85Selection of puisne judges and other office holdersE+W+S+N.I.
(1)Sections 86 to 93 apply to—
(a)a recommendation for an appointment to the office of puisne judge of the High Court;
(b)a recommendation for an appointment to an office listed in Part 1 of Schedule 14 in exercise of Her Majesty's function under the enactment listed opposite that office;
(c)an appointment to an office listed in Part 2 or 3 of that Schedule in exercise of the Lord Chancellor's function under the enactment listed opposite that office.
(2)Any such recommendation or appointment must be made in accordance with those sections and section 96.
[F1(2A)This section is subject to—
(a)section 30(4) of the Courts-Martial (Appeals) Act 1951,
(b)sections 91(1ZB) and 102(1C) of the Supreme Court Act 1981,
(c)section 8(1ZC) of the County Courts Act 1984, and
(d)sections 94A and 94B below.]
(3)The Lord Chancellor may by order make any of the following amendments to Schedule 14—
(a)an amendment which adds a reference to an enactment under which appointments are made to an office;
(b)an amendment which adds a reference to an office to which appointments are made under an enactment;
(c)an amendment consequential on the abolition or change of name of an office;
(d)an amendment consequential on the substitution of one or more enactments for an enactment under which appointments are made to an office.
[F2(4)The Lord Chancellor may by order amend section 94A or 94B if he thinks that the amendment is consequential on an amendment made to Schedule 14 by an order under subsection (3).]
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