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Third Amendment may refer to the:
- Third Amendment to the United States Constitution, part of the Bill of Rights, preventing the U.S. government from quartering soldiers in a civilian's home during peace time without the consent of the civilian, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law
- Third Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland, permitted the state to join the European Communities and provided that European law would take precedence over the constitution
- Third Amendment of the Constitution Bill, 1958 (Ireland), a failed amendment of the Irish constitution concerning the electoral system
- Third Amendment of the Constitution Bill, 1968 (Ireland), a failed amendment of the Irish constitution concerning apportionment
- Third Amendment of the Constitution of South Africa, which allowed the creation of municipalities that crossed provincial boundaries
- Constitution Alteration (State Debts) Act, 1928, the third amendment to the Constitution of Australia
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