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The Court of Aldermen
Court of Aldermen
is an elected body forming part of the City of London Corporation. The Court of Aldermen
Court of Aldermen
is made up of the twenty five aldermen of the City of London, presided over by the Lord Mayor (who is one of the aldermen). The court was originally responsible for the entire administration of the City, but most of its responsibilities were subsumed by the Court of Common Council
Court of Common Council
in the fourteenth century. The Court of Aldermen
Court of Aldermen
meets nine times a year in the Aldermen's Court Room at Guildhall.[1] Some of the remaining duties of the Court include approving people for Freedom of the City and approving the formation of new livery companies,[2] appointing the Recorder of London
Recorder of London
and acting as the verderers of Epping Forest. Term of office[edit] Although it is customary for them to retire at age 70 there is no legal compulsion to do so. They must submit themselves for re-election every six years.[3][4] See also[edit]

Alderman Wards of the City of London
City of London
– the aldermanries

References[edit]

^ "How the City of London
City of London
works". Archived from the original on 5 April 2008. Retrieved 30 November 2017.  ^ http://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/Corporation/LGNL_Services/Council_and_democracy/Councillors_democracy_and_elections/appointment_process.htm#alderman[dead link] ^ "Report – Policy & Resources Committee
Committee
in consultation with the General Purposes Committee
Committee
of Aldermen, Bill for an Act of Common Council: Aldermanic Eligibility" (PDF). cityoflondon.gov.uk. The City of London. 25 April 2013.  ^ "The Court of Common Council
Court of Common Council
- London Metropolitan Archives, Information Leaflet Number 13" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 10 August 2014. Retrieved 30 November 2017. 

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