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The Youth Courts (Constitution of Committees and Right to Preside) (Amendment) Rules 2007

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1.  These rules may be cited as the Youth Courts (Constitution of Committees and Right to Preside) (Amendment) Rules 2007 and shall come into force on 1st October 2007.

Amendments to the Youth Courts (Constitution of Committees and Right to Preside) Rules 2007

2.  The Youth Courts (Constitution of Committees and Right to Preside) Rules 2007(1) are amended in accordance with rule 3.

3.  In rule 7—

(1) for paragraph (1) substitute—

(1) In this rule, “previous chairman” means a youth justice who has held office as chairman of a youth panel established under these Rules.;

(2) in paragraph (4) omit “, or of an outgoing panel or combined outgoing panel,”; and

(3) after paragraph (4) insert—

(5) For the purposes of this rule no periods of office held as chairman or deputy chairman, as the case may be, of an outgoing panel or combined outgoing panel shall be taken into account in determining eligibility for re-election as chairman or deputy chairman..

Leveson LJ

Senior Presiding Judge

6th September 2007

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