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The Courts Act 2003 (Consequential Provisions) (No. 2) Order 2005

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. 2.Consequential provisions

  4. 3.Revocation

  5. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS

      1. 1.Maintenance Orders (Facilities for Enforcement) Rules 1922

      2. 2.In rules 2A and 3, for “justices' chief executive” substitute...

      3. 3.In rules 5A(4) (in the first place) and 6A(3) (in...

      4. 4.In rules 4, 5, 5A(2) and (4) (in the second...

      5. 5.In paragraph 1 of the Schedule, omit the definition of...

      6. 6.For “justices' chief executive” in other places in these Rules...

      7. 7.In paragraph 12(2) of the Schedule, for “magistrates' courts committee”...

      8. 8.Maintenance Orders Act 1950 (Summary Jurisdiction) Rules 1950

      9. 9.In rules 1(1) and (4), 2(1) and 5(1), for “acting...

      10. 10.In the Schedule— (a) in Forms 1 and 2, for...

      11. 11.Youth Courts (Constitution) Rules 1954

      12. 12.In rules 3, 6 and 9(1), for “petty sessions area”...

      13. 13.In rule 14(1), omit the words from “and, in relation...

      14. 14.Magistrates' Courts (Maintenance Orders Act 1958) Rules 1959

      15. 15.In the Schedule— (a) for “JUSTICES' CHIEF EXECUTIVE” (in each...

      16. 16.Betting (Licensing) Regulations 1960

      17. 17.In the Schedule— (a) in Forms 1 to 6 and...

      18. 18.Betting Levy (Particulars of Bookmakers' Permits) Regulations 1961

      19. 19.Justices of the Peace Act 1949 (Compensation) Regulations 1965

      20. 20.Magistrates' Courts (Backing of Warrants) Rules 1965

      21. 21.In rule 5B, for “justices' chief executive” (in the first...

      22. 22.Criminal Appeal Rules 1968

      23. 23.Gaming Act (Registration under Part II) Regulations 1969

      24. 24.Gaming Act (Registration under Part III) Regulations 1969

      25. 25.Gaming Clubs (Licensing) Regulations 1969

      26. 26.Magistrates' Courts (Attachment of Earnings) Rules 1971

      27. 27.In rule 9(2), for “for which the justice is acting”...

      28. 28.In rule 16(1), for “for which the second mentioned court...

      29. 29.Blood Tests (Evidence of Paternity) Regulations 1971

      30. 30.Magistrates' Courts (Blood Tests) Rules 1971

      31. 31.Isles of Scilly (Sale of Intoxicating Liquor) Order 1973

      32. 32.In article 14, for “justices' chief executives” substitute “designated officers...

      33. 33.Magistrates' Courts (Reciprocal Enforcement of Maintenance Orders) Rules 1974

      34. 34.In rules 4A(3) (in the first place), 7(2) (in the...

      35. 35.In rules 4B(2)(b), 8(2), 9B(1) and 12 (in each place)...

      36. 36.In paragraph 1 of Schedule A1, omit the definition of...

      37. 37.For “justices' chief executive” in other places in these Rules...

      38. 38.In paragraph 12(2) of Schedule A1, for “magistrates' courts committee”...

      39. 39.Magistrates' Courts (Guardianship of Minors) Rules 1974

      40. 40.Magistrates' Courts (Reciprocal Enforcement of Maintenance Orders) (Republic of Ireland) Rules 1975

      41. 41.In rules 4A(2) (in the first place), 8(1) and 13...

      42. 42.In rules 9(2), 10(1A), (2) and (3) and 12 and...

      43. 43.In paragraph 1 of Schedule A1, omit the definition of...

      44. 44.For “justices' chief executive” in other places in these Rules...

      45. 45.In rule 14(1), for “petty sessions area for which the...

      46. 46.In paragraph 12(2) of Schedule A1, for “magistrates' courts committee”...

      47. 47.In the Schedule (in both places), for “J.C.E.” substitute “D.O.”...

