The Standing Orders of the House of Lords Relating to Public Business [2005]

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The Stationery Office, 2005. 5. 23. - 50페이지
This publication contains the Standing Orders of the House of Lords which set out information on the procedure and working of the House, under a range of headings including: Lords and the manner of their introduction; excepted hereditary peers; the Speaker; general observances; debates; arrangement of business; bills; divisions; committees; parliamentary papers; public petitions; privilege; making or suspending of Standing Orders.
 

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Standing Order No Page Arrangements when Her Majesty is present 1 Arrangements when Her Majesty present
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Lords and the manner of their introduction 2 Lords not to sit in Parliament before twentyone
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byelections
9
Register of hereditary peers
10
Doorkeepers not to stay within the House when sitting
11
The Lord Chancellor
12
Leave of absence
13
Speeches to be addressed to House
14
No clause to be annexed to a Bill of Aid or Supply foreign to the matter
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Votes counted in the House
21
Quorum for division on Bills and subordinate legislation
22
Committee of Selection
23
Sessional Committees
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Parliamentary Papers 70 Presentation of Command Papers
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Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments
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Public Petitions 75 Public Petitions
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Quarrels To prevent
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Consistency of amendments
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Business of which notice is not necessary
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Notices not to be placed on Order Paper more than one month ahead
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Amendments on Third Reading
19
Proceedings at opening and close of a Parliament or session 76 Proceedings upon opening the Parliament
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Claims of Peerage
30
Report of Committee for Privileges if improper arrangement entered into between coheirs
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