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List of Statutory Instruments of the United Kingdom, 1970

UK legislation
Acts of Parliament by states preceding the United Kingdom
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This is an incomplete list of Statutory Instruments of the United Kingdom in 1970.

  • The Building (Fifth Amendment) Regulations 1970 S.I. 1970/109
  • Extradition (Genocide) Order 1970 S.I. 1970/147
  • Fugitive Offenders (Genocide) Order 1970 S.I. 1970/148
  • Merchant Shipping (Certificates of Competency as A.B.) Regulations 1970 S.I. 1970/294
  • Abrasive Wheels Regulations 1970 S.I. 1970/535
  • Diplomatic Privileges (Cititzens of the United Kingdom and Colonies) (Amendment) Order 1970 S.I. 1970/635
  • Superannuation (Judicial Offices) Rules 1970 S.I. 1970/1021
  • The Building (Sixth Amendment) Regulations 1970 S.I. 1971/1335
  • Anchors and Chain Cables Rules 1970 S.I. 1970/1453
  • Foreign Marriage Order 1970 S.I. 1970/1539
  • The Parliamentary Constituencies (Scotland) Order 1970 S.I. 1970/1680
  • Weights and Measures (Local Standards: Limits of Error) Regulations 1970 S.I. 1970/1710
  • Working Standards and Testing Equipment Testing and Adjustment) Regulations 1970 S.I. 1970/1714
  • Children and Young Persons Act 1969 (Transitional Modifications of Part I) Order 1970 S.I. 1970/1882
  • Eurocontrol (Immunities and Privileges) Order 1970 S.I. 1970/1940
  • Legal Aid in Criminal Proceedings (General) (Amendment) Regulations 1970 S.I. 1970/1980
  • UK Statutory Instrument 1970 No. 94


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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