UK House of Commons

Life of a Standing Order

Date Change Text
14 August 1896 Made

That if during the existence of a Parliament Papers are commanded to be presented to this House by Her Majesty at any time, the delivery of such Papers to the Librarian of the House of Commons shall be deemed to be for all purposes the presentation of them to this House.

01 December 1902 Amended

If, during the existence of a parliament, papers are commanded to be presented to this house by His Majesty at any time, the delivery of such papers to the librarian of the House of Commons shall be deemed to be for all purposes the presentation of them to this house.

14 November 1933 Amended

If, during the existence of a parliament, papers are commanded to be presented to this House by His Majesty at any time, the delivery of such papers to the librarian of the House of Commons shall be deemed to be for all purposes the presentation of them to this House.

04 November 1947 Amended

If, during the existence of a parliament, papers are commanded to be presented to this House by His Majesty at any time, the delivery of such papers to the Votes and Proceedings Office shall be deemed to be for all purposes the presentation of them to this House.

28 July 1948 Amended

If, during the existence of a parliament, papers are commanded by His Majesty to be presented to this House at any time, the delivery of such papers to the Votes and Proceedings Office shall be deemed to be for all purposes the presentation of them to this House.

06 December 1951 Amended

If, during the existence of a Parliament, papers are commanded by His Majesty to be presented to this House at any time, the delivery of such papers to the Votes and Proceedings Office shall be deemed to be for all purposes the presentation of them to this House.

03 November 1954 Amended

If, during the existence of a Parliament, papers are commanded by Her Majesty to be presented to this House at any time, the delivery of such papers to the Votes and Proceedings Office shall be deemed to be for all purposes the presentation of them to this House.