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Private And Provisional Order Confirmation Bills

Volume 11: debated on Wednesday 24 April 1912

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Ordered, That no Private Bill brought from the House of Commons shall be read a second time after Thursday the 4th day of July next:

That no Provisional Order Confirmation Bill originating in this House shall be read a first time after Tuesday the 7th day of May next:

That no Provisional Order Confirmation Bill brought from the House of Commons shall be read a second time after Thursday the 4th day of July next:

That when a Bill shall have passed this House with amendments these orders shall not apply to any new Bill sent up from the House of Commons which the Chairman of Committees shall report to the House is substantially the same as the Bill so amended:

That this House will not receive any petition for a Private Bill later than Tuesday the 7th day of May next, unless such Private Bill shall have been approved by the High Court of Justice; nor any petition for a Private Bill approved by the High Court of Justice after Thursday the 9th day of May next:

That this House will not receive any report from the Judges upon petitions presented to this House for Private Bills after Thursday the 9th day of May next.

Ordered, That the said Orders be printed and published, and affixed on the doors of this House and Westminster Hall. (No. 37.)