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List of Statutory Instruments of the United Kingdom, 1951

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This is an incomplete list of Statutory Instruments of the United Kingdom in 1951. This listing is the complete, 30 items, "Partial dataset" as listed on www.legislation.gov.uk (as at March 2014).[1]

Statutory Instruments

1-999

  • The Merchant Shipping (Registration of Sierra Leone Government Ships) Order 1951 SI 1951/143
  • The Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) Order 1951 SI 1951/153
  • The National Assistance (Adaptation of Enactments) Regulations 1950 1951 SI 1951/174
  • The Superannuation (English Local Government and Isle of Man) Interchange Rules 1951 SI 1951/309
  • The Coal Industry (Superannuation Scheme) (Winding Up, No. 2) Regulations 1951 SI 1951/393
  • The Airways Corporations (Pilots Pensions) Regulations 1951 SI 1951/527
  • The Veterinary Surgeons (University Degrees) (Glasgow) Order of Council 1951 SI 1951/571
  • The Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) (No. 2) Order 1951 SI 1951/779
  • The Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) (No. 3) Order 1951 SI 1951/780
  • The Conveyance of Explosives Byelaws 1951 SI 1951/869
  • The Prevention of Damage by Pests (Application to Shipping) Order 1951 SI 1951/967
  • The National Insurance and Industrial Injuries (Reciprocal Multilateral Agreement) (France and the Netherlands) Order 1951 SI 1951/972

1000-2224

  • The Cupro-Nickel Coins (Carriers' Liability) Regulations 1951 SI 1951/1032
  • The Consular Conventions (Kingdom of Norway) Order in Council 1951 SI 1951/1165
  • The Administration of Children’s Homes Regulations 1951 SI 1951/1217
  • The Workmen's Compensation Rules 1951 SI 1951/1235
  • The Reserve and Auxiliary Forces (Protection of Civil Interests) Rules 1951 SI 1951/1401
  • The Reserve and Auxiliary Forces (Protection of Civil Interests) (Business Premises) Regulations 1951 SI 1951/1402
  • The Reserve and Auxiliary Forces (Protection of Industrial Assurance &c. Policies) Regulations 1951 SI 1951/1407
  • The Reserve and Auxiliary Forces (Protection of Friendly Society Life Policies) Regulations 1951 SI 1951/1408
  • The Tithe Fees Rules 1951 SI 1951/1534
  • The Corn Rent Annuities (Apportionment and Redemption) Rules 1951 SI 1951/1535
  • The Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) (No. 4) Order 1951 SI 1951/1625
  • The Trading with the Enemy (Custodian) no(No. 5) Order 1951 SI 1951/1626
  • The National Insurance and Industrial Injuries (Reciprocal Multilateral Agreement) (Belgium) Order 1951 SI 1951/1801
  • The Hill Farming Improvements (Settled Land and Trusts for Sale) Regulations 1951 SI 1951/1816
  • The Distribution of German Enemy Property (No. 2) Order 1951 SI 1951/1899
  • The Coal Industry (Superannuation Scheme) (Winding Up, No. 3) Regulations 1951 SI 1951/2010
  • The Superannuation (Local Government Staffs) (National Service) (Amendment) Rules 1951 SI 1951/2145
  • The Town and Country Planning (Construction and Improvement of Private Streets) Regulations 1951 SI 1951/2224

Unreferenced Listings

The following 3 items were previously listed on this article, however are unreferenced on the authorities site, included here for a "no loss" approach.

  • Luxembourg (Extradition) Order in Council 1951 SI 1951/1170
  • Hydrogen Cyanide (Fumigation of Buildings) Regulations 1951 SI 1951/1759
  • Hydrogen Cyanide (Fumigation of Ships) Regulations 1951 SI 1951/1760

References

  1. ^ http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/1951

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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