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Courts Reform (Scotland) Act 2014

Section 37 – Saving for existing powers to provide for judicial specialisation

66.Section 37 provides that, despite the provisions of sections 34 to 36, any other power which the Lord President already has to allocate business, including specialist business, among the judiciary of the sheriff courts is not affected by those sections.

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