A document which details the rules and regulations within which a statutory NHS organisation has to work within, to make sure that its decisions and actions are carried out openly and honestly.
Permanent rules governing the conduct of business in the House, e.g., the stages through which Bills proceed, conduct of debate, etc.
The rules of procedure which govern many aspects of the internal operation of the Parliament and its proceedings. The current set of standing orders is contained in a statutory instrument (SI 1999 no. 1095), but the Procedures Committee is required by Rule 17.1.1 to propose to the Parliament a draft set of standing orders before 6 May 2000
The printed rules, adopted by the House and approved by the Governor, which regulate procedure, debate and the conduct of Members in the Chamber.
The rules and regulations by which Assembly business and Committee business is governed including rules for debating and raising urgent issues.
The State Constitution Act provides that the Governor may endorse a set of standing orders or rules and procedures decided upon by each House for the conduct of its own formal business. These are managed by the Presiding Officers and Clerks.
Comprehensive rules of parliament that define procedure.
the permanent rules of procedure of the House of Representatives
The rules of procedure in the house.
Rules approved by the House to regulate its proceedings.
Procedural rules that govern the conduct of proceedings in the Senate and its committees.
The collection of permanent written rules adopted by the House for its proceedings.
These relate to meetings and are there to ensure free and equal debate. They lay out all the rules and technical information by which meetings are run, including the Annual General Meeting, Ordinary General Meetings, and meetings of Guild Council.
The permanent rules under which must be followed in Parliament.