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Supreme Court Civil Procedure Act 1932 (No. 58 of 1932)
|Requested: 19 May 2013|
|Consolidated as at: 21 Feb 2012|
203. Rules of Court to be recommended or approved of by Rule Committee
(1) No Rule of Court relating to or affecting the procedure or practice of the Court in any part of the jurisdiction of the Court which is subject to this Act shall be made by the judges of the Supreme Court or a majority of them either under this Act or any other statute relating to any part of the jurisdiction of the Court which is subject to this Act, unless such rule has been recommended or approved by the Rule Committee or a majority of all the members of such Committee.
(2) Any statement contained in any Rule or Rules of Court made under this Act, or in any order or notice or other instrument relating to any such rule or rules made or issued, or published by or under the authority of, the judges of the Supreme Court or a majority of them, that such rule or rules has or have been recommended or approved, as the case may be, by the Rule Committee or a majority of such Committee, shall be conclusive evidence of the fact that such rule or rules was or were so recommended or approved, as the case may be, and that all the requirements of this Act with respect to the making of such rule or rules have been duly and regularly observed and complied with.