement regulations may make provision about or in connection with—...

      3. Applications

        1. 3.Enforcement regulations must provide that a motor vehicle order may...

      4. Matters of which court to be satisfied

        1. 4.(1) Enforcement regulations must provide that, before a court makes...

      5. Ownership of motor vehicles

        1. 5.(1) Enforcement regulations must provide that a clamping order must...

      6. Motor vehicles used by disabled persons

        1. 6.Enforcement regulations must provide that an immobilisation device may not...

      7. Restrictions on making vehicle sale orders

        1. 7.Enforcement regulations must provide that, where a motor vehicle has...

      8. Interpretation

        1. 8.In this Schedule— “ disabled person's badge ” means a...

    5. SCHEDULE 4Previous MatchNext Match

      1. Amendments consequential on Part I Previous MatchNext Match

        1. The Public Records Act 1958 (c.51)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 1.In the First Schedule to the Public Records Act 1958...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. The Parliamentary Commissioner Act 1967 (c.13)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 2.In Schedule 2 to the Parliamentary Commissioner Act 1967 (which...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. The Criminal Appeal Act 1968 (c.19)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 3.In section 50 of the Criminal Appeal Act 1968 (meaning...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. The Children and Young Persons Act 1969 (c.54)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 4.The Children and Young Persons Act 1969 has effect subject...Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 5.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Previous MatchNext Match

          3. 6.In section 23 (remands and committals to local authority accommodation),...Previous MatchNext Match

          4. 7.In that section as it has effect pursuant to section...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. The Attachment of Earnings Act 1971 (c.32)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 8.In section 1(3)(c) of the Attachment of Earnings Act 1971...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. The Powers of Criminal Courts Act 1973 (c.62)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 9.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Previous MatchNext Match

        7. The Solicitors Act 1974 (c.47)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 10.(1) Section 47 of the Solicitors Act 1974 (jurisdiction of...Previous MatchNext Match

        8. The House of Commons Disqualification Act 1975 (c.24)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 11.In Part II of Schedule 1 to the House of...Previous MatchNext Match

        9. The Northern Ireland Assembly Disqualification Act 1975 (c.25)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 12.In Part II of Schedule 1 to the Northern Ireland...Previous MatchNext Match

        10. The Sex Discrimination Act 1975 (c.65)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 13.In section 75(4) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 (charges...

        11. The Race Relations Act 1976 (c.74)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 14.In section 66(6) of the Race Relations Act 1976 (charges...

        12. The Magistrates’ Courts Act 1980 (c.43)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 15.The Magistrates’ Courts Act 1980 has effect subject to the...Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 16.In section 8(4) (matters which may be contained in a...

          3. 17.In section 92(1)(b) (no restriction on power to impose imprisonment...Previous MatchNext Match

          4. 18.In section 130(3) (power of alternate court in remand hearings...Previous MatchNext Match

          5. 19.In section 145A(4) (rules about costs may include provision for...Previous MatchNext Match

          6. 20.In Part I of Schedule 6 (fees), in paragraph 1(a)...Previous MatchNext Match

        13. The Senior Courts Act 1981Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 21.The Senior Courts Act 1981 has effect subject to the...Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 22.In section 28 (appeal by way of case stated from...Previous MatchNext Match

          3. 23.In section 29 (judicial review of decisions of Crown Court,...Previous MatchNext Match

          4. 24.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Previous MatchNext Match

        14. The Criminal Justice Act 1982 (c.48)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 25.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Previous MatchNext Match

        15. The Telecommunications Act 1984 (c.12)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 26.In section 52(5) of the Telecommunications Act 1984 (charges to...

        16. The Prosecution of Offences Act 1985 (c.23)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 27.The Prosecution of Offences Act 1985 has effect subject to...Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 28.In section 19(2)(b) (in making an order for costs account...Previous MatchNext Match

          3. 29.In section 20(2) (recovery of sums paid by Legal Aid...Previous MatchNext Match

          4. 30.(1) Section 21 (interpretation) is amended as follows. Previous MatchNext Match

        17. The Child Abduction and Custody Act 1985 (c.60)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 31.In section 11 of the Child Abduction and Custody Act...Previous MatchNext Match

        18. The Administration of Justice Act 1985 (c.61)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 32.The Administration of Justice Act 1985 has effect subject to...Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 33.In section 40(1) (legal aid complaints), for “under the Legal...Previous MatchNext Match

          3. 34.In section 41(2) (reduction of fees payable in connection with...Previous MatchNext Match

          4. 35.In section 42 (exclusion of barristers from legal aid work),...Previous MatchNext Match

          5. 36.In section 43(3) (reduction of costs payable in connection with...Previous MatchNext Match

        19. The Housing Act 1985 (c.68)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 37.In section 170(5) of the Housing Act 1985 (charges to...Previous MatchNext Match

        20. The Criminal Justice Act 1987 (c.38)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 38.The Criminal Justice Act 1987 has effect subject to the...Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 39.In section 4(1) (functions of magistrates’ court to cease when...

          3. 40.In section 11(12) (matters to which restrictions on reporting do...Previous MatchNext Match

        21. The Consumer Arbitration Agreements Act 1988 (c.21)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 41.In section 4(3) of the Consumer Arbitration Agreements Act 1988...Previous MatchNext Match

        22. The Housing Act 1988 (c.50)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 42.The Housing Act 1988 has effect subject to the following...Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 43.In section 82(4) (charge to recover costs of assistance in...Previous MatchNext Match

          3. 44.In section 107(4) (charge to recover costs of assistance in...Previous MatchNext Match

        23. The Children Act 1989 (c.41)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 45.In section 25(6) of the Children Act 1989 (child without...Previous MatchNext Match

        24. The Courts and Legal Services Act 1990 (c.41)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 46.In section 17(3)(c)(iii) of the Courts and Legal Services Act...Previous MatchNext Match

        25. The Criminal Justice Act 1991 (c.53)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 47.In section 53(3) of the Criminal Justice Act 1991 (functions...

