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42Application of Measure in special casesE

(1)In the application of this Measure to the following—

  • Cathedral clergy

  • Chaplains of prisons, hospitals, universities, schools and institutions in an extra-parochial place

  • Chaplains of the armed forces of the Crown

  • Ministers who have a licence from the archbishop of a province to preach throughout the province

  • Ministers who have a licence from the University of Oxford or Cambridge to preach throughout England

it shall be read with the following adaptations.

(2)In the case of a clerk in Holy Orders serving in a cathedral church, disciplinary proceedings may be instituted only by—

(a)a person nominated by the council of the cathedral church; or

(b)any other person, if the diocesan bishop concerned determines that that person has a proper interest in making the complaint.

(3)In the case of a chaplain of a prison, hospital, university, school or other institution, disciplinary proceedings may be instituted only by a person duly authorised by the diocesan bishop concerned to institute such proceedings.

(4)In the case of a chaplain of one of the armed forces of the Crown—

(a)disciplinary proceedings may be instituted only if the archbishop of Canterbury determines that the person concerned has a proper interest in making the complaint;

(b)the complaint shall be laid before the archbishop of Canterbury and references to the diocesan bishop concerned shall be construed as references to that archbishop.

(5)In the case of a minister who has a licence from the archbishop of a province—

(a)disciplinary proceedings may be instituted only by a person duly authorised by the archbishop to institute such proceedings;

(b)the complaint shall be laid before that archbishop and references to the diocesan bishop concerned shall be construed accordingly.

(6)In the case of a minister who has a licence from the University of Oxford or Cambridge—

(a)disciplinary proceedings may be instituted only by a person duly authorised by the archbishop of Canterbury to institute such proceedings;

(b)the complaint shall be laid before that archbishop and references to the diocesan bishop concerned shall be construed accordingly.

Commencement Information

I1S. 42 in force at 1.1.2006 by S.I. 2005/6, Instrument made by Archbishops

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