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List of Statutory Instruments of the United Kingdom, 1967

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This is an incomplete list of Statutory Instruments of the United Kingdom in 1967.

  • Teachers (Colleges of Education) (Scotland) Regulations 1967 S.I. 1967/29
  • Sheffield Order 1967 S.I. 1967/104
  • Diplomatic Privileges (Citizens of the United Kingdom and Colonies) (Amendment) Order 1967 S.I. 1967/474
  • Carriage by Air (Convention) Order 1967 S.I. 1967/479 C.8
  • Carriage by Air Acts (Application of Provisions) Order 1967 S.I. 1967/480
  • Commonwealth Countries and Republic of Ireland (Immunities) Orders 1967 (Nos. 815 and 1902)[1]
  • Carcinogenic Substances Regulations 1967 S.I. 1967/879
  • Industrial Training (Rubber and Plastics Processing Board) Order 1967 S.I. 1967/1062
  • Coal and Other Mines (Electricity) (Amendment) Regulations 1967 S.I. 1967/1083
  • Teachers (Education, Training and Registration) (Scotland) Regulations 1967 S.I. 1967/1162
  • Industrial and Provident Societies Regulations 1967 S.I. 1967/1310
  • Aberllefeni Mine (Storage Battery Locomotives) Special Regulations 1967 S.I. 1967/1395
  • Braich Goch Mine (Storage Battery Locomotives) Special Regulations 1967 S.I. 1967/1396
  • Ammonium Nitrate Mixtures Exemption Order 1967 S.I. 1967/1485
  • Carcinogenic Substances (Prohibition of Importation) Order 1967 S.I. 1967/1675

References

  1. ^ This is what Clerk and Lindsell on Torts calls them


External links

  • Legislation.gov.uk delivered by the UK National Archive
  • UK SI's on legislation.gov.uk
  • UK Draft SI's on legislation.gov.uk

See also

List of Statutory Instruments of the United Kingdom

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