Imprest Supply (Second for 2021/22) Bill

About this bill

This bill ensures that the Government has sufficient supply to implement Cabinet decisions made or otherwise finalised after the contents of the 2021/22 Estimates were closed off, and to meet contingencies in excess of the amounts provided in the Appropriation (2021/22 Estimates) Bill, and the making of capital injections in excess of the amounts authorised under that bill.

Current status

Royal Assent given 13 September 2021.
Enacted as the Imprest Supply (Second for 2021/22) Act 2021 (2021/35)

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Bill type

Government bill

All data
Bill type Government bill
Parliament 53
Ref 66-1
Introduced 8 September 2021
First reading 8 September 2021
Second reading 9 September 2021
Third reading 9 September 2021
Royal Assent 13 September 2021
Enacted as Imprest Supply (Second for 2021/22) Act 2021 (2021/35)
Divided No

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