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Court Funds (Amendment) Rules 2007

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Amendments to the Court Funds Rules 1987

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4.  In rule 2(2)—

(a)replace the definition of “Appointed Officer” with—

“Appropriation” means where the whole or any part of money paid into court under a court order or in support of a defence of tender before claim—

(i)

prior to 6th April 2007, was treated as a CPR Part 36 payment in accordance with CPR Part 37 as it was in force immediately prior to that date; and

(j)

on or after 6th April 2007, is used to satisfy a Part 36 offer in accordance with CPR Part 37.3,

and the verb “appropriate” shall be construed accordingly.;;

(b)omit the definition of “Authorised Officer”;

(c)in the definition of “The Bank” omit the words “the Bank of England or”;

(d)omit the definition of “Court Funds Office”;

(e)omit the definition of “Duty”;

(f)before the definition of “Employment Appeal Tribunal” insert—

“Effective date of appropriation” means, in relation to funds appropriated prior to 6th April 2007, the date on which a notice of appropriation was received by the Accountant General;;

(g)omit the definition of “Fund or Fund in Court”; and

(h)after the definition of “Special Account” insert—

“Transitional funds” means money which, less than 21 days prior to 6th April 2007, in satisfaction of a claim—

(i)

had been paid into court in accordance with CPR Part 36; or

(j)

had been appropriated in accordance with CPR Part 37,

as those Parts were in force immediately prior to 6th April 2007;..

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