        26. The Social Security Administration Act 1992 (c.5)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 48.(1) Section 108(7) of the Social Security Administration Act 1992...Previous MatchNext Match

        27. The Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996 (c.25)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 49.In section 37(9) of the Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act...Previous MatchNext Match

        28. The Family Law Act 1996 (c.27)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 50.The Family Law Act 1996 has effect subject to the...Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 51.(1) Section 8 (information meetings) is amended as follows. Previous MatchNext Match

          3. 52.(1) Section 23 (provision of marriage counselling) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

        29. The Crime and Disorder Act 1998 (c.37)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 53.The Crime and Disorder Act 1998 has effect subject to...Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 54.In section 50(2) (procedure at early administrative hearing), for paragraphs...

          3. 55.In paragraph 3(8) of Schedule 3 (matters which may be...Previous MatchNext Match

        30. The Disability Rights Commission Act 1999 (c. 17)Previous MatchNext Match

          1. 56.In section 8(4)(a) of the Disability Rights Commission Act 1999...

    6. SCHEDULE 5Previous MatchNext Match

      1. 1.For sections 29 and 30 of the Courts and Legal...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 2.For Schedule 4 to that Act substitute— SCHEDULE 4 Authorised...Previous MatchNext Match

    7. SCHEDULE 6Previous MatchNext Match

      Rights of audience and rights to conduct litigationPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. The Solicitors Act 1974 (c.47)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 1.The Solicitors Act 1974 has effect subject to the following...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 2.In section 2(4) (Lord Chief Justice or Master of the...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 3.In section 31(3) (Master of the Rolls deemed to concur...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. The Courts and Legal Services Act 1990 (c.41)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 4.The Courts and Legal Services Act 1990 has effect subject...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 5.(1) Section 18 (duty to exercise functions as soon as...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 6.(1) Section 27 (rights of audience) is amended as follows....Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 7.(1) Section 28 (rights to conduct litigation) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 8.In section 53(6)(a) (Council for Licensed Conveyancers), for “section 29”...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 9.In section 71 (qualification for judicial appointments), for subsection (6)...Previous MatchNext Match

        7. 10.(1) Section 119(1) (interpretation) is amended as follows. Previous MatchNext Match

        8. 11.(1) Section 120 (subordinate legislation) is amended as follows. Previous MatchNext Match

    8. SCHEDULE 7Previous MatchNext Match

      Powers of Law SocietyPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. Monitoring of compliance with rulesPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 1.In section 31(1) of the Solicitors Act 1974 (power of...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. Bank and building society accountsPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 2.In— (a) section 32(4) of that Act (power of Council...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 3.In the Solicitors Act 1974, after section 33 insert— Inspection...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 4.In section 87(1) of that Act (interpretation), in the definition...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 5.In Schedule 2 to the Administration of Justice Act 1985,...Previous MatchNext Match

      3. Intervention for breach of rules on practice, conduct and disciplinePrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 6.In Schedule 1 to the Solicitors Act 1974 (intervention in...Previous MatchNext Match

      4. Solicitors’ employees and consultantsPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 7.(1) Section 43 of that Act (control of employment of...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 8.In section 44(2) of that Act (breach of order by...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 9.(1) Section 49 of that Act (appeals from Tribunal) is...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 10.In paragraph 11(1) of Schedule 2 to the Administration of...Previous MatchNext Match

      5. Power to examine filesPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 11.(1) Section 44B of the Solicitors Act 1974 (power of...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 12.In paragraph 14(1) of Schedule 2 to the Administration of...Previous MatchNext Match

      6. Payment of costs by solicitor under investigationPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 13.In the Solicitors Act 1974, after section 44B insert— Costs...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 14.In Schedule 2 to the Administration of Justice Act 1985,...Previous MatchNext Match

      7. Registered foreign lawyersPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 15.Subsections (5) to (7) of section 89 of the Courts...Previous MatchNext Match

    9. SCHEDULE 8

      Legal Services Complaints Commissioner

      1. Provision for discharge of functions

        1. 1.(1) The Secretary of State may give general directions concerning...

      2. Delegation of functions

        1. 2.(1) The Commissioner may delegate any of his functions to...

      3. Remuneration

        1. 3.(1) The Secretary of State shall pay to, or in...

      4. Staff

        1. 4.(1) The Commissioner may appoint such staff as he thinks...

      5. Annual and other reports

        1. 5.(1) The Commissioner shall make an annual report to the...

      6. Accounts and audit

        1. 6.(1) The Commissioner shall keep accounts with respect to his...

      7. Financial provisions

        1. 7.(1) The Secretary of State may require any professional body...

      8. Parliamentary disqualification

        1. 8.In Part III of Schedule 1 to—

      9. Parliamentary Commissioner

        1. 9.In Schedule 2 to the Parliamentary Commissioner Act 1967 (which...

      10. Acting Commissioner

        1. 10.(1) The Secretary of State may appoint a person to...

    10. SCHEDULE 9Previous MatchNext Match

      1. 1.Schedule 2 to the Criminal Justice Act 1991 (enforcement of...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. 2.In paragraph 2(2) (issue by justice of the peace of...Previous MatchNext Match

      3. 3.In paragraph 3(1) (powers of magistrates’ court), for “the magistrates’...Previous MatchNext Match

      4. 4.In paragraph 6(5) (community service orders)— (a) in paragraph (a),...Previous MatchNext Match

      5. 5.(1) Paragraph 7 (revocation of order by magistrates’ court) is...Previous MatchNext Match

      6. 6.For paragraph 8(1) and (1A) (circumstances in which Crown Court...Previous MatchNext Match

      7. 7.(1) Paragraph 8A (replacement of probation order with conditional discharge)...Previous MatchNext Match

      8. 8.In paragraph 11A (application of paragraph 6A for purposes of...Previous MatchNext Match

      9. 9.(1) In each of the provisions specified in sub-paragraph (2)...Previous MatchNext Match

    11. SCHEDULE 10

      Commission areas and petty sessions areas

      1. The Parochial Libraries Act 1708 (c.14)

        1. 1.In section 10 of the Parochial Libraries Act 1708 (warrant...

      2. The Distress for Rent Act 1737 (c.19)

        1. 2.In section 4 of the Distress for Rent Act 1737...

