S.O.138 Notices of Motions - giving more than one notice
138. Members (except Ministers) may not give more than one notice consecutively, except in the case of notices for disallowance of statutory rules.
|Related Orders, Precedents and Rulings|
|S.O. 147 of 1994 (Repealed)||147. Members (except Ministers) may not give more than one notice consecutively, except in the case of notices for disallowance of statutory rules.|
|1994 Precedent||1. Having already given one notice of motion, member indicated that he had a motion for another bill. The Speaker ruled that members were not permitted to give two consecutive notices of motions and he should wait until next week. PD 17/3/94, 941|
|1992 Precedent||1 . The second of two consecutive notices of motions given by member ruled out of order. VP 8/4/92, 212 2. His first notice of motion being held over pending a ruling by the Chair, member attempted to give a second notice of motion, which Speaker ruled out of order on the grounds that a member cannot give two notices of motion consecutively. PD 25/11/92, 9896|
|1991 Precedent||1. Member gave notice of private member's bill - "an Act to amend the Constitution Act 1902 and the Parliamentary Electorates and Elections Act 1912 with respect to electoral redistributions, the use of ticks and crosses on ballot papers, postal voting and the close of the roll and to make consequential amendments to the Election Funding Act 1981" - point of order taken that not in order for notice to encompass more than one subject matter and for a private member to purport to give notices for cognate bills. The Speaker allowed the notice to be given and stated that he would examine the text of the notice of motion and rule on it in due course. The Speaker did however note that no member, other than a Minister, may give more than one notice of motion consecutively but may seek the call later. PD 2/7/91,70|
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