      48. 48.Magistrates' Courts (Recovery Abroad of Maintenance) Rules 1975

      49. 49.In rules 3A(1) (in the first place), 5(2), 6(1) and...

      50. 50.In rules 3A(1)(b), 4, 5A, 7A(1), 7B(3) and 8(1) and...

      51. 51.In paragraph 1 of Schedule 2, omit the definition of...

      52. 52.For “justices' chief executive” in other places in these Rules...

      53. 53.In paragraph 12(2) of Schedule 2, for “magistrates' courts committee”...

      54. 54.In Schedule 1, for “J.C.E.” substitute “D.O.” and for “Justices'...

      55. 55.Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975

      56. 56.Local Government Area Changes Regulations 1976

      57. 57.In regulation 19— (a) omit paragraph (1) of Part 1;...

      58. 58.In the heading of Schedule 1, for “Petty Sessions Areas”...

      59. 59.Justices' Clerks (Qualifications of Assistants) Rules 1979

      60. 60.Magistrates' Courts (Reciprocal Enforcement of Maintenance Orders) (Hague Convention Countries) Rules 1980

      61. 61.In rules 4A(3) (in the first place), 5(1), 10(1) and...

      62. 62.In rules 5(3), 7(2), 8(1A) and (2), 8B(1) and paragraphs...

      63. 63.In paragraph 1 of Schedule 1A, omit the definition of...

      64. 64.For “justices' chief executive” in other places in these Rules...

      65. 65.In rule 12(1), for “petty sessions area for which the...

      66. 66.In paragraph 12(2) of Schedule 1A, for “magistrates' courts committee”...

      67. 67.In Schedule 2 (in each place), for “J.C.E.” substitute “D.O.”...

      68. 68.Magistrates' Courts Rules 1981

      69. 69.In rule 32(1)(a), for “petty sessions area for which the...

      70. 70.In rule 41— (a) in paragraph (1)(a), for “appointed for...

      71. 71.In rule 55, for “that chief executive” substitute “that designated...

      72. 72.In rule 57A(1)— (a) for “a justices' chief executive” substitute...

      73. 73.In rule 58(3), for “commission area for which the justice...

      74. 74.In rule 59— (a) in paragraph (1)(a)(ii), for “petty sessions...

      75. 75.In rules 60(2), 63(1) and 74(4), for “that chief executive”...

      76. 76.In rule 72A, for “justices' chief executive”—

      77. 77.In rule 82— (a) for “acting for any petty sessions...

      78. 78.In rule 84A(2)(b), for “acting for the petty sessions area”...

      79. 79.In rule 86(1)(b), for “a justices' chief executive” substitute “the...

      80. 80.In rule 92, for “acting for the same petty sessions...

      81. 81.In rule 93B— (a) in paragraph (1)(b), for “acting for...

      82. 82.In rule 95A, for “petty sessions area” substitute “local justice...

      83. 83.In rule 101(2), for “acting for the petty sessions area...

      84. 84.In rule 106(2)(b), for “acting for the same petty sessions...

      85. 85.For “justices' chief executive” in other places in these Rules...

      86. 86.Magistrates' Courts (Forms) Rules 1981

      87. 87.Crown Court Rules 1982

      88. 88.In rules 3(2) and (3) and 4(1)(a) and (b), for...

      89. 89.In rules 7(2)(b) and (7)(c), 8(d) and 11(2)(b), for “chief...

      90. 90.In Schedule 10, for “Justices' Chief Executive” substitute “Designated Officer”....

      91. 91.Magistrates' Courts (Adoption) Rules 1984

      92. 92.In rule 15(1), for “acting for the area” substitute “acting...

      93. 93.In rule 28(1), for “acting for the same petty sessions...

      94. 94.In Form 3 in Schedule 1, for “Justices' Chief Executive”...

