Scotland > consolidated fund
This index term is related to the following paragraphs within Erskine May:
Destination of revenue
General rules of financial procedure of the Commons
Rule 1: Legislative authorisation and appropriation of charges
"Taxes are payable into the Consolidated Fund by virtue of the Exchequer and Audit Departments Act 1866, s 10, which originally provided that the gross sums collected by the Revenue Departments should be directed, after deduction of certain items such a..."
Paragraph 33.10*, in Part 5, Chapter 33
The Supply Estimates
"The expenditure totals which are subject to parliamentary control – the budget boundaries and the cash requirement for each Estimate – are expressed in net terms. Parliament gave up control over income limits as part of the Clear Line of Sight reforms ..."
Paragraph 34.11*, in Part 5, Chapter 34
The expenditure must be payable out of the Consolidated Fund or National Loans Fund
Matters requiring a Money resolution and Crown recommendation
"This criterion is expressly stipulated in Standing Order No 48, which defines a charge upon the public revenue as either ‘payable out of the Consolidated Fund or the National Loans Fund’ or ‘out of money to be provided by Parliament’. Particular questi..."
Paragraph 35.4, in Part 5, Chapter 35
* denotes reference is in the footnotes for the paragraph.