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1. An official responsible for compiling and keeping a register, e.g. the Registrar of Companies. The office of Registrar of the Chancery Division of the High Court has now been abolished.
2. In the county courts, a judicial officer appointed by the Lord Chancellor from solicitors of not less than seven years’ standing. The registrar supervises the interlocutory and post-judgment stages of the case, but can also try cases within a financial limit defined by statute.
3. In the *Court of Appeal, the officer (Registrar of Civil Appeals) responsible for superintending the prehearing stages of appeals in the Civil Division of the court.

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