33 Saving for privileges of city of London and approval of election of sheriffs of London.E+W
(1)Nothing in this Act shall affect the privilege of the mayor, commonalty, and citizens of the city of London to elect the F1. . . sheriffs of London.
(2)Unless otherwise directed by order of Her Majesty in Council, warrants signifying the approval by Her Majesty of the election of the F1. . . sheriffs of London shall be prepared under the seal of the Chancellor of the Exchequer at the central office of the Supreme Court, which warrants may be delivered to the said sheriffs or their duly authorised agents without fee on the thirtieth day of September or between that day and the twelfth day of November in every year, and an entry of the grant of such warrants shall be made on the roll of the court, and unless such warrant be stayed by order of Her Majesty in Council on or before the said thirtieth day of September, the election of such F1. . . sheriffs shall be deemed to be approved by Her Majesty.
(3)All warrants and documents relating to the said F1. . . sheriffs which heretofore have been filed and recorded in the central office of the Supreme Court shall continue to be so filed and recorded.
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