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APPENDIX


Jersey Order in Council 2/1884

 

RÈGLEMENTS PROVISOIRES.

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ORDRE DU CONSEIL         relativement aux pouvoirs des États de passer des Règlements Provisoires Triennaux, en date du

 

14 AVRIL 1884.

 

(Entériné le 6 mai 1884).

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AUX ÉTATS DE L’ILE DE JERSEY.

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L’An 1884, le 6 mai.

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LECTURE ayant été donnée d’un Acte de la Cour Royale en date du 30 avril 1884, référant aux États un Ordre de Sa Majesté en Conseil en date du 14 avril 1884, relativement aux pouvoirs des États de passer des Règlements Provisoires Triennaux ; les États ont ordonné que ledit Ordre sera enregistré dans le livre de leurs délibérations et publié au lieu ordinaire, à jour de Marché, afin qu’il tire son plein et entier effet selon sa teneur.

Duquel Ordre de Sa Majesté en Conseil, la teneur suit:  -


At the Court at Windsor.

 

The 14th day of April, 1884.

 

Present:

 

The Queen’s Most Excellent Majesty

 

Lord President      Lord Steward

 

Sir Henry Ponsonby.

WHEREAS there was this day read at the Board a Report from the Right Honourable the Lords of the Committee of Council for the affairs of Jersey and Guernsey dated the 3rd day of April, 1884, recommending Her Majesty to order as hereinafter is ordered.

NOW THEREFORE, Her Majesty having taken the said Report into consideration is pleased by and with the advice of the Privy Council to Order and it is hereby Ordered That such laws and ordinances as may be made provisionally, or in view of being afterwards assented to by Her Majesty in Council, and as may be passed by the whole Assembly of the States of the Island of Jersey which can be put or remain in force for no longer than three years may be from time to time re-enacted and renewed by the whole Assembly of the States of the said Island, for a period not exceeding three years: Provided always that such re-enactment and renewal shall be only of such provisional laws and ordinances as relate exclusively to subjects of a purely municipal and administrative nature: Provided further that such provisional laws and ordinances do not infringe upon the Royal Prerogative and are not repugnant to the permanent political or fundamental laws of the said Island.

And Her Majesty is further pleased to Order by and with the like advice that the said power of re-enactment and renewal shall be exercised in all respects in like manner, as the power of original enactment of provisional laws and ordinances may be exercised, and shall be subject to all limitations whatsoever to which the power of original enactment is subject.

And Her Majesty is further pleased to Order by and with the like advice that this Order may be revoked by Her Majesty, or her successors by and with the advice of the Privy Council.

And Her Majesty is further pleased to Order, by and with the like advice that this Order be entered upon the Register of the Island of Jersey, and observed accordingly ; and the Governor, or Commander-in-Chief, the Bailiff and Jurats, and all other Her Majesty’s Officers in the said Island for the time being, and all other persons whom it may concern are to take notice and govern themselves accordingly.

 

C.L. PEEL.

 


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