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14 Rules.U.K.

(1)A Rule Committee, constituted in manner laid down by the Schedule hereto, may make rules:—

(a)for regulating the practice of all courts in relation to applications for faculties and so that the power to make such rules shall extend to all matters of procedure and practice within the cognisance of the faculty jurisdiction of all courts;

(b)for regulating the manner in which the plans and specifications of any work for which a faculty is required shall be submitted to the advisory committee and the manner in which the report thereon of the advisory committee shall be submitted to the court;

(c)for regulating the procedure and practice where application is made for an archdeacon’s certificate under section twelve of this Measure; and

(d)otherwise for carrying this Measure into effect.

(2)Upon the coming into operation of rules made under the preceding sub-section all rules of procedure in relation to applications for faculties of any court which are inconsistent therewith shall cease to have effect and no practice which is inconsistent with those rules shall thereafter prevail in any court.

(3)Every rule made in pursuance of this section shall be laid before the [F1General Synod] and shall not come into operation unless it has been approved by the [F1General Synod].

(4)The M1Statutory Instruments Act 1946 shall apply to any rule approved by the [F1General Synod] under the last foregoing sub-section as if it were a statutory instrument and were made when so approved, and as if this Measure were an Act providing that any such rule should be subject to annulment in pursuance of a resolution of either House of Parliament.

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15 Interpretation.U.K.

In this Measure unless the context otherwise requires:—

  • advisory committee” means the advisory committee for the care of churches of a diocese appointed under section thirteen of this Measure;

  • bishop” means the bishop of the diocese concerned;

  • council” means the Central Council of Diocesan Advisory Committees for the Care of Churches, as constituted in accordance with the resolution of the Church Assembly passed on the 18th June, 1958, or any body subsequently constituted to exercise the functions of the Council as so constituted;

  • court” means the ecclesiastical court of any province or diocese;

  • judge” means the judge of any such court;

  • prescribed” means prescribed by rules made under section fourteen of this Measure.

16 Repeal. U.K.

The Faculty Jurisdiction Measure 1938, is hereby repealed, but anyrule made under the said Measure shall remain in force until replacedor otherwise revoked by the rules made under this Measure.

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C1The text of s. 16 is in the form in which it was originally enacted: it was not reproduced in Statutes in Force and does not reflect any amendments or repeals which may have been made prior to 1.2.1991.

17 Extent and Short Title.U.K.

(1)This Measure shall extend to the whole of the provinces of Canterbury and York, except the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.

(2)This Measure may be cited as the Faculty Jurisdiction Measure 1964.

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