A joint address1 to the Crown originates in a resolution, or series of resolutions, which may be made in either House of Parliament. When a motion for an address of this kind has been agreed to by one House, it is communicated to the other House by means of a message setting out the resolution or resolutions and desiring the concurrence of the other House to the presentation of a joint address. If the second House agrees to the proposal of the first House, it sends a message expressing its agreement and an order is then made by each
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