Disestablishment Act, 2003
The Disestablishment Act, 2003 (20 (2003) Robt 6 SIN c87)[law], promulgated on 5 December 2003, formally disestablished the Reformed Church of Isselmere as the state religion of Isselmere Proper, Anguist, and Detmere, as well as the Church of Nieland as the state religion of Nieland. With the dissolution of the ties between Church and State, the Temple Council, which had advised the King on matters of faith, was no longer part of the Council of State and dissolved itself on 23 March 2004.
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