Government Owned Corporation Scrutiny Committee 2009/2010 Terms of Reference
Tabled paper 423
Tabled papers for 11th Assembly 2008 - 2012; Tabled papers; ParliamentNT
Tabled by Michael Gunner
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The objection must be taken at once and stated in writing; The Chair as soon as practicable advises the Speaker who makes a ruling on the matters; and (b) The Government Owned Corporations Scrutiny Committee may continue to meet but not further examine the matter then under consideration and which is the subject of the objection. (c) REPORT OF GOVERNMENT OWNED CORPORATIONS SCRUTINY COMMITTEE A report of the Government Owned Corporations Scrutiny Committee will be presented by the Chairman to the Committee-of-the-Whole Assembly and the report should contain any resolution or expression of opinion of the Committee. 35. When the Report of the Committee is presented it shall be taken into consideration forthwith, together with the Report of the Estimates Committee. 36. The following time limits shall apply to consideration of the reports of the Committees on the question: 37. "that the proposed expenditure be agreed to and that the resolutions or expressions of opinion as agreed to by the committees in relation to the proposed expenditure or outputs with reference to the Appropriation Bill 2009/2010, or the activities, performance, practices and financial management of the Power and Water Corporation with reference to its Statements of Corporate Intent for 2009/2010, be noted " Ministers, Leader of the Opposition and Shadow Ministers20 minutes; Any other Member10 minutes, The maximum period for consideration shall be 5 hours. 4
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