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Order in Council


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Order in Council

Jersey Order in Council 3/1835 (United Kingdom [gb]) Order in Council 3/1835

Anti-terrorist legislation: the UK Act and Order in Council

Order-in-Council, 22nd February 1952 (United Kingdom [gb])

Royal Order-in-Council of King George III: 28th March 1771 (United Kingdom [gb])

Royal Order-in-Council of Queen Victoria: 14th April 1884 (United Kingdom [gb])

Royal Order-in-Council of Queen Elizabeth II: 22nd February 1952 (United Kingdom [gb])

Establishment of the Parliament of Swaziland Order (King's Order-in-Council No. 23 of 1978): October 9, 1978 (Swaziland [sz]) Order No 23 of 1978

British Antarctic Territory Order in Council 1962, S.I. 1962/400 (United Kingdom [gb]) SI 1962/400

Antarctic Treaty Order in Council 1962, S.I. 1962/401 (United Kingdom [gb]) SI 1962/401

Suspension of the Sark Court and Institution of the Office of Seneschal by Order in Council 1675, by Charles II (United Kingdom [gb])

Order-in-Council Providing for the Government of the Ross Dependency (No. 974 of 1923): July 30, 1923 (New Zealand [nz]) No 974 of 1923

Legal Consequences for States of the Continued Presence of South Africa in Namibia (South West Africa) notwithstanding Security Council Resolution 276 (1970), Order, [1971] ICJ Rep 3, ICGJ 216 (ICJ 1971), 26th January 1971, International Court of Justice [ICJ]

Legal Consequences for States of the Continued Presence of South Africa in Namibia (South West Africa) notwithstanding Security Council Resolution 276 (1970), Order No 2, [1971] ICJ Rep 6, ICGJ 217 (ICJ 1971), 26th January 1971, International Court of Justice [ICJ]

Legal Consequences for States of the Continued Presence of South Africa in Namibia (South West Africa) notwithstanding Security Council Resolution 276 (1970), Order No 3, [1971] ICJ Rep 9, ICGJ 218 (ICJ 1971), 26th January 1971, International Court of Justice [ICJ]

Legal Consequences for States of the Continued Presence of South Africa in Namibia (South West Africa) notwithstanding Security Council Resolution 276 (1970), Order, [1971] ICJ Rep 12, ICGJ 219 (ICJ 1971), 29th January 1971, International Court of Justice [ICJ]

Forbes, Bernard Arthur William Patrick Hastings (1874 - 1948), HM Lieutenant, Co. Longford; a Deputy Speaker of the House of Lords; Director of the Bank of Ireland; Vice-Admiral of Connaught; Grand Cross of the Order of St Maurice and Lazarus of Italy; Grand Cross of the Order of the Star of Roumania; Grand Cross of Order of Charles III of Spain, and Companion of Spanish Order of Military Merit; Grand Cross of the Order of Isabel the Catholic of Spain; Grand Cross of the Order of Christ of Portugal, and of the North Star of Sweden; Grand Cross Order of Dannebrog; Grand Cross of the Order of Ethiopia; Commander of the Order of the Redeemer of Greece; Lieut-Colonel in the Reserve of Officers, Scots Guards; Member of the Council of State of Ireland

MORRISON, James Thomas Jackman (died 1933), Consulting Surgeon Queen’s Hospital, Birm; Emeritus Professor of Forensic Medicine and ex-Member of Council University of Birmingham; Examiner in Forensic Medicine, University of Glasgow; President, United Kingdom Police Surgeons’ Association; Lt-Col, RAMC (TF), retired; Order of White Eagle, and Order of St Sava, Serbia; Hon. Associate, Order of St John; Surgeon-in-Chief British Hospital Unit to Serbia, 1914–15; Past-President, Birmingham Branch British Medical Association

NORRIS, William Foxley (1859 - 1937), Dean of Westminster since 1925; Dean of the Most Hon. Order of the Bath since 1926; Hon. Chaplain to the Royal Academy; sub-Prelate of the Order of St John of Jerusalem; Fellow of King’s College, London; Member of Ecclesiastical Commission Board; Member of Advisory Council of Victoria and Albert Museum; Chairman Central Council for care of Churches; Chairman, House of Clergy in National Assembly to 1930; Chairman of the Governors of Westminster School; a Governor of Charterhouse

 

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Government orders of a legislative character made by the Crown and members of the Privy Council either under statutory powers conferred on Her Majesty in Council (see delegated legislation; statutory instrument) or in exercise of the royal prerogative. Compare Orders of Council.

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