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(1)The [F1Scottish Court Service]F1 as regards sheriff clerks and the Lord Advocate as regards procurators fiscal may from time to time issue such instructions as may be deemed necessary for the purpose of giving effect to the provisions of this Act.
(2)The [F2Scottish Ministers]F2 may from time to time by order make such modifications and adaptations of the provisions of any enactment as may be necessary in consequence of the exercise of the power vested in [F3the Scottish Court Service]F3 by subsection (1) of section one of this Act to appoint a sheriff clerk for an area other than a [F4sheriffdom].
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