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Access to Justice Act 1999 (Destination of Appeals) Order 2000 This Order sets out the general rule that appeals from the county courts other than in family proceedings will lie to the Court rather than to the Court of Appeal, and sets out the exceptions. In force 2/5/00.
Care Quality Commission (Additional Functions) Regulations 2009 These Regulations give the Care Quality Commission functions, previously exercised by the MHAC, in relation to reviewing decisions to withhold items brought to high secure hospitals, internal post in high secure hospitals and decisions to record or monitor telephone calls in high secure hospitals.
Civil Legal Aid (Financial Resources and Payment for Services) Regulations 2013 Financial eligibility for Legal Aid. In force 1/4/13.
Civil Legal Aid (Remuneration) (Amendment) Regulations 2013 These regulations, among other things, amend the Civil Legal Aid (Remuneration) Regulations 2013 so as to reduce by 20% the maximum hourly rates payable to experts in civil cases. New rates include psychiatrists at £108 and psychologists at £93.60 per hour. In force 2/12/13 (i.e. it applies where the relevant legal aid form is signed and dated, or an emergency application is granted under delegated functions, on or after 2/12/13).
Civil Legal Aid (Remuneration) Regulations 2013 Payment rates for legal fees and independent experts. No change to MH legal fees. Some changes to independent expert maximum hourly rates, including: (a) psychiatrist is £135 in any area (previously £90 in London); (b) psychologist is £117 in any area (previously £90 in London). The previous rates continue to apply to cases started after 3/10/11 but before 1/4/13. In force 1/4/13. Note that these fees were subsequently reduced by the Civil Legal Aid (Remuneration) (Amendment) Regulations 2013/2877.
Civil Procedure (Amendment No. 3) Rules 2006 These Rules, among other things, revoke CCR Order 49 Rule 12 which related to nearest relative applications. See Civil Procedure (Amendment) Rules 2005 for details and links.
Civil Procedure (Amendment) Rules 2005 These Rules amend the Civil Procedure Rules by enabling a patient to be made a respondent to a s29 nearest relative displacement application. In force 4/4/05. The amended Rule (CCR Order 49 rule 12) was revoked on 6/4/07 but a similar position is retained in CPR PD8A para 18.3 which states: "(1) the nearest relative must be made a respondent, unless (a) the application is made on the grounds that the patient has no nearest relative or that it is not reasonably practicable to ascertain whether he has a nearest relative; or (b) the court orders otherwise; and (2) the court may order that any other person shall be made a respondent."
Civil Procedure Rules 1998 The Civil Procedure Rules are used by the civil courts in England and Wales.
Community Legal Service (Financial) (Amendment) Regulations 2009 These Regulations increase the financial eligibility limits for civil legal aid and ensure the non-means-tested provision of legal representation in certain ‘deprivation of liberty’ cases (s21A appeals). In force 1/4/09 (DOL funding) and 6/4/09 (uprating).
First-tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal (Chambers) Order 2008 This order, which came into force on 3/11/08, made under the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 organises and sets out the functions of the various new Tribunal chambers. Revoked by the First-tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal (Chambers) Order 2010.
First-tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal (Chambers) Order 2010 This repealed the First-tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal (Chambers) Order 2008 and was subsequently itself amended.
Mental Health (Northern Ireland) (Amendment) Order 2018 This Order amends Article 77 (power to discharge patients other than restricted patients) of the Mental Health (Northern Ireland) Order 1986. The pre-existing situation "could have [had] the effect that a patient who is detainable for assessment, in accordance with Article 4, is discharged before the assessment period is completed even if they meet the criteria for detention assessment (but not the criteria the Tribunal must use)" (para 6.7 of explanatory memorandum).
Qualifications for Appointment of Members to the First-tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal Order 2008 Qualification for appointment.

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