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Tim Collins, don't bank on it.
They may decide that the judiciary needs updating with a root and branch reform below the high court. New grades, jobs and qualification. After all if you rebooted the county court registrar and didn't appoint DJs and CJs, but allowed each grade to deputise for the one above. And paid them with a seperate package - maybe with perks or pay guarantees not available to the old guard, then . . . .?
The point is that the registrars would cost less and do most.
And they've had plenty of time to plot it. Anyway an appeal won't cost much.
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