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2. Anything which before 1st April 2005, is in the process of being done by, to or in relation to a justices' chief executive, in the exercise of, or in connection with his statutory functions and powers as a justices' chief executive may continue to be done by, to or in relation to a designated officer for a justice of the peace, magistrates' court or local justice area, as the case may be, including any legal proceedings being taken by or against a justices' chief executive.
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