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The Serious Crime Act 2007 (Appeals under Section 24) Order 2008

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1

    1. 1.Citation, commencement and extent

    2. 2.General interpretation

  3. PART 2

    1. 3.Interpretation of Parts 2, 3 and 4

    2. 4.Hearing of appeal and grounds for allowing an appeal

    3. 5.Powers of the Court of Appeal on appeal

    4. 6.Presence and live links

    5. 7.Evidence

    6. 8.Effect of appeal on serious crime prevention order

    7. 9.Powers of the Court of Appeal under Part 2 which are exercisable by a single judge

    8. 10.Powers of the Court of Appeal under Part 2 which are exercisable by the registrar

    9. 11.Procedural directions: powers of single judge and registrar

    10. 12.Appeals against procedural directions

  4. PART 3

    1. CHAPTER 1

      1. 13.Interpretation and transitional provision

    2. CHAPTER 2

      1. 14.Award of costs in favour of subject or party under section 24(2)

      2. 15.Award of costs against subject or party under section 24(2)

      3. 16.Unnecessary or improper acts and omissions

      4. 17.Wasted costs order

      5. 18.Third party costs order

      6. 19.Costs of attendance at any proceedings before the Court of Appeal

      7. 20.Costs of witnesses etc.

    3. CHAPTER 3

      1. 21.Person who is to determine costs

      2. 22.Claims for costs

      3. 23.Determination of costs

      4. 24.Payment of costs

      5. 25.Re-determination of costs by the registrar

      6. 26.Appeals to a costs judge

      7. 27.Appeals to the High Court

      8. 28.Time limits

    4. CHAPTER 4

      1. 29.Determination of a third party costs order

      2. 30.Procedure for third party costs orders

      3. 31.Recovery of sums due under a third party costs order

    5. CHAPTER 5 etc

      1. 32.Determination of rates or scales of allowances payable out of central funds

      2. 33.Witnesses other than professional or expert witnesses

      3. 34.Professional witnesses

      4. 35.Expert witnesses and interpreters

      5. 36.Night Allowances

      6. 37.Expenses of subject or party under section 24(2)

      7. 38.Travelling expenses

  5. PART 4

    1. 39.Application for leave to appeal

    2. 40.Hearing and disposal of appeal

    3. 41.Powers of Court of Appeal under Part 4 which are exercisable by a single judge

    4. 42.Award of costs in favour of subject or party under section 24(2)

    5. 43.Transitional provisions in relation to the Supreme Court

  6. PART 5

    1. 44.Interpretation of Parts 5 and 6

    2. 45.Hearing of appeal and grounds for allowing an appeal

    3. 46.Powers of the Court of Appeal on appeal

    4. 47.Initiating procedure

    5. 48.Preparation of case for hearing

    6. 49.Evidence

    7. 50.Effect of appeal on serious crime prevention order

    8. 51.Powers of Court of Appeal under Part 5 which are exercisable by a single judge

    9. 52.Powers of the Court of Appeal under Part 5 which are exercisable by the Master

    10. 53.Jurisdiction of the Court of Appeal under Parts 5 and 6

    11. 54.Legal Aid

    12. 55.Costs

  7. PART 6

    1. 56.Application for leave to appeal

    2. 57.Hearing and disposal of appeal

    3. 58.Powers of Court of Appeal under Part 6 which are exercisable by a single judge

    4. 59.Legal Aid

    5. 60.Costs

    6. 61.Taxation of costs

    7. 62.Transitional provisions in relation to the Supreme Court

  8. Signature

  9. Explanatory Note

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