      95. 95.Magistrates' Courts (Discontinuance of Proceedings) Rules 1986

      96. 96.Magistrates' Courts (Child Abduction and Custody) Rules 1986

      97. 97.Fixed Penalty (Procedure) Regulations 1986

      98. 98.In regulation 8, for “justices' chief executive” substitute “designated officer”....

      99. 99.Costs in Criminal Cases (General) Regulations 1986

      100. 100.Insolvency Rules 1986

      101. 101.Magistrates' Courts (Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982) Rules 1986

      102. 102.In rule 4(1) and (1A), for “justices' chief executive” substitute...

      103. 103.In rules 4(2), 6A, 10 (in each place) and 11(2)(b)...

      104. 104.For “justices' chief executive” in other places in these Rules...

      105. 105.Magistrates' Courts (Family Law Act 1986) Rules 1988

      106. 106.In rule 2(1), omit the definition of “commission area”

      107. 107.In the Schedule— (a) in Form 1, for “Justices' Chief...

      108. 108.Magistrates' Courts (Notices of Transfer) Rules 1988

      109. 109.Civil Legal Aid (General) Regulations 1989

      110. 110.In regulation 89(a), for “justices' chief executive” (in the first...

      111. 111.Legal Advice and Assistance Regulations 1989

      112. 112.In paragraphs 2 and 4 of Schedule 5, for “justices'...

      113. 113.Legal Aid in Criminal and Care Proceedings (General) Regulations 1989

      114. 114.In regulations 16(1), 17(4)(b) and 18 (1)(b), (c), (d) and...

      115. 115.In regulations 12(1) (in the first place), 13 (in the...

      116. 116.In regulations 11 (in each place), 14(1), (3), (4) and...

      117. 117.For “justices' chief executive” in other places in these Regulations...

      118. 118.In Schedule 2, for “Justices' Chief Executive” (in each place)...

      119. 119.Non-Domestic Rating (Collection and Enforcement) (Local Lists) Regulations 1989

      120. 120.In regulation 23(4), for “justices' chief executive” substitute “designated officer”....

      121. 121.Magistrates' Courts (Extradition) Rules 1989

      122. 122.Magistrates' Courts (Social Security Act 1986) (Transfer of Orders to Maintain and Enforcement of Maintenance Orders) Rules 1990

      123. 123.Magistrates' Courts (Criminal Justice (International Co-operation)) Rules 1991

      124. 124.In rule 5, for “justices' chief executive” substitute “designated officer”....

      125. 125.In rule 6(1), omit “petty-sessional”.

      126. 126.Family Proceedings Rules 1991

      127. 127.In rule 4.22(2A)(a), for “petty sessions area or London commission...

      128. 128.Family Proceedings Courts (Children Act 1989) Rules 1991

      129. 129.In rule 1(2)— (a) in the definition of “file”, for...

      130. 130.In rule 21H(1), for “petty sessions area” substitute “local justice...

      131. 131.In rule 32(2), for “magistrates' courts committee” substitute “Lord Chancellor”....

      132. 132.Family Proceedings Courts (Constitution) Rules 1991

      133. 133.In rule 3, for “Greater London Commission Area” substitute “Greater...

      134. 134.In rule 4— (a) after paragraph (2) insert the following...

      135. 135.In rule 5— (a) in paragraph (1)—

      136. 136.In rule 6, for “petty sessions area” substitute “local justice...

      137. 137.In rule 7— (a) omit paragraph (1);

      138. 138.In rule 8(2) and in rule 9(1), for “justices' chief...

      139. 139.In rule 11— (a) for paragraph (2) substitute the following...

      140. 140.In rule 12— (a) in paragraph (1)—

      141. 141.In rule 13— (a) in paragraph (1)—

      142. 142.Family Proceedings Courts (Matrimonial Proceedings etc) Rules 1991

      143. 143.In these Rules (except rules 2(1) and 3(2)), for “justices'...

      144. 144.In rule 15(2), for “Magistrates' Courts Committee” substitute “Lord Chancellor”....

      145. 145.In rule 22(2)(a)(ii), for “acting for the same petty sessions...

