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49.—(1) Subject to paragraphs (2) to (4), this Order, except for articles 29, 30 and 32 to 36, binds the Crown.
(2) Articles 27 and 31 only bind the Crown in so far as they apply in relation to premises owned by the Crown but not occupied by it.
(3) For the purposes of this article—
(a)the occupation of any premises by the Corporate Officer of the House of Lords for the purposes of that House, by the Corporate Officer of the House of Commons for the purpose of that House, or by those Corporate Officers acting jointly for the purposes of both Houses, is to be regarded as occupation by the Crown;
(b)any premises in which either or both of those Corporate Officers has or have an interest which is that of an owner are to be regarded as premises owned by the Crown; and
(c)in relation to premises specified in sub-paragraphs (a) and (b), the relevant Corporate Officer is the responsible person.
(4) Nothing in this Order authorises the entry of any premises occupied by the Crown.
(5) Nothing in this Order authorises proceedings to be brought against Her Majesty in her private capacity, and this paragraph shall be construed as if section 38(3) of the Crown Proceedings Act 1947(1) (interpretation of references in that Act to Her Majesty in her private capacity) were contained in this Order.
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