3 “Advisory Panel”
Free legislation on LexisWeb is as enacted and does not take into account any amendments
(1) For the purposes of this Act “Advisory Panel” means a panel for the time being designated by the Secretary of State for those purposes.
(2) The Secretary of State may designate a panel for the purposes of this Act only if the panel's functions consist of the consideration of claims which—
(a) are made in respect of objects, and
(b) relate to events occurring during the Nazi era.
(3) “Nazi era” means the period—
(a) beginning with 1 January 1933, and
(b) ending with 31 December 1945.
To be appointed
To be appointed: see s 4(3).
- Authoritative guides to the status of statutory provisions and their meaning from a range of titles from Butterworths, Halsbury's Statutes and TolleyView other related LexisLibrary annotations
- The current law in England and Wales, consolidated by the incorporation of amendments into existing legislation, by an expert team of editorsView Consolidated Version
- Indicates the date on which a section of an enactment was brought into force, powered by Halsbury's Is It In ForceView current status of this Act
- Cases related to this particular case that are related to, or discuss this caseView related cases
- Official explanatory notes that further explain the effects of the Act and summarise what the Act sets out to achieveView official explanatory notes
- Commentary discussing this particular case from LexisLibrary's comprehensive range of titles including Butterworths, Halsbury's and TolleyView all related commentary
- An authoritative guide to the status of statutory provisions and their meaning, including definitions, cross-references and information on commencement and amendmentView Halsbury Statutes Citator
- Subordinate legislation is made under the authority of a provision (or provisions) of an Act (or Acts) of ParliamentView all subordinate legislation