Petition of Rights - History

Petition of Rights - History


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In 1628 the English Parliament passed the Petition of Rights. Under its terms the King could not levy any new taxes without the consent of Parliament. Furthermore soldiers could not be billeted in private homes. Martial law could not be imposed in time of peace. Finally, the petition of Rights forbid the imprisonment of individuals without cause.

Watch the video: 7th June 1628: Petition of Right ratified by King Charles I


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