Standing Orders Committee (Lords)
This index term is related to the following paragraphs within Erskine May:
General matters concerning select committees
Membership of select committees
"In order to secure a regular turnover of membership, a ‘rotation rule’ operates in the case of most committees, whereby Lords Members who have been appointed (or co-opted) for a given number of successive sessions (or parts of sessions) may not be rea..."
Paragraph 40.10, in Part 6, Chapter 40
Standing Orders Committee (House of Commons)
"The composition of the Standing Orders Committee is prescribed by Standing Order 103 (HC). It consists of the Chairman of Ways and Means, who is ex officio Chair of the committee, the Deputy Chairmen, and eight members nominated by the Selection Commi..."
Paragraph 43.9, in Part 7, Chapter 43
Standing Orders Committee (Standing Orders 84–89)
"The Standing Orders Committee, appointed at the beginning of every session, consists of the Senior Deputy Speaker, who is always Chairman, and such other Lords Members as are named by the House on the proposal of the Committee of Selection. Three Lords..."
Paragraph 46.6, in Part 7, Chapter 46
Petitions against private bills (Standing Orders 101–103)
"Opponents of a private bill may present petitions to Parliament objecting to all or part of the bill. Petitions stand referred to the select committee which will consider the bill after second reading (see para 46.11 ). The final date for presenting pe..."
Paragraph 46.10, in Part 7, Chapter 46
* denotes reference is in the footnotes for the paragraph.