Imprest Supply (Third for 2019/20) Bill

About this bill

This bill is required to ensure that the Government has sufficient supply to implement Cabinet decisions made or otherwise finalised after the contents of the 2019/20 Estimates were closed off in excess of the amounts appropriated in the Appropriation (2019/20 Estimates) Act 2019, and authorised in the Imprest Supply (Second for 2019/20) Act 2019, and to meet contingencies.

Current status

Royal Assent given 25 March 2020.
Enacted as the Imprest Supply (Third for 2019/20) Act 2020 (2020/7)

Member of Parliament responsible
Bill type

Government bill


All data
Bill type Government bill
Parliament 52
Ref 235-1
Introduced 25 March 2020
First reading 25 March 2020
Second reading 25 March 2020
Third reading 25 March 2020
Royal Assent 25 March 2020
Enacted as Imprest Supply (Third for 2019/20) Act 2020 (2020/7)
Divided No

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