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202. Delegation of certain administrative functions of the Chief Justice

(1) Where the Chief Justice expects to be absent at a time when it may be appropriate for any relevant functions of his to be exercised, he may appoint the Registrar or any judicial office holder to act as his deputy and to exercise those functions on his behalf.
(2) Where the Chief Justice considers that it would be inappropriate for him to exercise any such relevant functions in connection with a particular matter (because of a possible conflict of interests or for any other reason), he may appoint the Registrar or a judicial office holder to act as his deputy and to exercise those functions on his behalf.
(3) Any appointment under this section shall be in writing and shall specify —
(a) the functions which may be exercised by the deputy Chief Justice; and
(b) the period for which the appointment is to have effect.
(4) In this section "relevant functions" means any functions of the Chief Justice under these Regulations.