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Courts board

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Courts board

Courts boards work with Her Majesty's Courts Service in the United Kingdom to improve administration of the courts.[1] Schedule 1 to the Courts Act 2003 made provision for the establishment of court boards.[1] There are currently 21 court boards.[2] The quangoes will be abolished under current plans by the British government as part of its 2010 economic and governmental reforms (2010 UK quango reforms).


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