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Gwynedd And Clwyd (County Court Judges)

Volume 29: debated on Thursday 28 October 1982

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asked the Attorney-General if the Lord Chancellor will appoint two county court judges for North Wales, with one territorially allocated to the county of Gwynedd and the other to the county of Clwyd.

There is not sufficient work to justify the allocation of one circuit judge to the county courts in Gwynedd and one to the county courts in Clwyd. Any particular shortage in either of these two areas, as elsewhere, is met by the flexible use of recorders and assistant recorders.