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Sessional Orders

Sessional Orders

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Sessional orders are temporary rules adopted for the duration of a session. They may also be used to vary or suspend the operation of standing orders. Sessional orders do not require the approval of the Governor.
Sessional order - Conduct of business – variation to SO 37
Sessional order - Consideration of a document – variation to SO57
Sessional order - Cut off for Government bills 2017
Sessional order - Debate on committee reports
Sessional order - Debate on private members’ motions – SO 186
Sessional order - Expiry of private members’ business notices of motions
Sessional order - Formal motions – SO 44
Sessional order - Instruction to committee of the whole – variation to SO 180
Sessional order - Lapsed questions – SO 106
Sessional order - Motion for the adjournment
Sessional order - Participation by members of the House and others – SO 218
Sessional order - Passing of bill through all stages – variation to SO 154
Sessional order - Pecuniary interest – SO 210 (10)
Sessional order - Postponement of items in the order of precedence – SO 188
Sessional order - Precedence of business
Sessional order - Presentation of petitions – SO 68
Sessional order - Questions – time for questions without notice
Sessional order - Quorums – SO 29
Sessional order - Quorums – SO 30
Sessional order - Sitting days
Sessional order - Substituting an item in the order of precedence – SO 185
Sessional order - Suspension of standing and sessional orders – variation to SO 198
Sessional order - Tabling of reports and documents when House not sitting – SO 55
Sessional order - Time limits to debate on government bills
Sessional order - Votes of members with the care of a child - variation to SO 113
X - Expired Sessional Order - Cut-off date for government bills
X - Expired Sessional Order - Cut-off date for government bills
X - Expired Sessional Order - Cut-off date for government bills
X - Expired Sessional Order - Variation to sessional orders