Ecclesiastical Province in UK Law
Church of England (Miscellaneous Provisions) Measure 1983
......, the Parochial Church Councils (Powers) Measure 1956, the Ecclesiastical Judges and Legal Officers Measure 1976, and the Bishops (Retirement) ...S-6. Appointment of registrar of a province.6 Appointment of registrar of a province. (1) In section 3(3) of the ......
Faculty Jurisdiction Measure 1964
...... by the National Assembly of the Church of England to enable ecclesiastical courts to vest privately owned parts of churches in the persons in whom ... ‘court’ means the ecclesiastical court of any province or diocese; ‘judge’ means the judge of any such court; . ......
Court of Probate Act 1857
......S-III . Testamentary Jurisdiction of Ecclesiastical and other Courts abolished. III Testamentary Jurisdiction of ... all England the same Powers as the Prerogative Court within the Province of Canterbury. XXIII The Court to have throughout all England the same ......
Patronage (Benefices) Measure 1986
......vested in an ecclesiastical corporation shall not be transferred. to any body or person unless— . ...archbishop of the province in which the benefice is. or, where the benefice is in the diocese of the ......
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Books & Journal Articles
Book reviewed in this article: A Cmhrry of Pay by E. H. Phelps Brown with Margaret H. Browne Labor Theory by Richard Perlman Industrial Disputes: Essays in the Sociology of Industrial Relations by ......... REVIEWS 121 areas of analysis that are not normally the province of the labour econo- mist: growth models, monetary theory, the ... The Study of Ecclesiastical Adminhtration by Peter F. Rudge. Tavistock Publications in ......
Records management practices in the administration of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion)
Purpose: – The purpose of this study is to examine records management practices as factors influencing the administration of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion). Design/methodology/approach.........It has become thesecond-largest province in the Anglican Communion, as measured by baptizedmembership, after the ...TheAnglican Church is organized into 14 ecclesiastical provinces. It has rapidly increasedthe number of its dioceses and bishops ......
The Inheritance Act and The Family
...... adminis- trators under the supervision of the ecclesiastical courts. Holdsworth points out that these cou&, especially ose of the southern province, in which the legitim first disappeared, “had never at any ......
Reports of Committees
...... REPORTS OF ,COMMITTEES PROPOSED REFORM OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL COURTS MANY lawyers would appear to be of the opinion ... 63). Above this comes the court of the province, picturesquely called the Court of Arches in the case of ......
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