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(1)In this Act the following expressions have the meanings hereby assigned to them, that is to say—
“certified copy”, in relation to an order of any court, means a copy certified by the proper officer of the court to be a true copy of the order or of the official record thereof;
“collecting officer”, [F1. . .] in relation to a court of summary jurisdiction in Northern Ireland, means the officer [F2authorised to act as such for the purposes of Article 85 of the Magistrates’ Courts (Northern Ireland) Order 1981.];
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“enactment” includes any order, rule or regulation made in pursuance of any Act;
“England” includes Wales;
“prescribed” means, in relation to a court of summary jurisdiction in England or Northern Ireland, prescribed by rules made under section fifteen of the Justices of the M1Peace Act 1949, or by rules made [F4under section 23 of the M2Magistrates’ Courts Act (Northern Ireland) 1964], as the case may be, and in relation to any other court means prescribed by rules of court.
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