Tax Law Rewrite bills, Joint Committee on
This index term is related to the following paragraphs within Erskine May:
General matters concerning select committees
Membership of select committees
"In order to secure a regular turnover of membership, a ‘rotation rule’ operates in the case of most committees, whereby Lords Members who have been appointed (or co-opted) for a given number of successive sessions (or parts of sessions) may not be rea..."
Paragraph 40.10, in Part 6, Chapter 40
Sittings and procedure
"The Chair is elected from among the Members appointed to serve on the committee by either House. In accordance with the principle indicated above that an instruction may be given to a joint committee only with the concurrence of both Houses, Commons S..."
Paragraph 41.7, in Part 6, Chapter 41
Joint Committee on Tax Law Rewrite Bills
Permanent joint committees
"Commons Standing Order No 152C, providing for a Joint Committee accompanying a special procedure for tax simplification (later ‘tax law rewrite’) bills, was first made in 2001 and still subsists. However, the associated tax law rewrite project in Her M..."
Paragraph 41.12, in Part 6, Chapter 41
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