HC Deb 21 November 1960 vol 630 cc82-3W
Mr. Corfield

asked the Attorney-General what rules relating to statutory tribunals have been made under the Tribunals and Inquiries Act, 1958.

The Attorney-General

The Tribunals and Inquiries Act, 1958, did not confer any power to make rules of procedure, but before a Minister, or the Lord President of the Court of Session in Scotland, makes or concurs in procedural rules for any of the tribunals mentioned in the First Schedule to that Act, or for any other tribunal added to the First Schedule by virtue of an Order made under Section 10 of the Act, he must consult the Council on Tribunals. This has been done in the case of the following rules:

  • The Patents (Amendment) Rules, 1959.
  • The Designs (Amendment) Rules, 1959.
  • The Trade Marks (Amendment) Rules, 1959.
  • The National Insurance (Industrial Injuries) (Determination of Claims and Questions) Amendment (No. 2) Regulations, 1959.
  • The Family Allowances (Determination of Claims and Questions) Regulations, 1959.
  • The National Insurance (Non-Participation—Appeals and References) Regulations, 1959.
  • The Lands Tribunal (Amendment) Rules, 1959.
  • The Performing Right Tribunal (Amendment) Rules, 1959.
  • The Pensions Appeal Tribunals (England and Wales) (Amendment) Rules, 1959.
  • The Pensions Appeal Tribunals (Scotland) (Amendment) Rules, 1959.
  • The Agricultural Holdings (Specification of Forms) (Scotland) Instrument, 1960.
  • The Mental Health Review Tribunal Rules, 1960.
  • The Goods Vehicles (Licences and Prohibitions) Regulations, 1960.
  • The Milk (Special Designation) Regulations, 1960.

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