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Courts Reform (Scotland) Act 2014

Schedule 2 – Appeal Sheriffs: temporary provision

271.Schedule 2 is introduced by section 53. It makes temporary provision for the Lord President of the Court of Session to appoint Senators of the College of Justice to act as Appeal Sheriffs in the Sheriff Appeal Court. The intention is that Senators will be able to assist the sheriffs principal acting as Appeal Sheriffs in the new court with appellate work. This appointment of Senators to act as Appeal Sheriffs will only be possible for a period of three years from the commencement of the provisions establishing the Sheriff Appeal Court.

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