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46.—(1) The Supreme Court may sit in Pitcairn or, in such circumstances as may be prescribed by Ordinance, outside Pitcairn.
(2) The Chief Justice when outside Pitcairn may exercise such powers of revision, variation, confirmation or setting aside of any sentence or order made by a subordinate court as are conferred on him or her by any law.
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