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Standing rules and regulations of the Legislative Assembly of Canada.
Canada (Province of, 1841-1866) Legislative Assembly.
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(2) If a member of the Legislative Assembly is elected and returned to the House of Commons of Canada or the Legislative Assembly of another province or territory or is appointed to the Senate of Canada, the member ’ s seat in the Legislative Assembly is, as a consequence of the election and return or appointment, immediately vacated.
c. Special commissioner. 1 (1) The Speaker of the Legislative Assembly is appointed, and subject to this Act continues to act as a special commissioner to investigate, inquire into and, if considered advisable, make recommendations to the Legislative Assembly respecting the usages, customs, practices and procedures of the Legislative Assembly, the rules, Standing Orders and the conduct of.
House Rules The Rules and Forms of Procedure of the House of Assembly govern the proceedings of the House of Assembly and its committees. The present Rules were adopted by the House of Assembly onand were last amended on Septem The Rules are published by the Office of the Legislative Counsel.
The mandate of the committee is spelled out in the Rules of the Senate and the Standing Orders of the House of Commons, as well as in the Statutory Instruments Act. 14 The committee has the power to review all new regulations and any regulation that is included in the Consolidated Regulations of Canada.
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conducted according to the following Standing Orders. Procedure in unprovided cases. 2 In all contingencies unprovided for, the question. The Standing Orders of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta are the written rules or protocols that govern the proceedings of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta and its committees.
The Standing Orders outline the procedures that guide the functioning of the Assembly, including meeting times, the order of business and rules of debate. 1st Session, 36th Parliament 46 Elizabeth II 45 p.: 28 cm.
Topics: Public administration - Ontario, Ontario - Legislative Assembly - Rules and practice, Referendum Ontario Legislative Standing. The site includes debates of the Legislative Assembly (Hansard) back to 1 st Session, 35 th Parliament (), bills back to 1 st Session, 35 th Parliament (), and general information about (including some reports from) select Standing and Special Committees.
T his edition is currently under is recommended that the reader refer to the Standing and Sessional Orders and the Short Guide to Procedures for current practice. Speaker's Foreword: Preface: Table of Contents: Part One Chapter 1 - Sources of Information.
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