When Bills and Amendments Require the Royal Recommendation. - Canadian Parliamentary Review

When Bills and Amendments Require the Royal Recommendation.

By Canadian Parliamentary Review

  • Release Date - Published: 1997-12-22
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Canadian Parliamentary Review
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When Bills and Amendments Require the Royal Recommendation. Canadian Parliamentary Review read online review & book description:

John Mark Keyes is Senior Counsel with the Legislation Section of the Department of Justice. This is a revised version of a paper delivered to the Canadian Study of Parliament Group Meeting on June 12, 1997. The author gratefully acknowledges the contribution of his colleagues in the Legislation Section who helped with their comments and revision of the French text of this article, particularly Claude Bisaillon, Philippe Hallee, Louise Faille and Bernard Mechin. In general terms, the royal recommendation is required for any bill or amendment that envisages the spending of public money. The bill or amendment cannot be adopted by the House of Commons unless it has been recommended to the House by the Governor General. This paper is intended to provide guidance on whether bills, or amendments to them, require the royal recommendation. It is also intended to promote discussion of some of the murkier aspects of this subject.

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