Votes and Proceedings (Commons) > messages from Lords entered in
This index term is related to the following paragraphs within Erskine May:
Communications between the Lords and the Commons
"A message is the most simple mode of communication. It is frequently used, for sending bills from one House to another, for the interchange of reports and other documents and for communicating about joint committees or private bills. Messages are carri..."
Paragraph 9.17, in Part 1, Chapter 9
Time for considering Lords amendments
Consideration of Lords amendments
"A Lords message is ordinarily received without communication being made to the House, and the message and the order appointing a day for the consideration of the amendments are entered in the Votes and Proceedings, the Member in charge of the bill info..."
Paragraph 30.6, in Part 4, Chapter 30
* denotes reference is in the footnotes for the paragraph.