      3. The Inclosure Act 1773 (c.81)

        1. 3.In section 4 of the Inclosure Act 1773 (expenses), for...

      4. The Burial Ground Act 1816 (c.141)

        1. 4.In section 2 of the Burial Ground Act 1816 (valuation...

      5. The Inclosure and Drainage (Rates) Act 1833 (c.35)

        1. 5.In section 1 of the Inclosure and Drainage (Rates) Act...

      6. The Ordnance Survey Act 1841 (c.30)

        1. 6.In section 2 of the Ordnance Survey Act 1841 (powers...

      7. The Geological Survey Act 1845 (c.63)

        1. 7.In section 1 of the Geological Survey Act 1845 (powers...

      8. The Inclosure Act 1845 (c.118)

        1. 8.In section 159 of the Inclosure Act 1845 (recovery of...

      9. The Hares Act 1848 (c.29)

        1. 9.In section 2 of the Hares Act 1848 (authority to...

      10. The Fairs Act 1873 (c.37)

        1. 10.In section 6 of the Fairs Act 1873 (alteration of...

      11. The Commons Act 1876 (c.56)

        1. 11.In section 20 of the Commons Act 1876 (prohibition on...

      12. The Municipal Corporations Act 1882 (c.50)

        1. 12.In section 153(3) of the Municipal Corporations Act 1882 (warrant...

      13. The Local Government Act 1888 (c.41)

        1. 13.In section 28(2) of the Local Government Act 1888 (power...

      14. The Children and Young Persons Act 1933 (c.12)

        1. 14.The Children and Young Persons Act 1933 has effect subject...

        2. 15.In section 48(3) (power of youth court acting for same...

        3. 16.(1) The Second Schedule (constitution of youth courts) is amended...

      15. The Criminal Justice Act 1948 (c.58)

        1. 17.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Previous MatchNext Match

      16. The Prevention of Damage by Pests Act 1949 (c.55)

        1. 18.In section 15(1) of the Prevention of Damage by Pests...

      17. The National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949 (c.97)

        1. 19.In section 68(3) of the National Parks and Access to...

      18. The Reserve and Auxiliary Forces (Protection of Civil Interests) Act 1951 (c.65)

        1. 20.(1) Paragraph 4 of Part II of Schedule 2 to...

      19. The Prison Act 1952 (c.52)

        1. 21.In section 19(1) of the Prison Act 1952 (right of...

      20. The Maintenance Orders Act 1958 (c.39)

        1. 22.In section 21(1) of the Maintenance Orders Act 1958 (interpretation),...

      21. The Licensing Act 1964 (c.26)

        1. 23.The Licensing Act 1964 has effect subject to the following...

        2. 24.In section 2 (licensing justices and districts), for subsection (2)...

        3. 25.In section 85(1) (search warrants for parties organised for gain),...

        4. 26.In section 187(1) (search warrants), for “county or borough” substitute...

        5. 27.In section 188(1) (closing of licensed premises in case of...

        6. 28.(1) Section 193 (disqualification of justices) is amended as follows....

        7. 29.In section 201(1) (interpretation), in the definition of “the metropolis”,...

      22. The Administration of Justice Act 1964 (c.42)

        1. 30.(1) Section 19 of the Administration of Justice Act 1964...

      23. The Sunday Theatre Act 1972 (c.26)

        1. 31.In section 2(2) of the Sunday Theatre Act 1972 (definition...

      24. The Solicitors Act 1974 (c.47)

        1. 32.In section 38(2) of the Solicitors Act 1974 (disqualification of...

      25. The Magistrates’ Courts Act 1980 (c.43)

        1. 33.The Magistrates’ Courts Act 1980 has effect subject to the...

        2. 34.In section 70 (jurisdiction in inner London for family proceedings),...

        3. 35.In section 146(5) (rules relating to youth courts), for “inner...

        4. 36.In section 150(1) (interpretation), in the definition of “petty sessional...

      26. The Public Passenger Vehicles Act 1981 (c.14)

        1. 37.In section 82(1) of the Public Passenger Vehicles Act 1981...

      27. The Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (c.27)

        1. 38.In section 142(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984...

      28. The Criminal Justice Act 1991 (c.53)

        1. 39.In section 76 of the Criminal Justice Act 1991 (provision...Previous MatchNext Match

      29. The Local Government Finance Act 1992 (c.14)

        1. 40.(1) Section 46 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992...Previous MatchNext Match

      30. The Probation Service Act 1993 (c.47)

        1. 41.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 42.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 43.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 44.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 45.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Previous MatchNext Match

      31. The Local Government (Wales) Act 1994 (c.19)

        1. 46.In section 55(3) of the Local Government (Wales) Act 1994...

      32. The Justices of the Peace Act 1997 (c.25)

        1. 47.The Justices of the Peace Act 1997 has effect subject...

        2. 48.In section 6 (residence qualification for justices), after subsection (1)...

        3. 49.(1) Section 10 (allowances for justices) is amended as follows....

        4. 50.For section 26 (Greater Manchester, Merseyside and Lancashire) substitute— Greater...

        5. 51.In section 50(11) (pensions etc. of court staff in inner...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 52.(1) Section 72(1) (definitions) is amended as follows. Previous MatchNext Match

        7. 53.In paragraph 11(4) of Schedule 4 (chief clerks in inner...Previous MatchNext Match

    12. SCHEDULE 11Previous MatchNext Match

      Unification and renaming of stipendiary benchPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. The Metropolitan Police Act 1839 (c.47)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 1.The Metropolitan Police Act 1839 has effect subject to the...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 2.In section 52 (prevention of obstruction in neighbourhood of public...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 3.In section 75 (“magistrate” to mean every justice of the...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 4.In section 76 (complaints to be heard and determined by...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. The Metropolitan Police Courts Act 1840 (c.84)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 5.In section 13 of the Metropolitan Police Courts Act 1840...Previous MatchNext Match

      3. The London Hackney Carriages Act 1843 (c.86)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 6.In section 24 of the London Hackney Carriages Act 1843...Previous MatchNext Match

      4. The London Hackney Carriages Act 1850 (c.7)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 7.In section 4 of the London Hackney Carriages Act 1850...Previous MatchNext Match