      146. 146.In Forms 7 and FL 416 in Schedule 1, for...

      147. 147.Magistrates' Courts (Costs Against Legal Representatives in Civil Proceedings) Rules 1991

      148. 148.In rule 3(4), (5) and (6), for “justices' chief executive”...

      149. 149.Immigration (Isle of Man) Order 1991

      150. 150.Magistrates Courts (Remands in Custody) Order 1991

      151. 151.Council Tax (Administration and Enforcement) Regulations 1992

      152. 152.In regulation 57(3), for “justices' chief executive” substitute “designated officer”....

      153. 153.Crown Office (Forms and Proclamations Rules) Order 1992

      154. 154.In Part II of the Schedule— (a) omit Form B;...

      155. 155.Child Support (Information, Evidence and Disclosure) Regulations 1992

      156. 156.Magistrates' Courts (Attendance Centre) Rules 1992

      157. 157.Magistrates' Courts (Notice of Transfer) (Children’s Evidence) Rules 1992

      158. 158.Magistrates' Courts (Children and Young Persons) Rules 1992

      159. 159.Child Support (Maintenance Arrangements and Jurisdiction) Regulations 1992

      160. 160.Reciprocal Enforcement of Maintenance Orders (Hague Convention Countries) Order 1993

      161. 161.Reciprocal Enforcement of Maintenance Orders (Republic of Ireland) Order 1993

      162. 162.Family Proceedings Courts (Child Support Act 1991) Rules 1993

      163. 163.Reciprocal Enforcement of Maintenance Orders (United States of America) Order 1995

      164. 164.United Nations (International Tribunal) (Former Yugoslavia) Order 1996

      165. 165.In article 14(2), for “Justices' Chief Executive” substitute “Designated Officer”....

      166. 166.United Nations (International Tribunal) (Rwanda) Order 1996

      167. 167.In article 14(2), for “Justices' Chief Executive” substitute “Designated Officer”....

      168. 168.Magistrates' Courts (Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996) (Disclosure) Rules 1997

      169. 169.Magistrates' Courts (Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996) (Confidentiality) Rules 1997

      170. 170.Magistrates' Courts (Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996) (Tainted Acquittals) Rules 1997

      171. 171.Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations 1997

      172. 172.Local Education Authority (Behaviour Support Plans) Regulations 1998

      173. 173.Crime and Disorder Strategies (Prescribed Descriptions) Order 1998

      174. 174.Transfer of Prisoners (Restricted Transfers) (Channel Islands and Isle of Man) Order 1998

      175. 175.Civil Procedure Rules 1998

      176. 176.In Schedule 2, in CCR Order 27—

      177. 177.Magistrates' Courts (Hearsay Evidence in Civil Proceedings) Rules 1999

      178. 178.Scotland Act 1998 (Functions Exercisable in or as Regards Scotland) Order 1999

      179. 179.Sea Fishing (Enforcement of Community Control Measures) Order 2000

      180. 180.Sea Fishing (Enforcement of Community Satellite Monitoring Measures) Order 2000

      181. 181.Contaminated Land (England) Regulations 2000

      182. 182.Disabled Persons (Badges for Motor Vehicles) (England) Regulations 2000(a)

      183. 183.Sea Fishing (Enforcement of Community Quota and Third Country Fishing Measures) Order 2000

      184. 184.Sea Fishing (Enforcement of Measures for the Recovery of the Stock of Cod) (Irish Sea) (Wales) Order 2000

      185. 185.Sea Fishing (Enforcement of Community Control Measures) (Wales) Order 2000

      186. 186.Sea Fishing (Enforcement of Community Satellite Monitoring Measures) (Wales) Order 2000

      187. 187.Sea Fishing (Enforcement of Community Conservation Measures) Order 2000

      188. 188.Sea Fishing (Enforcement of Community Quota and Third Country Fishing Measures) (Wales) Order 2000

      189. 189.Sea Fishing (North-East Atlantic Control Measures) Order 2000

      190. 190.Sea Fishing (Enforcement of Community Conservation Measures) (Wales) Order 2000

      191. 191.Local Probation Boards (Appointment) Regulations 2000

      192. 192.Curfew Order and Curfew Requirement (Responsible Officer) Order 2001)

      193. 193.Race Relations Act 1976 (Statutory Duties) Order 2001

      194. 194.Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Order 2001

      195. 195.Regulatory Reform (Special Occasions Licensing) Order 2001

      196. 196.In article 7(2), for “justices' chief executive” substitute “designated officer...

