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2010 No. 4

The Dioceses, Pastoral and Mission Measure 2007 (Appointed Day No. 4) Instrument 2010

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10th June 2010

The Archbishops of Canterbury and York, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 66(2) of the Dioceses, Pastoral and Mission Measure 2007 F1, make the following Instrument:

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1.  This Instrument may be cited as the Dioceses, Pastoral and Mission Measure 2007 (Appointed Day No. 4) Instrument 2010.

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2.  1st January 2011 is the day appointed for the coming into force of the following provisions of the Dioceses, Pastoral and Mission Measure 2007 —

(a)section 12;

(b) section 17;

(c)section 65 so far as it relates to the provisions of Schedule 7 specified in paragraph (d);

(d)Schedule 7 so far as it relates to subsections (1)(b) and (6) of section 18 of the Dioceses Measure 1978 F2 and subsections (5) and (7) of that section so far as they have not already been repealed.

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+ Rowan Cantuar

Archbishop of Canterbury

+ Sentamu Ebor

Archbishop of York

10th June 2010

Explanatory Note

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This Instrument brings into force, on 1st January 2011, those provisions of the Dioceses, Pastoral and Mission Measure 2007 that are not already in force.

NOTE AS TO EARLIER APPOINTED DAY INSTRUMENTS

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The following provisions of the Dioceses, Pastoral and Mission Measure 2007 have been brought into force by Appointed Day Instruments made before the date of this Instrument:

ProvisionDate of AppointmentChurch Instrument No.
Section 11st January 20082007 No. 3
Section 21st September 20082008 No. 1
Sections 3(1) to (4)1st February 20092008 No. 4
Sections 3(5) and (6)1st September 20082008 No. 1
Sections 4 to 51st September 20082008 No. 1
Sections 6(1) to (2), and (4) to (8)1st September 20082008 No. 1
Section 6(3)1st February 20092008 No. 4
Sections 7 to 111st September 20082008 No. 1
Sections 13 to 161st May 20082008 No. 1
Sections 18 to 211st September 20082008 No. 1
Section 221st May 20082008 No. 1
Sections 23 to 4611th June 20082007 No. 3
Sections 47 to 5031st March 20082007 No. 3
Section 511st January 20082007 No. 3
Section 521st February 20082007 No. 3
Sections 53 to 6011th June 20082007 No. 3
Section 611st February 20082007 No. 3
Sections 62(1) to (3)1st January 20082007 No. 3
Sections 62(4) and (6)11th June 20082007 No. 3
Section 62(5)1st February 20082007 No. 3
Section 63(1) partially1st January 20082007 No. 3
Sections 63(1) in so far as it was not already in force and sections 63(2) to (3)11th June 20082007 No. 3
Section 63(4)31st March 20082007 No. 3
Section 63(5)1st January 20082007 No. 3
Section 63(6)1st September 20082008 No. 1
Section 63(7)1st May 20082008 No. 1
Section 641st February 20082007 No. 3
Section 65 in so far as it related to the provisions of Schedule 7 to come into force on the same date1st February 20082007 No. 3
1st May 20082008 No. 1
11th June 20082007 No. 3
1st September 20082008 No. 1
Section 661st January 20082007 No. 3
Schedules 1 and 21st September 20082008 No. 3
Schedules 3 and 61st February 20082007 No. 3
Schedule 411th June 20082007 No. 3
Schedule 5, paragraph 7(b)1st January 20082007 No. 3
Schedule 5 in so far as it was not already in force11th June 20082007 No. 3
Schedule 7 partially1st January 20082007 No. 3
1st February 20082007 No. 3
1st May 20082008 No. 1
11th June 20082007 No. 3
1st September 20082008 No. 1

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