      5. The London Hackney Carriage Act 1853 (c.33)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 8.In section 18 of the London Hackney Carriage Act 1853...Previous MatchNext Match

      6. The Regulation of Railways Act 1871 (c.78)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 9.In section 7(1) of the Regulation of Railways Act 1871...Previous MatchNext Match

      7. The Metropolitan Police Courts Act 1897 (c.26)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 10.In section 4 of the Metropolitan Police Courts Act 1897...Previous MatchNext Match

      8. The Law of Distress Amendment Act 1908 (c.53)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 11.In section 2 of the Law of Distress Amendment Act...Previous MatchNext Match

      9. The Children and Young Persons Act 1933 (c.12)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 12.(1) The Second Schedule to the Children and Young Person...Previous MatchNext Match

      10. The Local Government Act 1948 (c.26)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 13.(1) Section 121 of the Local Government Act 1948 (precept...Previous MatchNext Match

      11. The Metropolitan Magistrates’ Courts Act 1959 (c.45)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 14.The Metropolitan Magistrates’ Courts Act 1959 (functions of Receiver) has...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 15.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 16.In section 4(2) (borrowing power of Receiver), for the words...Previous MatchNext Match

      12. The Licensing Act 1964 (c.26)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 17.In section 29(2) of the Licensing Act 1964 (fees chargeable...Previous MatchNext Match

      13. The Backing of Warrants (Republic of Ireland) Act 1965 (c.45)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 18.In paragraph 2A of the Schedule to the Backing of...Previous MatchNext Match

      14. The Courts Act 1971 (c.23)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 19.In Part IA of Schedule 2 to the Courts Act...Previous MatchNext Match

      15. The Local Government Act 1972 (c.70)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 20.In section 67(2)(b) of the Local Government Act 1972 (which...Previous MatchNext Match

      16. The Administration of Justice Act 1973 (c.15)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 21.In section 9(1) of the Administration of Justice Act 1973...Previous MatchNext Match

      17. The Juries Act 1974 (c.23)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 22.In Part I of Schedule 1 to the Juries Act...Previous MatchNext Match

      18. The Solicitors Act 1974 (c.47)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 23.In section 38 of the Solicitors Act 1974 (disqualification of...Previous MatchNext Match

      19. The House of Commons Disqualification Act 1975 (c.24)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 24.In Part I of Schedule 1 to the House of...Previous MatchNext Match

      20. The Northern Ireland Assembly Disqualification Act 1975 (c.25)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 25.In Part I of Schedule 1 to the Northern Ireland...Previous MatchNext Match

      21. The Magistrates’ Courts Act 1980 (c.43)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 26.The Magistrates’ Courts Act 1980 has effect subject to the...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 27.For section 66 substitute— Composition of magistrates’ courts for family...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 28.(1) Section 67 (family courts and panels) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 29.In section 144(2) (rule committee for magistrates’ courts to include...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 30.In section 150(1) (interpretation), in the definition of “petty-sessional court-house”,...Previous MatchNext Match

      22. The Extradition Act 1989 (c.33)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 31.The Extradition Act 1989 has effect subject to the following...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 32.In section 8(1)(a) (issue of warrant for arrest on receipt...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 33.(1) Section 9 (proceedings for committal) is amended as follows....Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 34.In section 10(7) (cases in which order by metropolitan magistrate...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 35.In section 24(4) (suppression of terrorism), in the paragraph (c)...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 36.(1) Schedule 1 (provisions deriving from the Extradition Act 1870...Previous MatchNext Match

      23. The Courts and Legal Services Act 1990 (c.41)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 37.In Schedule 11 to the Courts and Legal Services Act...Previous MatchNext Match

      24. The Local Government Act 1992 (c.19)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 38.In section 19(2)(d) of the Local Government Act 1992 (which...Previous MatchNext Match

      25. The Judicial Pensions and Retirement Act 1993 (c. 8)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 39.The Judicial Pensions and Retirement Act 1993 has effect subject...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 40.In Part I of Schedule 1 (qualifying offices), after “County...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 41.In Schedule 5 (retirement), for “Stipendiary magistrate in England and...Previous MatchNext Match

      26. The Probation Service Act 1993 (c.47)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 42.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Previous MatchNext Match

      27. The Justices of the Peace Act 1997 (c.25)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 43.The Justices of the Peace Act 1997 has effect subject...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 44.In subsection (2)(a) of section 5 (which specifies that the...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 45.In section 7(7) (which provides that the provisions about the...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 46.In section 10(4) (provisions about travelling, subsistence and financial loss...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 47.In section 22(4)(c) (chairman or deputy chairman of justices not...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 48.In section 69(4) (oaths required to be taken by acting...Previous MatchNext Match

        7. 49.In section 72(1) (interpretation), in the definition of “petty sessional...Previous MatchNext Match

        8. 50.In paragraph 7 of Schedule 4 (inner London), in sub-paragraph...Previous MatchNext Match

    13. SCHEDULE 12Previous MatchNext Match

      1. The Public Works Loans Act 1965 (c.63)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 1.In section 2(1)(a) of the Public Works Loans Act 1965...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. The National Loans Act 1968 (c.13)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 2.In paragraph 1(a) of Schedule 4 to the National Loans...Previous MatchNext Match

      3. The Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988 (c.53)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 3.In section 82(2A) of the Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988...Previous MatchNext Match

      4. The Local Government and Housing Act 1989 (c.42)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 4.The Local Government and Housing Act 1989 has effect subject...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 5.In section 39(1) (authorities to which provisions about revenue accounts...

