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Act of Adjournal (Criminal Legal Aid Rules) 1987

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This Act of Adjournal makes rules of court under the Legal Aid (Scotland) Act 1986 in relation to criminal legal aid in criminal proceedings where an application for criminal legal aid is made to the court. It revokes the Act of Adjournal (Rules for Legal Aid in Criminal Proceedings) 1964. It also revokes the Act of Adjournal (Criminal Legal Aid Fees) 1964 except in relation to work done before 1st May 1984 (fees in respect of proceedings concluded on or after that date are regulated by the Legal Aid (Scotland) (Fees in Criminal Proceedings) Regulations 1984).

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