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1. This Order may be cited as the Courts Act 2003 (Consequential Amendments) Order 2004.
2. (1) This Order comes into force on 1st September 2004.
(2) But the amendment of any enactment by this Order—
(a)so far as it relates to Criminal Procedure Rules, shall not affect the operation of the enactment amended in relation to rules of court other than Criminal Procedure Rules during the period between the coming into force of this Order and the coming into force of the first Criminal Procedure Rules made under section 69 of the Courts Act 2003,
(b)so far as it relates to Family Procedure Rules, shall not affect the operation of the enactment amended in relation to rules of court other than Family Procedure Rules during the period between the coming into force of this Order and the coming into force of the first Family Procedure Rules made under section 75 of the Courts Act 2003.
3. The enactments set out in the Schedule are amended and repealed as specified in that Schedule.
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State
Department for Constitutional Affairs
Dated 18th July 2004
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