        3. 6.In section 67(3) (authorities to which provisions about interests in...Previous MatchNext Match

      5. The Criminal Justice Act 1991 (c.53)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 7.(1) Section 76 of the Criminal Justice Act 1991 as...Previous MatchNext Match

      6. The Local Government Finance Act 1992 (c.14)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 8.In section 19(2) of the Local Government Finance Act 1992...Previous MatchNext Match

      7. The Justices of the Peace Act 1997 (c.25)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 9.The Justices of the Peace Act 1997 has effect subject...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 10.In section 10(7) as amended by Schedule 10 to this...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 11.In section 40(8) (regulations about appointment of justices’ chief executive),...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 12.In section 44 (terms of employment), after subsection (1) insert—...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 13.For section 50 substitute— Pensions of employees of GLMCA. (1) The Lord Chancellor may, with the consent of the...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 14.(1) Section 54 (indemnification of justices’ and their clerks) is...Previous MatchNext Match

        7. 15.Before section 55 insert the heading— “Magistrates’ courts committees outside...Previous MatchNext Match

        8. 16.(1) Section 55 (duties of local authorities) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

        9. 17.(1) Section 56 (provision supplementary to section 55) is amended...Previous MatchNext Match

        10. 18.In section 59(1) (regulations relating to accounts of magistrates’ courts...Previous MatchNext Match

        11. 19.After section 68 insert— Provision of accommodation for justices and...Previous MatchNext Match

    14. SCHEDULE 13Previous MatchNext Match

      Functions transferred to justices’ chief executivesPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. The London Hackney Carriages Act 1843 (c.86)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 1.In section 24 of the London Hackney Carriages Act 1843...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. The Evidence Act 1851 (c.99)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 2.(1) Section 13 of the Evidence Act 1851 (proof of...Previous MatchNext Match

      3. The Criminal Procedure Act 1865 (c.18)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 3.(1) Section 6 of the Criminal Procedure Act 1865 (proof...Previous MatchNext Match

      4. The Prevention of Crimes Act 1871 (c.112)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 4.(1) Section 18 of the Prevention of Crimes Act 1871...Previous MatchNext Match

      5. The Fairs Act 1873 (c.37)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 5.In section 6 of the Fairs Act 1873 (alteration of...Previous MatchNext Match

      6. The Public Health Acts Amendment Act 1907 (c.53)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 6.In section 94(7) of the Public Health Acts Amendment Act...Previous MatchNext Match

      7. The Maintenance Orders (Facilities for Enforcement) Act 1920 (c.33)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 7.(1) Section 4 of the Maintenance Orders (Facilities for Enforcement)...Previous MatchNext Match

      8. The Children and Young Persons Act 1933 (c.12)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 8.The Children and Young Persons Act 1933 has effect subject...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 9.In section 42(2)(b) (transmission of deposition of child), for “clerk”...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 10.In section 45 (constitution of youth courts), number the existing...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 11.In— (a) section 46(1A) (notification of guilty plea), Previous MatchNext Match

      9. The Maintenance Orders Act 1950 (c.37)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 12.Part II of the Maintenance Orders Act 1950 (enforcement of...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 13.(1) Section 18 (enforcement of registered orders) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 14.(1) Section 22 (discharge and variation of registered orders) is...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 15.In section 24(5A)(b) (order requiring payment to the clerk of...Previous MatchNext Match

      10. The Army Act 1955 (c.18)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 16.The Army Act 1955 has effect subject to the following...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 17.(1) Section 189 (delivery into military custody of person dealt...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 18.(1) Section 199 (proof of outcome of civil trial) is...Previous MatchNext Match

      11. The Air Force Act 1955 (c.19)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 19.The Air Force Act 1955 has effect subject to the...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 20.(1) Section 189 (delivery into air-force custody of person dealt...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 21.(1) Section 199 (proof of outcome of civil trial) is...Previous MatchNext Match

      12. The Naval Discipline Act 1957 (c.53)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 22.The Naval Discipline Act 1957 has effect subject to the...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 23.(1) Section 110 (delivery into naval custody of person dealt...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 24.(1) Section 129B (proof of outcome of civil trial) is...Previous MatchNext Match

      13. The Maintenance Orders Act 1958 (c.39)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 25.The Maintenance Orders Act 1958 has effect subject to the...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 26.(1) Section 2 (registration of orders) is amended as follows....Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 27.In section 3(3A) (requirement of person liable under order to...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 28.(1) Section 4(5B) (application of section 60 of the Magistrates’...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 29.(1) Section 5 (cancellation of registration) is amended as follows....Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 30.In section 18 (powers of magistrates to review committals), for...Previous MatchNext Match

        7. 31.In section 20(1) (clerk of magistrates’ court entitled to receive...Previous MatchNext Match

      14. The Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Act 1963 (c.2)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 32.The Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Act 1963 has effect subject...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 33.(1) Section 10A (cancellation of betting office licence) is amended...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 34.(1) Section 11 (cancellation of and disqualification for bookmaker’s permit...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 35.(1) Schedule 1 (bookmaker’s permits, betting agency permits and betting...Previous MatchNext Match

      15. The Licensing Act 1964 (c.26)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 36.The Licensing Act 1964 has effect subject to the following...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 37.In— (a) section 8A(2) (approval of prospective licensee), Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 38.(1) Section 20 (consent for alteration of premises) is amended...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 39.In section 20A(3) (revocation of justices’ licences), for “clerk” substitute...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 40.(1) Section 22 (procedural provisions as to appeals) is amended...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 41.In section 27(4)(c)(ii) (notice for renewal of licence given to...Previous MatchNext Match

        7. 42.(1) Section 28 (clerk to licensing justices) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

        8. 43.In section 30 (register of licences), in— Previous MatchNext Match

        9. 44.(1) Section 31 (matters to be entered in register) is...Previous MatchNext Match

        10. 45.In section 32(1) and (2) (persons with interest in property...Previous MatchNext Match

        11. 46.In section 33 (notice of conviction of licence holder to...Previous MatchNext Match

        12. 47.In section 34(3) (refusal of inspection of register), for “clerk”...Previous MatchNext Match

        13. 48.In section 46(2) (notice to fire authority of application for...Previous MatchNext Match

        14. 49.(1) Section 51 (register of clubs) is amended as follows....Previous MatchNext Match

        15. 50.In— (a) section 62(3) (permitted hours in clubs), Previous MatchNext Match

        16. 51.In Schedule 2 (applications for justices’ licences), in— Previous MatchNext Match

        17. 52.(1) Schedule 6 (applications and complaints relating to registration certificates)...Previous MatchNext Match

