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Hence, unlike matters of inheritance, royal succession laws do not deal with the relationship between natural persons; instead royal succession rules establish a relationship between an office and an office-holder.
In order to solve New York's housing crisis, Meister called for an end to both historic districts and rent-protected succession laws.
Mr Layton accused Lord Durham - known to friends as Ned - of wrongly "seeking to interfere with a foreign court's process" and applying for declarations in London in an attempt to oust the operation of the Italian succession laws.
The fact that it is a boy relieves the need to rush through new succession laws across the 16 Commonwealth realms, which would mean that a girl could no longer be overtaken by any future younger brothers.
If it is a girl, then new succession laws being brought in across the 16 Commonwealth realms would mean that it could no longer be overtaken by any future younger brothers.
They changed history when Commonwealth leaders agreed to alter British succession laws to ensure their baby would be next in line to the throne after William, regardless of its gender.
Confined to a miserly 2310-acre reserve following the Otakou Purchase, the people of Taieri found even their ownership of this land steadily eroded after 1868 as a result of legal titles awarded to individuals through the mechanism of the Native Land Court and succession laws which resulted in increasingly uneconomic land parcels with each passing generation.