Chapter 27 - Standing Order No 178 - Objection to Chair's ruling
Standing Order No. 178
Objection to Chair's ruling
If objection is taken to a decision of the Chair of Committees, such objection must be stated at once in writing. If the committee decides, the Chair will then leave the Chair, and the House resume. When the matter has been laid before the President and disposed of, the committee will resume proceedings where they were interrupted.
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