185Free legal aid: supplementaryN.I.
(1)The provisions of the Legal Aid, Advice and Assistance (Northern Ireland) Order 1981 (S.I. 1981/228 (N.I. 8)) listed in subsection (2) apply in relation to free legal aid under section 184 in connection with proceedings before the appropriate judge or the High Court as they apply in relation to free legal aid under Part III of the Order.
(2)The provisions are—
(a)Article 32 (statements of means);
(b)Article 36(1) (payment of legal aid);
(c)Article 36(3) and (4) (rules);
(d)Article 36A (solicitors excluded from legal aid work);
(e)Article 37 (remuneration of solicitors and counsel);
(f)Article 40 (stamp duty exemption).
(3)As so applied those Articles have effect as if—
(a)a person granted free legal aid under section 184 had been granted a criminal aid certificate under Part III of the Order;
(b)section 184 were contained in Part III of the Order.
(4)The fees of any counsel, and the expenses and fees of any solicitor, assigned to a person under section 184 in connection with proceedings before the [F1Supreme Court]F1 must be paid by the [F2Department of Justice in Northern Ireland]F2.
(6)For the purposes of section 184 and this section the appropriate judge is—
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