etc. on the Table
||182. (1) Every regulation, rule, bye-law, order,
notification framed in pursuance of the Constitution or
of the Legislative functions delegated by the Assembly
to a subordinate authority shall be laid before the House.
||(2) The period specified in the Constitution or the
relevant Act for which such regulation, rule, bye-law or
notification is required to be laid may comprise in one
Session or in two successive Sessions of the House.
||(3) If, before the expiry of the Session in which it is so
laid or the Session immediately following in the
Assembly agrees in making any modification in the
regulation, rule, bye-law, order or notification or the
Assembly agrees that it shall not be made, the regulation,
rule, bye-law, order or notification shall thereafter have
effect only in such modified form or be of no effect, as
the case may be:
||Provided that any such modification or annulment
shall be without prejudice to the validity of anything
previously done under that rule.
|Allotment of time
for discussion of
||183. The Speaker shall, in consultation with the Leader
of the House, fix a day or days or part of a day as he/she
may think fit for the consideration and passing of an
amendment to such regulation, rule, sub-rule, bye-law,
etc., of which notice may be given by a member:
||Provided that notice of the amendment shall be in
such form as the Speaker may consider appropriate and
shall comply with these rules.
etc. as amended
to be laid on
||184. If a regulation, rule, sub-rule, bye-law, etc., is
modified in accordance with the amendment passed by
the Assembly, the amended regulation, rule, sub-rule,
bye-law etc. , shall be laid on the Table.
For rules relating to Committee on Subordinate
Legislation, see chapter XXV of this Rules.