HC Deb 11 June 1958 vol 589 cc24-5W
Mr. J. Hynd

asked the Attorney-General what are the qualifications, duties, salary, and emoluments of the Admiralty Marshal.

The Attorney-General

The qualifications required for this appointment comprise a thorough knowledge of Admiralty practice and the ability to discharge the duties of Chief Clerk to the Admiralty Registry. The duties include the arrest, detention and release or sale of ships, subject to the orders of the Court, and the general management of the Registry's business. The salary scale is £1,325£1,580; there are no other emoluments.

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