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Amendments and Notes, and to achieve greater clarity and simplicity.

The new Code of Laws was approved at an MCC Special General Meeting on 21st November.

1992 A second edition of the 1980 Code was produced, incorporating all the amendments which were approved during the intervening twelve years. Many queries on the Laws, which apply equally to women's cricket as to men's, are sent to MCC for decision every year. MCC, as the accepted Guardian of the Laws, which can only be changed by the vote of two-thirds of the Members at a Special General Meeting of the Club, has always been prepared to answer the queries and to give interpretations on certain conditions, which will be readily understood.

(a) In the case of league or competition cricket, the enquiry must come from the committee responsible for organising the league or competition. In other cases, enquiries should be initiated by a representative officer of a club, or of an umpires' association on behalf of his or her committee, or by a master or mistress in charge of school cricket.