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Chidren of the Council

Post by Candor on Mon Jul 31, 2017 7:12 am


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Re: Chidren of the Council

Post by Candor on Mon Jul 31, 2017 7:28 am

Recall what I found in sec 66. 1988 LGFA

[
F10
(8A)In this section

“  
business
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includes

(a)any activity carried on by a body of persons, whether
corporate or unincorporated, and
(b)any activity carried on by a charity;


As for charity think public charitable trust (owned by private foreign situs beneficiaries), Would that be the Hospital where they delivered YOU.

So what does all of this mean ?

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Re: Chidren of the Council

Post by Waffle on Mon Jul 31, 2017 10:54 am

For your first post....

The area which a council covers is divided into one or more electoral divisions – known in district and parish councils as "wards", and in county councils as "electoral divisions". Each ward can return one or more members; multi-member wards are quite common. There is no requirement for the size of wards to be the same within a district, so one ward can return one member and another ward can return two. Metropolitan borough wards must return a multiple of three councillors, while until the Local Government Act 2003 multiple-member county electoral divisions were forbidden.

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Re: Chidren of the Council

Post by Waffle on Mon Jul 31, 2017 10:56 am

They are wards of the district or diocese as I believe parts of Surrey are under Roman Control.

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Re: Chidren of the Council

Post by Waffle on Mon Jul 31, 2017 11:06 am

Not necessarily the hospital as there are lots of charities that operate as businesses I.e for profit.

They take the property at the hospital in the ward where we were delivered, but it's the registration that is a grant of rights title and interests. It's like we are saying take my property and look after it for me, I can't manage my own affairs and you can have some benefits from it.

All the rest is delegated downhill from parents patriea down to  his and her children, the wards you have pointed out.

Why does a deed poll need to be registered at the Supreme Court of justice for it to be on public record, I'd say the councils even at parish level are still performing a discharge of functions for the courts

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Re: Chidren of the Council

Post by Lansdowne on Mon Jul 31, 2017 10:32 pm

Slough is in Berkshire, but it's a Unitary council as there is no Berkshire County Council. So there is no "parent" council and I think Waffle is right this time, the "children" in other words smaller units of Slough are the wards used to elect councillors. But also some parish council areas.
That website is using the words "parent" and "child" in the computing sense.

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