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The New York State Assembly. COMMON RULE ISection 1. Request for Fiscal Impact Notes. In this Common Regulation and 51 of the Law, the concept of "special district" means a region authorised to incur debts and collect duties or to demand the levying of duties or assessment on immovable properties.

Insufficiency and content of the fish impacts notations. Revenue endorsements shall be considered adequate for the purpose of this Common Rule if they are made in accordance with this Section. Extent of tax estimations. Insignificant effects. Any tax statement submitted by the sponsors of a draft law stating that the tax effects of the draft law are insignificant shall be considered compatible with this Common Provision.

Both the Temporary President of the Senate and the President of the Assembly shall each appoint a member of that officer's household who shall consider any bill in this household, regardless of his place of citizenship, to determine whether a tax endorsement is necessary under this common rule, and if such an endorsement is necessary, that member shall inform the Sponsor thereof.

Sponsors of such a bill shall record the tax implications on a special tax return sheet determined by the temporary president of the Senate and the president of the Assembly. This endorsement shall indicate the possible sources of sponsorship, but in the case of a law suggested by a Ministry of Foreign Affairs or an agency, this endorsement shall be drawn up and submitted by that Ministry or said Agency.

This nominee in each establishment shall then check each tax implications statement for the observance of the requirements of this Common Rule. An invoice that requires a tax declaration may not be notified to the home unless the corresponding declaration for the thus notified wording of the invoice is attached, unless this is provided for in section 4.

Where a change to a law has tax implications, the member who offers such a change must submit the tax notice requested by that change. In the event of such an alteration, the sponsor shall submit a tax implications statement prior to the definitive adoption of the revised draft law, except in the case of an exception under Section 4, Subpart F.

No tax assessment is necessary for a draft law: except for the requirements of 50 of the law; it is demanded of a district, municipality, commune, town in accordance with the requirements of the second subparagraph of the second subparagraph (b) of the second subparagraph of Art. IX of the Constitution; which grants a discretion to a policy division; presented in accordance with 24 of the Law on Public Finances;

which shall be referred to plenary by the Rules of Procedure Commission when it finds, in its sole judgment, that such an act is in the general interest; which shall accidentally adopt the legislature, if otherwise a memorandum on the tax consequences of this Common Rule and Section 51 of the Legislative Act would have been called for.

Any inaccuracies in the tax effect report may not influence, adversely affected or void this calculation if the estimations in the report are incorrect. These Common Rules of Procedure shall govern proposals for legislation and changes to be introduced at the ordinary sitting of the legislature and thereafter on a permanent basis. COMMON RULES SECTION 1.

Conference comittee. Together, the temporary President of the Senate and the President of the Assembly may call a Mixed Conference Commission to discuss and review substantially similar but not equal laws adopted by each House of the legislature. It shall be formed by the submission to the Secretary of the Senate and the Secretary of the Assembly of a common attestation from the Provisional President of the Senate and the President of the Assembly, and shall be composed of the same number of members of each House.

Except as otherwise provided in the deed, this commission shall consist of five members from each House nominated by the temporary President of the Senate, who shall nominate the members of the Senate and the President of the Assembly, who shall nominate the members of the Assembly; provided, however, that at least one member of each House's delegations represents the minorities in each House.

Each of the temporary President of the Senate and the President of the Assembly shall nominate a Co-Chairman of the Commission and such Co-Chairs shall call and suspend the sessions of the same. It shall submit a printed account which sets out the common recommendation of a large part of the delegations of each House with the Secretary of the Senate and the Secretary of the Assembly or other commissions or officials listed on the statement, and may contain a special accounting address which would follow the advice of the JCC.

Reports shall not be submitted to Parliament's parliamentary delegations to the committees without the consent of a large number of members. COMMON RULE II-SECTION 1. Plan of budgetary observation. According to Art. 54-a of the Act, the provisional President of the Senate and the President of the Assembly shall, within ten workingdays of the Governor's presentation of the Governor's draft annual accounts, publish a timetable for the examination and action to be taken in accordance with this draft in accordance with Ar. VII of the Constitution.

This timetable shall contain the deadlines for the measures to be taken by the legislator in accordance with 53 of the Act, the deadlines for the convocation of one or more mixed budgets meeting commissions, as provided for therein, and a date by which the committee(s) shall prepare one or more outcomes.

JCCB. This Joint Committee on Budgets shall be set up and implemented in accordance with Common Rules II and shall submit its final printed record in accordance with the timetable laid down in accordance with Section 1 of this Regulation. COMMON RULES IV-section 1. Common advisory board for the transfer of procedures of the state government.

A cross-party, common committee is convened by the temporary President of the Senate and the President of the Assembly to monitor the ongoing and forthcoming broadcasting of the New York State Government's procedures. The Executive Committee consists of eight members, three of whom are nominated by the temporary President of the Senate, three by the President of the Assembly and one member each by the minorities heads of each Assembly.

One Co-Chairman of the Bureau shall be appointed by the temporary President of the Senate and one by the President of the Assembly. Tasks of the JCC. It will consider the work it considers necessary for the production and drafting of a reporting to assess the effectiveness of the present programme planning and its extension to supplementary regulatory and other governance procedures and other related areas of government and education.

It contains special advice for the broadcasting or transmission of all sessions of the Legislation Commission on the web. It will be presented to the Provisional President of the Senate, the President of the Assembly, the minority leader of the Senate and the minority leader of the Assembly on or before 1 November 2009.

COMMON RULE VSection 1. Members of the Legislative who are currently in external service and who have not previously requested a letter of recommendation on such service within thirty working days of the Senate and the Assembly adopting this decision; Members of the Legislative who are new to the Commission with a view to retaining a previous external service within thirty working day of taking up their duties.

Serve. Any such opinion in writing shall be authoritative for the Legislative Ethics Committee and the Joint Ethics Committee in accordance with the terms of section i of section 7 of section 80 of the Act.

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