        18. 53.In Schedule 8A (procedure for making, varying or revoking restriction...Previous MatchNext Match

        19. 54.In paragraph 7 of Schedule 11 (clerk to licensing planning...Previous MatchNext Match

        20. 55.In Schedule 12 (canteen licences), in paragraphs 1(1)(a) and 3,...Previous MatchNext Match

        21. 56.In Schedule 12A (children’s certificates), in— (a) paragraphs 1(1) and...Previous MatchNext Match

      16. The Gaming Act 1968 (c.65)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 57.The Gaming Act 1968 has effect subject to the following...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 58.(1) Schedule 2 (grant etc. of licences) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 59.(1) Schedule 3 (registration of members’ clubs in England and...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 60.In Schedule 7 (registration for gaming by means of machines),...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 61.(1) Schedule 9 (permits under section 34) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

      17. The Late Night Refreshment Houses Act 1969 (c.53)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 62.In section 6(2) of the Late Night Refreshment Houses Act...Previous MatchNext Match

      18. The Children and Young Persons Act 1969 (c.54)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 63.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Previous MatchNext Match

      19. The Attachment of Earnings Act 1971 (c.32)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 64.The Attachment of Earnings Act 1971 has effect subject to...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 65.In section 3(1)(c) (persons who may apply for an attachment...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 66.In section 6(7)(c) (clerk to be collecting officer in case...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 67.In section 17(3)(d) (power to require court officer to deal...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 68.(1) Section 18 (certain action not to be taken by...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 69.In section 21(2)(a)(ii) (costs due to clerk of magistrates’ court),...Previous MatchNext Match

      20. The Immigration Act 1971 (c.77)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 70.(1) Schedule 2 to the Immigration Act 1971 (administrative provisions)...Previous MatchNext Match

      21. The Maintenance Orders (Reciprocal Enforcement) Act 1972 (c.18)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 71.The Maintenance Orders (Reciprocal Enforcement) Act 1972 has effect subject...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 72.In section 7(5B) (powers of magistrates’ court on confirming provisional...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 73.(1) Section 8 (enforcement of maintenance order registered in United...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 74.(1) Section 9(1ZA) (application of section 60 of the Magistrates’...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 75.(1) Section 23 (maintenance orders registered in High Court under...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 76.In section 26 (application for recovery of maintenance in convention...Previous MatchNext Match

        7. 77.In section 27B (sending application to the appropriate magistrates’ court),...Previous MatchNext Match

        8. 78.(1) Section 27C (application for recovery of maintenance in England...Previous MatchNext Match

        9. 79.(1) Section 32 (transfer of orders) is amended as follows....Previous MatchNext Match

        10. 80.In section 34(3) (application from abroad to vary a registered...Previous MatchNext Match

        11. 81.(1) Section 34A (variation of orders by magistrates’ courts) is...Previous MatchNext Match

      22. The Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 (c.18)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 82.(1) Section 38 of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 (orders...Previous MatchNext Match

      23. The Powers of Criminal Courts Act 1973 (c.62)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 83.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 84.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 85.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Previous MatchNext Match

      24. The Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries Act 1975 (c.51)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 86.(1) Schedule 4 to the Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries Act...Previous MatchNext Match

      25. The Lotteries and Amusements Act 1976 (c.32)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 87.(1) Schedule 3 to the Lotteries and Amusements Act 1976...Previous MatchNext Match

      26. The Adoption Act 1976 (c.36)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 88.In section 58A(3) of the Adoption Act 1976 (duty of...Previous MatchNext Match

      27. The Bail Act 1976 (c.63)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 89.In section 6(9)(c)(i) of the Bail Act 1976 (certification of...Previous MatchNext Match

      28. The Domestic Proceedings and Magistrates’ Courts Act 1978 (c.22)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 90.The Domestic Proceedings and Magistrates’ Courts Act 1978 has effect...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 91.In section 20ZA(3) (variation of orders for periodical payments to...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 92.In section 32(2) (enforcement of orders for payment of money),...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 93.(1) Section 35 (orders for repayment of sums paid after...Previous MatchNext Match

      29. The Licensed Premises (Exclusion of Certain Persons) Act 1980 (c.32)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 94.(1) Section 4 of the Licensed Premises (Exclusion of Certain...Previous MatchNext Match

      30. The Magistrates’ Courts Act 1980 (c.43)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 95.The Magistrates’ Courts Act 1980 has effect subject to the...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 96.In section 6(5) (clerk to display details of cases committed...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 97.In section 12 (non-appearance of accused: plea of guilty), in...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 98.(1) Section 14 (avoidance of certain proceedings) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 99.(1) Section 59 (orders for periodical payment: means of payment)...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 100.(1) Section 59A (orders for periodical payments: proceedings by clerk)...Previous MatchNext Match

        7. 101.In section 60(5) (variation of order to provide that payments...Previous MatchNext Match

        8. 102.In section 61(1)(b) (rules about apportionment of sums paid to...Previous MatchNext Match

        9. 103.In section 62(1)(ii) (proceedings by clerk for sums payable to...Previous MatchNext Match

        10. 104.In section 82(5A) (clerk to serve notice of hearing to...Previous MatchNext Match

        11. 105.(1) Section 87 (enforcement of payment of fines by High...Previous MatchNext Match

        12. 106.(1) Section 87A (fines imposed on companies) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

        13. 107.In section 89(2) (transfer of fine order: functions of clerk...Previous MatchNext Match

        14. 108.In section 90(3) (functions of clerk in relation to payment...Previous MatchNext Match

        15. 109.In section 91(1) (functions of clerk in relation to payment...Previous MatchNext Match

        16. 110.In section 95(3) (instalments: powers of the court in relation...Previous MatchNext Match

        17. 111.In section 97A(9), (10) and (11) (summons or warrant as...Previous MatchNext Match

        18. 112.In section 99 (proof of non-payment of sum adjudged)— Previous MatchNext Match

        19. 113.In section 114 (payment to clerk of fees and recognizances...Previous MatchNext Match

        20. 114.(1) Section 137 (fees) is amended as follows. Previous MatchNext Match

        21. 115.In section 139 (application by clerk of money received on...Previous MatchNext Match

