Where a judge or a court has power1, or a justice of the peace is required2, to remand a person3, the judge, justice or court may remand that person either in custody4 or on bail5 (although a person aged under 18 may not be remanded in custody unless the provisions relating to the remand of mentally disordered persons6 apply7). Where a person is brought before the court after remand, the court may further remand the person8.
The judge, justice or court may not as a rule remand a person for a period exceeding eight clear days9, although that maximum may
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