A peer is not entitled to sit in the House of Lords if he is under the age of 211, and he is disqualified from receiving a writ of summons and for sitting and voting in the House if he is an alien2, or is subject to a bankruptcy restrictions order or a debt relief restrictions order3, or if he has been convicted of treason until he has been pardoned or has suffered the allotted or any substituted punishment
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