Publications on the internet
Statutory Instruments, &c.
LIST NO. 2 : Friday 17 May 2013
Proposals for instruments subject to super-affirmative procedure
Some Acts require Ministers to lay proposals before Parliament for a certain length of time before laying draft orders taking account of any representations made during this period. This procedure is generally referred to as the "super-affirmative" procedure. This table also includes draft legislative reform orders (underlined) subject to super-affirmative procedure. The figures in the last column denote the number of days still to run including the day (when reckonable for this purpose) of publication of this list.
The statutory period does not include periods when:
* both Houses are adjourned for more than four days;
† Parliament is prorogued or dissolved;
|| either House is adjourned for more than four days.
No. of days unexpired on date of issue
14 Statutory Instruments, &c.
Statutory Instruments, &c. 13