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Debates on Consolidated Fund Bills [and] Ministerial statements

Debates on Consolidated Fund Bills [and] Ministerial statements

Second report from the Select Committee on Procedure, session 1971-72, together with part ... minutes of evidence and appendices

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Published by H.M.S.O .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Appropriations and expenditures,
  • Finance, Public,
  • Great Britain

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9275356M
    ISBN 100102217726
    ISBN 109780102217728
    OCLC/WorldCa1138116

    Financial provisions: whether any provisions of the Bill would have implications for expenditure from the Scottish Consolidated Fund, or would impose or increase any charge or payment payable into the Fund, thus requiring a financial resolution under Rule or .   In line with successive administrations, the details of Ministerial discussions are not normally disclosed. Gambling Duties raise around £3bn in revenue for the Exchequer per year. As is the case with taxes in general, the revenue raised goes into the consolidated fund.

    Money & Financial Bills Bill of Appropriation. A bill which empowers government to draw some amount from consolidated fund of India; Money Bill. Decision of speaker is final weather a bill is money bill or not. His decision can not be challenged in any court of law or any of the houses or by the President.   Consider the following statements: The Executive Power of the union of India is vested in the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister is the ex officio Chairman of the Civil Services Board. Which of the statements given above is/are correct? (a) 1 only (b) 2 only (c) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2. Executive power of the Union Vested in the President.

    (6) “Appropriation Bill”.—A Bill passed annually (or at various times of the year) providing for the withdrawal or appropriation from and out of the Consolidated Fund of India of moneys by Lok Sabha and moneys charged on the Consolidated Fund for the services of a financial year or a part thereof. Honourable members should note that the Bill preserves the roles of the Auditor-General and the Governor in the issue of moneys from the Consolidated Fund. Part 4 relates to the Trust Fund. The Bill preserves the present provisions of the Public Account Act and also provides for the investment of money held in trust accounts and for the.


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The object of this Bill is to authorise supplementary expenditure. fromthe Consolidated Fund of monies required for the services of. the Republic during the financial year ending on 31st December,in excess of monies appropriated for the services of the.

Republic by theAppropriationAct, The object of this Bill is to authorise expenditure from the Consolidated Fund of monies required for the Debates on Consolidated Fund Bills [and] Ministerial statements book of the Republic during the financial year ending on 31st December, not exceeding in the aggregate one hundred and six billion, seven million,six hundred and twelve thousand,two hundred and thirty six kwacha.

The object of this Bill is to authorise supplementary expenditure from the Consolidated Fund of monies required for the services of the Republic during the financial year ending on 31st December,in the excess of monies appropriated for the services of the Republic by the Appropriation Act, The object of this Bill is to authorise expenditure from the.

Consolidated Fund of monies required for the services of the. Republic during the financial year ending on 31st December,not exceeding in the aggregate eighty-six billion, eight hundred and. seven million, eight hundred and ninety-four thousand, seven hundred.

and twenty-seven. Consolidated Fund Bill. I have made a Statement under Section 19(1)(a) of the Human Rights Act that, in my view, the provisions of the Consolidated Fund Bill are compatible with the convention rights.

On 14 October I issued a written ministerial statement, Official Report, columns WS, announcing a review of aspects of. Consolidated Fund Bill. I have made a Statement under Section 19(1)(a) of the Human Rights Act that, in my view, the provisions of the Consolidated Fund Bill are compatible with the convention rights.

copy of the Correction to Commons Written Ministerial Statement. During the debate that followed the uprating Statement on Thursday.

Debates ; Written Answers Consolidated Fund Bill. I have made a statement under Section 19(1)(a) of the Human Rights Act that, in my view, the provisions of the Consolidated Fund Bill are compatible with the convention rights.

The Prime Minister's Statement of 25 July (Official Report, col. 83WS) announced a machinery of. The object of this Bill is to authorise supplementary expenditure.

fromthe Consolidated Fund ofmonies required for the services of. the Republic during the financial year ending on 31st December,in excess of the monies appropriated for the services of the. Republic by theAppropriationAct, This website is optimised for Chr 67, Saf 10, Internet Explo 10, Fire 60 and Microsoft E Last Updated 28/07/   House of Lords.

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) (No.2) Bill [HL] I have made a Statement under Section 19(1)(a) of the Human Rights Act that, in my view, the provisions of the Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) (No.2) Bill are compatible with the.

Payment into Development Fund or Consolidated Fund 5. Principal moneys, etc. charged on Consolidated Fund 6. Expenses 7. Terms and conditions 8. Authority to issue stock or bonds exceeding P50 million 9.

Register of stock and bonds Certificates of title Interest Redemption Bank to be sole agent   Citing Article 33(4) of the constitution and Standing Order 68(1), Asfia said a bill can be tabled for additional funding from the Consolidated Fund and can be decided without amendment or debate.

Source: Finance, Appropriation Bills to top Parly debates | The Herald Janu Nyemudzai Kakore:Herald Correspondent. Parliament resumed sitting yesterday with the Finance, Appropriation and the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (Number 1) Bills expected to top the agenda during the course of the session, Clerk of Parliament Mr Kennedy Chokuda said.

Proceedings on the Bill are formal - there is no debate and the Bill goes through 'on the nod'. Key areas. authorises provision sought in the Spring Supplementary Estimates for /10 and the Statement of Excesses for /09; authorises the release of money from the Consolidated Fund, which is the Government’s bank account.

The main examples are personal statements and ministerial statements. In a more technical sense, ‘statement’ has the same meaning for the purposes of the Standing Orders as it has in section 17(1) of the Defamation Actthat is, words, pictures, visual images, gestures or any other method of signifying meaning.

Normally on Consolidated Fund Bills we have a full day's debate, starting at about 4 o'clock in the afternoon, perhaps after statements, a few points of order and applications for Adjournment debates under Standing Order No.

9 by a few hon. Members with fish to fry. Then we get on to the Bill at around 4 o'clock, perhaps half-past four or 5 o. The pensions paid to former Prime Ministers and Speakers come from the Consolidated Fund.

In /16 a total of £, was paid to former political office holders or surviving dependents from the Consolidated Fund. Details of these pension payments are in the Consolidated Fund. Cabinet Office Consolidated Fund Standing Service The UK General Election took place on 8 Juneresulting in an increase in non-voted programme Resource Departmental Expenditure Limit of £, ing among other matters, for the making of loans from the Consolidated Fund to certain persons training to be teachers, or attending the University of Manitoba or one of its affiliated colleges or at an institute of higher learning approved by the Minister of Education, or training to be nurses.

As Honourable Members are aware the Consolidated Fund is the general operating fund of the Bermuda Government and is the Fund through which Government conducts the majority of its transactions.

The Consolidated Fund financial statements report the financial position, operations, change in net debt and cash flows resulting from the activities of.

The Public Finance Management Bill ofthe proposed legislation which will be debated for approval during next Monday’s sitting of the Senate, provides for the proper financial management and control of the money, property and other resources of the public sector including the Consolidated Fund, and other public funds under the.The Supply Act (Singapore) is a statute of the Parliament of Singapore that provides for the issue from the Consolidated Fund and the Development Fund of the sums necessary to meet the estimated expenditure for the financial year.

As an example, the law is designed specifically to make sure that the total moneys authorised between 1 April to 31 March to be issued from the."Consolidated fund" or "consolidated revenue fund" is a term used in many states with political systems derived from the Westminster system to describe the main bank account of the government.

General taxation is taxation paid into the consolidated fund for general spending, as opposed to hypothecated taxes earmarked for specific purposes.