S.O.220 Bills - Clerk's certificate


220. A bill having passed the House, the Clerk shall certify, at the top of the first page “That this public [or private] bill originated in the Legislative Assembly, and, having this day passed, is now ready for presentation to the Council for its concurrence.”
Related Orders, Precedents and Rulings
552 Sessional OrderClerk's certificate (adopted 9 September 2014) That, during the current session, unless otherwise ordered, standing order 220 shall read as follows: 220. A bill having been read a third time, the Clerk shall certify, at the top of the first page "That this public [or private] bill, originated in the Legislative Assembly and, having this day passed, is now ready for presentation to the Legislative Council for its concurrence."
551 Sessional OrderClerk's certificate (adopted 4 April 2012) That, during the current session, unless otherwise ordered, standing order 220 shall read as follows: 220. A bill having been read a third time, the Clerk shall certify, at the top of the first page "That this public [or private] bill, originated in the Legislative Assembly and, having this day passed, is now ready for presentation to the Legislative Council for its concurrence."
S.O. 242 of 1994 (Repealed)242. A bill having been read a third time, the Clerk shall certify, at the top of the first page "That this public [or private] bill originated in the Legislative Assembly, and, having this day passed, is now ready for presentation to the Council for its concurrence."


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