Where a peerage claim is referred to a committee for peerage claims1, the committee resolves on the claim and reports to the House of Lords. If the committee is satisfied on a claim for the determination of an abeyance that any arrangement entered into between the petitioner and any co-heir is tainted with any impropriety, the committee must make no report to the House except that the arrangement is not shown to have been a proper one2. The House usually resolves in the terms of the committee's
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