Royal Court appointment of Commissioner to review Jersey Lifeboat Association (FOI)
Royal Court appointment of Commissioner to review Jersey Lifeboat Association (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 01 March 2023.
Prepared internally, no external costs.
Jersey Lifeboat Association: ‘Ongoing suspension could needlessly cost lives’ - (Jersey Evening Post)
From the above report it appears that the the Royal Court was appointing a Commissioner to review the position of the Jersey Lifeboat Association.
Under the Royal Court (Jersey) Law 1948, Article 10 statesthat the power to appoint Commissioners is held by the Bailiff.
Who requested that a Commissioner be appointed or considered by the Bailiff?
Has the appointment actually happened?
If not, is the the appointment still intended?
If so, please provide a copy of the Instrument of Appointment and the Terms of Reference.
Will the conclusions of the Commissioner be publicly available?
A review of information has been undertaken and no record of a request for a Commissioner to be appointed is held.
An appointment has not taken place.
A request has not been received.
Not applicable. Please see responses above.
It is not possible to provide a response to this question as there is not an Instrument of Appointment or Terms of Reference.
Please note that the Bailiff’s Chambers is not a Scheduled Public Authority under the Freedom of Information (Jersey) Law 2011.