        22. 116.In section 144(1) (rules about procedure and practice to be...Previous MatchNext Match

        23. 117.In Schedule 6 (fees), in the heading to Part I...Previous MatchNext Match

      31. The Highways Act 1980 (c.66)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 118.In section 47(6) of the Highways Act 1980 (notification by...Previous MatchNext Match

      32. The Betting and Gaming Duties Act 1981 (c.63)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 119.The Betting and Gaming Duties Act 1981 has effect subject...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 120.(1) Paragraph 15 of Schedule 1 (enforcement of betting duty)...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 121.(1) Paragraph 15 of Schedule 4 (register of permits) is...Previous MatchNext Match

      33. The Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982 (c.27)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 122.(1) Section 5 of the Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act...Previous MatchNext Match

      34. The Criminal Justice Act 1982 (c.48)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 123.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Previous MatchNext Match

      35. The Licensing (Occasional Permissions) Act 1983 (c.24)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 124.In section 2(2), (3), (4) and (5) of the Licensing...Previous MatchNext Match

      36. The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (c.60)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 125.The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 has effect subject...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 126.In section 16(10) and (11) (warrants to be returned to...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 127.In section 47(3A)(b) (date for appearance on granting of bail),...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 128.(1) Section 73 (proof of conviction) is amended as follows....Previous MatchNext Match

      37. The Prosecution of Offences Act 1985 (c.23)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 129.The Prosecution of Offences Act 1985 has effect subject to...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 130.In section 7(4) (justices’ clerk to send to Director of...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 131.In section 23(3), (7) and (8) (discontinuance of proceedings by...Previous MatchNext Match

      38. The Sporting Events (Control of Alcohol etc.) Act 1985 (c.57)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 132.In section 4(6) of the Sporting Events (Control of Alcohol...Previous MatchNext Match

      39. The Insolvency Act 1986 (c.45)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 133.In sections 9(1) and 124(1) of the Insolvency Act 1986...Previous MatchNext Match

      40. The Public Order Act 1986 (c.64)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 134.In section 34(1) and (2) of the Public Order Act...Previous MatchNext Match

      41. The Coroners Act 1988 (c.13)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 135.In sections 16(1)(a) and 17(1) of the Coroners Act 1988...Previous MatchNext Match

      42. The Criminal Justice Act 1988 (c.33)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 136.The Criminal Justice Act 1988 has effect subject to the...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 137.In section 41(10) and (11)(a) (clerk of magistrates’ court to...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 138.In section 67(1) (clerk to be notified of fine imposed...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 139.In section 81(3) to (9) (application of proceeds of realisation...Previous MatchNext Match

      43. The Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988 (c.53)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 140.The Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988 has effect subject to...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 141.(1) Section 7 (duty of accused to provide licence to...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 142.In sections 8(a) and 25(2)(a) (notification to clerk of date...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 143.(1) Section 26 (interim disqualification) is amended as follows. Previous MatchNext Match

        5. 144.(1) Section 27 (production of licence) is amended as follows....Previous MatchNext Match

        6. 145.(1) Section 34B (certificate of completion of course) is amended...Previous MatchNext Match

        7. 146.In section 34C(2) (interpretation), after the definition of “petty sessions...Previous MatchNext Match

        8. 147.In section 52(3)(c) (fixed penalty notice to specify justices’ clerk...Previous MatchNext Match

        9. 148.(1) Section 69 (payment of fixed penalty) is amended as...Previous MatchNext Match

        10. 149.In section 70(4)(a) (registration certificate to be sent to clerk...Previous MatchNext Match

        11. 150.(1) Section 71 (registration of sums payable in default) is...Previous MatchNext Match

        12. 151.In sections 72(1) and (6) and 73(1)(b) and (7) (invalidity...Previous MatchNext Match

        13. 152.(1) Section 74 (supplementary) is amended as follows. Previous MatchNext Match

        14. 153.In section 75(6) (definition of “fixed penalty clerk” for purposes...Previous MatchNext Match

        15. 154.In section 82(2) (accounting where one clerk acts for another),...Previous MatchNext Match

        16. 155.In section 83(1)(b) (powers where clerk of court deceived), after...Previous MatchNext Match

        17. 156.In section 84(c) (power to make regulations prescribing duties of...Previous MatchNext Match

      44. The Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Act 1989 (c.4)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 157.(1) Schedule 4 to the Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions)...Previous MatchNext Match

      45. The Football Spectators Act 1989 (c.37)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 158.In sections ... 18(1) of the Football Spectators Act 1989...Previous MatchNext Match

      46. The Children Act 1989 (c.41)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 159.The Children Act 1989 has effect subject to the following...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 160.In section 83(5) (clerk to provide particulars of proceedings), for...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 161.In paragraph 6A(3) of Schedule 1 (variation of order to...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. 162.In paragraph 24(6) of Schedule 2 (signature of clerk as...Previous MatchNext Match

      47. The Criminal Procedure (Insanity and Unfitness to Plead) Act 1991 (c.25)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 163.(1) Schedule 2 to the Criminal Procedure (Insanity and Unfitness...Previous MatchNext Match

      48. The Criminal Justice Act 1991 (c.53)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 164.The Criminal Justice Act 1991 has effect subject to the...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 165.In section 20A(2) (official request is one made by clerk),...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 166.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Previous MatchNext Match

      49. The Social Security Administration Act 1992 (c.5)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 167.The Social Security Administration Act 1992 has effect subject to...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 168.In section 107(5) and (11) (recovery of expenditure on income...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 169.In section 121(1)(b) (receipt of statement by clerk), for “clerk...Previous MatchNext Match

      50. The Prisoners and Criminal Proceedings (Scotland) Act 1993 (c.9)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 170.In section 14(5)(b) of the Prisoners and Criminal Proceedings (Scotland)...Previous MatchNext Match

      51. The Pension Schemes Act 1993 (c.48)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 171.In section 68(1)(b) of the Pension Schemes Act 1993 (receipt...Previous MatchNext Match

      52. The Drug Trafficking Act 1994 (c.37)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 172.In section 30(4) to (8) of the Drug Trafficking Act...Previous MatchNext Match

