The Papal Jurisdiction Act 1560 (c.2) is an Act of the parliament of Scotland, which is still in force. It declares that the Pope has no jurisdiction in Scotland and prohibits any person from seeking any title or right to be exercised in Scotland granted under the authority of the Pope, on pain of proscription, banishment and disqualification from holding any public office or honour.

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  • The Papal Jurisdiction Act 1560 (c.2) is an Act of the parliament of Scotland, which is still in force. It declares that the Pope has no jurisdiction in Scotland and prohibits any person from seeking any title or right to be exercised in Scotland granted under the authority of the Pope, on pain of proscription, banishment and disqualification from holding any public office or honour. (en)
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  • The Papal Jurisdiction Act 1560 (c.2) is an Act of the parliament of Scotland, which is still in force. It declares that the Pope has no jurisdiction in Scotland and prohibits any person from seeking any title or right to be exercised in Scotland granted under the authority of the Pope, on pain of proscription, banishment and disqualification from holding any public office or honour. (en)
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  • Papal Jurisdiction Act 1560 (en)
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