HC Deb 01 March 1973 vol 851 cc1761-2

Sums payable out of moneys provided by Parliament

1. The sums required for the remuneration and allowances—

  1. (a) of deputy stipendiary magistrates appointed under the Act in areas of England 1762 or Wales outside the Inner London area and the City of London; or
  2. (b) of deputy district registrars of the High Court appointed under the Act and of deputy county court registrars so appointed.

2. The sums required for any pension, allowance or gratuity payable under the Act to or in respect of the president of the pension appeal tribunals established under the Pensions Appeal Tribunals Act 1943, or for compensation payable to him on his ceasing to hold office.

3. The sums required to defray expenses of the Lord Chancellor in providing courses of instruction for justices of the peace.

4. Any additional sums required for increasing widow's and children's pensions payable under or by virtue of the Administration of Justice (Pensions) Act 1950 out of moneys provided by Parliament.

5. The sums required to relieve defendants in criminal cases of the cost of the employment of an interpreter where an interpreter is required because of a defendant's lack of English.

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