Except in the case of a fine imposed on appeal from a magistrates' court1, if the Crown Court imposes a fine on any person or forfeits his recognisance2, the court may make an order:
(1) allowing time for payment of the amount of the fine or the amount due under the recognisance3;
(2) directing payment of that amount by instalments of such amounts and on such dates respectively as may be specified in the order4;
(3) in the case of a recognisance, discharging the recognisance or reducing the amount due thereunder5.
If the Crown Court imposes a fine on any
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