My attention has been drawn to this link on our local Anglican Life website.
There you can read about the decision of the Judicial Committee of our church re an application made to it in respect of a clause of Motion 30.
There are also links to key PDFs, a submission by the Vice Chancellor of our Diocese, Jeremy Johnson, and the decision and reasoning of the Judicial Committee.
We can sorta say that the decision was to not make a decision!
While I have neither time nor expertise to go into the details of the legal arguments, I do think - standing back from these arguments and looking at the big picture of the status of Motion 30 in the life of the church - that the Judicial Committee is correct, at least in this sense,
- that the General Synod has power to make resolutions which do not purport to change doctrine illegally,
- that Motion 30 is one such resolution because its acceptance of 'recognition' is not purporting to change doctrine.