      53. The Road Traffic (New Drivers) Act 1995 (c.13)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 173.(1) Paragraph 3 of Schedule 1 to the Road Traffic...Previous MatchNext Match

      54. The Merchant Shipping Act 1995 (c.21)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 174.(1) Section 68 of the Merchant Shipping Act 1995 (power...Previous MatchNext Match

      55. The Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1995 (c.46)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 175.In section 234(9) of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1995...Previous MatchNext Match

      56. The Reserve Forces Act 1996 (c.14)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 176.The Reserve Forces Act 1996 has effect subject to the...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. 177.(1) Paragraph 7 of Schedule 2 (delivery into military, air-force...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. 178.(1) Paragraph 9 of Schedule 3 (proof of outcome of...Previous MatchNext Match

      57. The Crime and Disorder Act 1998 (c.37)Previous MatchNext Match

        1. 179.(1) Schedule 3 to the Crime and Disorder Act 1998...Previous MatchNext Match

    15. SCHEDULE 14Previous MatchNext Match

      Transitional provisions and savingsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. Part I GeneralPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 1.(1) The Lord Chancellor or Secretary of State may by...Previous MatchNext Match

      2. Part II Legal Services CommissionPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. Replacement of Legal Aid Board by Legal Services CommissionPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 2.(1) When section 1 of this Act comes into force—...

          2. 3.(1) Anything which, immediately before section 1 of this Act...

          3. 4.Where rights and liabilities under a contract of employment are...Previous MatchNext Match

          4. 5.(1) Any arrangements made by the Legal Aid Board under...

        2. Winding-down of Legal Aid BoardPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 6.(1) The Legal Aid Board shall give to the Legal...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. Abolition of Legal Aid Board

          1. 7.(1) The Legal Aid Board shall cease to exist when...

        4. Further provision for Legal Aid Board and Legal Services Commission

          1. 8.(1) The Lord Chancellor may by order made by statutory...

        5. Funding of representation by Lord Chancellor

          1. 9.(1) Until such date as the Lord Chancellor may by...

      3. Part III Legal servicesPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. Conditional fee agreementsPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 10.Any order made under section 58(4) or (5) of the...Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 11.Any regulations made under section 58(1)(c) of the Courts and...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. Legal aid in Scotland

          1. 12.If section 33 of this Act comes into force before...

        3. Abolition of ACLEC

          1. 13.The Lord Chancellor may by order made by statutory instrument...

        4. Regulations and rules for barristers and solicitorsPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 14.(1) For the purposes of section 27 of the Courts...Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 15.Where a person was called to the Bar or admitted...

        5. Existing rights of solicitors in certain Crown Court centresPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 16.(1) If section 36 of this Act comes into force...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. Authorised bodiesPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 17.(1) An Order in Council made pursuant to a recommendation...Previous MatchNext Match

      4. Part IV Reporting of proceedings about childrenPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. 18.Section 97(2) of the Children Act 1989 (as amended by...Previous MatchNext Match

      5. Part V Magistrates and magistrates’ courtsPrevious MatchNext Match

        1. Commission areasPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 19.The first order under section 1 of the Justices of...Previous MatchNext Match

        2. Petty sessions areasPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 20.The first order under section 4 of the Justices of...Previous MatchNext Match

        3. Lord Mayor and aldermen of City of LondonPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 21.The person who is the Lord Mayor of London, and...Previous MatchNext Match

        4. District Judges (Magistrates’ Courts): appointment

          1. 22.Any person who is a stipendiary magistrate or a metropolitan...

          2. 23.Any person who, immediately before the time when section 78...

        5. District Judges (Magistrates’ Courts): pensionsPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 24.(1) For the purposes specified in sub-paragraph (2), a person...Previous MatchNext Match

        6. District Judges (Magistrates’ Courts): retirementPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 25.For the purposes of section 26 of and Schedule 7...Previous MatchNext Match

        7. District Judges (Magistrates’ Courts): legal aidPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 26.If paragraph 36 of Schedule 11 to this Act comes...Previous MatchNext Match

        8. Committals for sentence

          1. 27.Section 79 of, and Part V(4) of Schedule 15 to,...

        9. Youth courtsPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 28.(1) Subject to any order under paragraph 6 of the...Previous MatchNext Match

        10. Magistrates’ courts committee areasPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 29.The first order under section 27A(2) of the Justices of...Previous MatchNext Match

        11. Magistrates’ courts committees in Greater LondonPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 30.(1) From the end of the period of two months...Previous MatchNext Match

          2. 31.(1) If section 78 of this Act has not come...Previous MatchNext Match

        12. The Greater London Magistrates’ Courts Authority

          1. 32.(1) The Lord Chancellor may by order made by statutory...

        13. Schemes for transfer of property etc. to GLMCAPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 33.(1) The Lord Chancellor may make one or more schemes...Previous MatchNext Match

        14. Stamp duty on transfer schemesPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 34.(1) Stamp duty shall not be chargeable— Previous MatchNext Match

        15. Transfer schemes: stamp duty land taxPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 34A.(1) For the purposes of stamp duty land tax, a...Previous MatchNext Match

        16. Continuing provision of court-houses, accommodation etc

          1. 35.(1) The Lord Chancellor may by regulations provide that any...

        17. Pensions of inner London court staffPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 36.(1) The Lord Chancellor may by order made by statutory...Previous MatchNext Match

        18. Justices’ chief executivesPrevious MatchNext Match

          1. 37.(1) If section 90 of this Act comes into force...Previous MatchNext Match

    16. SCHEDULE 15Previous MatchNext Match

      Repeals and revocationsPrevious MatchNext Match

      1. Part I Legal Services CommissionPrevious MatchNext Match

      2. Part II Provision of legal servicesPrevious MatchNext Match

      3. Part III Appeals, courts, judges and court proceedingsPrevious MatchNext Match

      4. Part IV Enforcement of community ordersPrevious MatchNext Match

      5. Part V Magistrates and magistrates’ courtsPrevious MatchNext Match

      6. Part VI Immunity and indemnityPrevious MatchNext Match

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