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Statutory Instrument 2003 No. 92

The Crown Office Fees Order 2003

(The document as of February, 2008. Arhiv.Online Library)

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STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS


2003 No. 92


CLERK OF THE CROWN IN CHANCERY


The Crown Office Fees Order 2003

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 Made14th January 2003 
 Coming into force17th February 2003 

The Lord Chancellor, in exercise of the power conferred upon him by section 9 of the Great Seal (Offices) Act 1874[1], and with the concurrence of the Treasury, makes the following Order: - 

    1.This Order may be cited as the Crown Office Fees Order 2003, and shall come into force on 17th February 2003.

    2.The fees set out in column 2 of the Schedule to this Order shall be taken in the office of the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery in respect of the matters described in column 1.

    3.The Crown Office Fees Order 1999[2] is revoked.


Irvine of Lairg,
C.

Dated 9th January 2003



We concur


Jim Fitzpatrick

Philip Woolas
Two of the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury

Dated 14th January 2003



SCHEDULE
Column 1Column 2
Letters Patent under the Great Seal for the grant of title of City1,435
Letters Patent under the Great Seal for the grant of title of Lord Mayor1,435
Letters Patent under the Great Seal for a Charter of Incorporation or Supplemental Charter (England and Wales)410
Letters Patent under the Great Seal for the appointment of Heralds180
Letters Patent under the Great Seal promulgating amendments to Canon law555
Letters Patent under the Great Seal for appointment as Queen's Counsel (England and Wales)165
Issue of certificate confirming appointment as Queen's Counsel30
Determination of an abeyance of a Barony130



EXPLANATORY NOTE

(This note is not part of the Order)


This Order revokes and replaces the Crown Office Fees Order 1999. The following fees taken in the office of the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery are increased:

    Letters Patent for the grant of title of City or of Lord Mayor, from 1,250 to 1,435

    Letters Patent for a Charter of Incorporation or Supplemental Charter, from 315 to 410

    Letters Patent for the appointment of Heralds, from 175 to 180

    Letters Patent for appointment as Queen's Counsel, from 150 to 165.

The fee for the determination of an abeyance of a Barony, for which a Writ of Summons is no longer required, is decreased from 150 to 130.

For the first time, fees are taken for the issue of Letters Patent promulgating amendments to Canon law, and for certificates confirming appointment as Queen's Counsel.


Notes:

[1]1874 c. 81. Section 9 was amended by section 1 of and the Schedule to the Statute Law Revision Act 1883 (c. 39), and by section 1(1) of and Schedule 1 to the Statute Law (Repeals) Act 1995 (c. 44).back

[2]S.I. 1999/692.back



ISBN0 11 044704 2


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