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Consolidated Fund Act 1980

Consolidated Fund Act 1980

Elizabeth II. 1980. Chapter 14.

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Consolidated Fund.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKD5292
    The Physical Object
    PaginationSheet (1, (1)p.) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14922335M
    ISBN 100105414808
    OCLC/WorldCa16491407

    FOREIGN LOANS FOREIGN LOANS AN ACT TO MAKE PROVISION REGARDING FOREIGN LOANS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF SRI LANKA AND FOR THE GUARANTEE BY THE GOVERNMENT OF SRI LANKA OF FOREIGN LOANS TO PUBLIC CORPORATIONS AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISES. Act Nos, 29 of 1 of 23 of [13th April, ] Short title.. CHAPTER 8 FINANCE ESTABLISHMENT OF CONSOLIDATED FUND All revenues or other moneys raised or received by Trinidad and Tobago, not being revenues or other moneys payable under this Constitution or any other law into some other public fund established for a specific purpose shall, unless Parliament otherwise provides, be paid into and form one Consolidated Fund.

    “Special Fund” means a fund established by or under section 10; “statutory expenditure” means expenditure charged by any provision of this Act or of any other Act for the time being in force on the Consolidated Revenue Fund or other public funds of Belize. (2) References in this Act to a department include refer-ences to a Ministry. Act EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUND ACT An Act to provide for the law relating to a scheme of savings for employees’ retirement and the management of the savings for the retirement purposes and for matters incidental thereto. [1 June , P.U. (B) /] BE IT ENACTED by the Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan.

    In the Public Account Act was substantially amended to provide for the amalgamation of the former Consolidated Revenue and Loan funds into a single new account, the Consolidated Fund. At the same time, a trust fund, the Works and Services Account was established to cater for expenditure on capital works and services. Consolidated Fund. Estimates. Authority for Public Expenditure. Withdrawal of money from the Consolidated Fund. Withdrawal of money in advance of Appropriation Act. Contingencies Fund. Public Debt. Remuneration of Governor-General and certain other officers.


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Sri Lanka Consolidated Acts Central Cultural Fund Act (No. 57 of ) - Sect 9. Account and audit. (1)The Board shall cause proper books of accounts to be kept of the income and expenditure, and all other transactions of the Fund, (2) The Auditor-General shall audit the accounts of the Fund every year.

Establishing the fund. The Consolidated Revenue Fund of Canada is established by Section of the Constitution Act, The Act went on to stipulate several charges to be made to the fund, some of which were recurring charges, and continue to be withdrawn from the fund today, in accordance with the Act.

An Appropriation Act is an Act of Parliament passed by the United Kingdom Parliament which, like a Consolidated Fund Act, allows the Treasury to issue funds out of the Consolidated a Consolidated Fund Act, an Appropriation Act also "appropriates" the funds, that is allocates the funds issued out of the Consolidated Fund to individual government departments and Crown bodies.

THE AUROVILLE (EMERGENCY PROVISIONS) ACT, ACT NO. 59 OF [ 17th December, ] stores, instruments, machinery, automobiles and other vehicles, cash balances, funds, including reserve funds, investments and book debts of the Society All expenses incurred in connection with the Tribunal shall be defrayed out of the Consolidated.

approval of the amendments was signified by LN /, but no marginal reference is made to this Notice where any such amendment is made in the text. Note on section 37 of the Act Section 26 of Act No. 18 of provides as follows: “ Notwithstanding section 37 of the Exchequer and Audit Act, funds of NALIS not.

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6 A. Exercise of option 7. Conferment of pensionable status 8. Payment from the Consolidated Fund to the Board Payment of tax on income Dividends Membership of the Fund Contributions by employer in respect of employee Contributions by certain employers to whom Act No of applies Self- employed person to notify Board of his willingness to become a member of the Fund The Consolidated Fund Services of Great Britain and Ireland were merged by the Consolidated Fund Act into the single Consolidated Fund of the United Kingdom that exists to this day.

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Regulations 6. Computation of pension, etc. Exercise of option 7. Conferment of pensionable status 8. Officers deemed to be pensionable., An Act to make further and better provision for the control and management of public "Consolidated Fund" means the Fund established by section of the Constitution.

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(1) The financial year of the Authority shall be the calendar year. (2) The Authority shall cause proper books of accounts to be kept of the income and expenditure, assets and. “A public debt incurred by the national government is a charge on the consolidated fund, unless the CS determines by regulations approved by Parliament that all or part of the debt is a charge.

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Cash Monitoring (CM) Section. Foreign Service Act of Partial text of Public Law [H.R. ], 94 Stat.approved Octoas amended by Executive OrderFebru46. Slaughter of Animals (Scotland) Act 20 March Consolidated Fund Act 20 March National Health Service (Invalid Direction) Act 20 March New Hebrides Act 20 March National Heritage Act 31 March Betting, Gaming and Lotteries (Amendment) Act 31 March Highlands and Islands Air Services.

9. Issues from the Consolidated Fund. No part of the Consolidated Fund shall be issued except under and in accordance with the Constitution and this Act; and the Treasury shall control the issue of public monies to Ministries and departments of the Government. Advances from the Consolidated Fund.Consolidated Fund All revenues or other moneys raised or received for the purposes of the Government of Botswana (not being revenues or other moneys that are payable by or under any law into some other fund established for a specific purpose or that may by or under any law be retained by the department of Government that received them for the purposes of defraying the expenses of that.public funds authorized by or under any Act; or (b) for the purpose of re-investing such funds in other approved securities.

(4) The Minister shall keep books (which books shall be in the custody of the Accountant-General) showing all transactions under this Act.

(5) In this section—.