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44.—(1) Where the Judge Advocate General has determined that preliminary proceedings are necessary, the court administration officer must appoint a time and place for further preliminary proceedings if so directed by—
(a)the judge advocate for any preliminary proceedings; or
(b)the Judge Advocate General.
(2) The judge advocate for any preliminary proceedings may give a direction under this rule—
(a)on the oral application of the Director or an appellant; or
(b)of his own motion.
(3) The Judge Advocate General may give a direction under this rule on the written application of the Director or an appellant.
(4) A written application for a direction under this rule—
(a)must be made to the court administration officer;
(b)must specify the reason for which further preliminary proceedings are required;
(c)must include an estimate of the likely length of the further preliminary proceedings; and
(d)subject to rule 45 (preliminary proceedings in chambers without notice), must be served on every other party to the proposed appeal proceedings.
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