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An Act to enable the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council to sit in more than one Division at the same time.
[23rd December 1915]
(1)The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council may, subject to the approval of the Lord Chancellor F1..., sit in more than one division at the same time, and in such case anything which may be done to, by or before the Judicial Committee may be done to, by or before any such division of the Judicial Committee.
(2)The power of His Majesty in Council to make rules as to the practice and procedure before the Judicial Committee shall include the power to make orders for the constituting of divisions and the holding of divisional sittings of the Judicial Committee.
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This Act may be cited as the Judicial Committee Act 1915.
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