      197. 197.Goods Vehicles (Enforcement Powers) Regulations 2001

      198. 198.Magistrates' Courts (Detention and Forfeiture of Terrorist Cash) (No. 2) Rules 2001

      199. 199.Magistrates' Courts (Special Measures Directions) Rules 2002

      200. 200.Penalties for Disorderly Behaviour (Form of Penalty Notice) Regulations 2002

      201. 201.Magistrates' Courts (Anti-Social Behaviour Orders) Rules 2002

      202. 202.In rule 7(2), for “justices' chief executive” substitute “designated officer...

      203. 203.In rule 8(2), for “magistrates' courts committee” substitute “Lord Chancellor”....

      204. 204.Magistrates' Courts (Detention and Forfeiture of Cash) Rules 2002

      205. 205.In rules 4(9), 5 (in each place), 6(2), (3) and...

      206. 206.In rule 10(1), (5) and (6)(c), for “petty sessions area”...

      207. 207.Omit rule 12.

      208. 208.In Forms A and G in the Schedule, for “Justices'...

      209. 209.Crown Court (Confiscation, Restraint and Receivership) Rules 2003

      210. 210.In rule 26(6), for “justices' chief executive” substitute “designated officer”....

      211. 211.Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 (Jersey) Order 2003

      212. 212.Sea Fishing (Restriction on Days at Sea) (No. 2) Order 2003

      213. 213.Magistrates' Courts (Forfeiture of Political Donations) Rules 2003

      214. 214.In rule 2(1), for “justices' chief executive for the relevant...

      215. 215.In rule 3(1), for “petty sessions area” substitute “local justice...

      216. 216.In rules 3(2), 4(3) and (5) and 5(4), for “justices'...

      217. 217.In the Schedule, for “Justices' Chief Executive” (in each place)...

      218. 218.Advanced Television Services Regulations 2003

      219. 219.Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 (Guernsey) Order 2003

      220. 220.Family Proceedings Courts (Constitution) (Greater London) Rules 2003

      221. 221.In rule 2— (a) omit the definition of “Greater London...

      222. 222.In rule 4, for paragraphs (1) to (3) substitute the...

      223. 223.In rule 5(1)(a), for “acts for the Greater London area”...

      224. 224.Omit rule 9.

      225. 225.Crime and Disorder Strategies (Prescribed Descriptions) (England) Order 2004

      226. 226.Sea Fishing (Restriction on Days at Sea) Order 2004

      227. 227.Magistrates' Courts (Foreign Travel Orders) Rules 2004

      228. 228.Magistrates' Courts (Notification Orders) Rules 2004

      229. 229.Magistrates' Courts (Risk of Sexual Harm Orders) Rules 2004

      230. 230.Magistrates' Courts (Sexual Offences Prevention Orders) Rules 2004

      231. 231.Sea Fishing (Enforcement of Community Quota and Third Country Fishing Measures) (England) Order 2004

      232. 232.Discharge of Fines by Unpaid Work (Pilot Schemes) Order 2004

      233. 233.In the Schedule, for “Petty Sessions Areas” (in each place)...

      234. 234.Magistrates' Courts (Reports Relating to Adult Witnesses) Rules 2004

      235. 235.Sea Fishing (Enforcement of Community Satellite Monitoring Measures) Order 2004

      236. 236.Incidental Catches of Cetaceans in Fisheries (England) Order 2005

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