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6(1)In any control order proceedings the court may, if it thinks fit—
(a)call in aid one or more advisers appointed for the purpose by the Lord Chancellor; and
(b)hear and dispose of the proceedings with the assistance of the adviser or advisers.
(2)Rules of court may regulate the use of advisers in accordance with the power conferred by this paragraph.
(3)The Lord Chancellor may, out of money provided by Parliament, pay such remuneration, expenses and allowances to advisers appointed for the purposes of this paragraph as he may determine.
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