Peerage: Duke, Earl, Baron, Marquess, Courtesy Titles in the United Kingdom, Abeyance, Viscount, Elections to the House of L by Source Wikipedia

ISBN: 9781157560784

Published: August 31st 2011

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Peerage: Duke, Earl, Baron, Marquess, Courtesy Titles in the United Kingdom, Abeyance, Viscount,  by  Elections to the House of L by Source Wikipedia

Peerage: Duke, Earl, Baron, Marquess, Courtesy Titles in the United Kingdom, Abeyance, Viscount, by Elections to the House of L by Source Wikipedia
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 81. Chapters: Duke, Earl, Baron, Marquess, Courtesy titles in the United Kingdom, Abeyance, Viscount, By electionsMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 81. Chapters: Duke, Earl, Baron, Marquess, Courtesy titles in the United Kingdom, Abeyance, Viscount, By elections to the House of Lords, List of bishops in the Church of England, Royal Warrant of Precedence, Privilege of peerage, Peerage law, Hereditary peer, House of Lords Act 1999, History of the Peerage, Writ of acceleration, Welsh peers, Representative peer, List of peerages created for women, Life peer, List of courtesy titles in the Peerages of the British Isles, Peerage of France, Australian peers, Burkes Peerage, Lords Spiritual, Dukes in Italy, Germany and Austria, Royal Dukedoms in the United Kingdom, Debretts, Roll of the Peerage, Kerr, List of eldest sons of earls in the peerages of the British Isles, Equivalents of Duke outside Europe, The Complete Peerage, Earl Granville, Baronage, Dukes in the United Kingdom, Fount of honour, List of Dukes of Joyeuse, Territorial designation, Burkes Landed Gentry, Dukes in France, Lord of Parliament, Earl of Ellesmere, Redorer son blason, Pairie, List of American heiresses, Peer of the realm, Cracrofts Peerage.

Excerpt: Following passing of the House of Lords Act 1999 the number of hereditary peers entitled to sit in the House of Lords was reduced to ninety-two. The first ninety-two were elected by all hereditary peers before the passing of the reform.

Since November 2002 by-elections have been held to fill vacancies left by deaths of those peers. Before the passing of the Act the Lords approved a Standing Order stating that the remaining hereditary peers shall consist of: Elections must be held within three months of the death of a sitting hereditary peer and take place under the Alternative Vote system.

All those on the Register of Hereditary Peers are eligible to stand. By-election results in reverse chronological order. After the death of the Lord Ampthill: After the death...



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