Appropriation Act definition

Appropriation Act means an Act of Parliament or of a county assembly that provides for the provision of money to pay for the supply of services;
Appropriation Act means an Act to appropriate sums necessary to meet the annual estimates of expenditure in a financial year;
Appropriation Act means an Act appropriating the Consolidated Account for a financial year for the recurrent services and other purposes for the year, or for the capital purposes for the year, as expressed in the Act;

Examples of Appropriation Act in a sentence

  • Subsection (2) has effect despite the provisions of any Appropriation Act.

  • Subject to subsection (5), if an amount is appropriated by an Appropriation Act for a financial year by way of a central appropriation for a general purpose, the Treasurer may direct the transfer of a portion of that amount to another appropriation item.

  • Where the applicant is not, and for the two years immediately preceding the date of application has not been a resident of this Commonwealth, the Department shall require the applicant to submit with the application a report of Federal criminal history record information pursuant to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s under Department of State, Justice, and Commerce, the Judiciary, and Related Agencies Appropriation Act, 1973 (Public Law 92-544, 86 Stat.

  • The Treasurer may direct that an appropriation by an Appropriation Act for a financial year may be transferred to a suspense account to the extent necessary to meet a relevant commitment, and such a transfer is taken to be a payment correctly chargeable against that appropriation for that financial year.

  • The Treasurer may authorise expenditure in a financial year that exceeds the amount appropriated by an Appropriation Act for that year for expenditure of that kind.


More Definitions of Appropriation Act

Appropriation Act means the Act passed in accordance with Article 156 of the Constitution, which authorises expenditure of public money for a financial year;
Appropriation Act means any enactment authorising the issue of moneys from the Consolidated Fund to meet expenditure of the Government, and includes a provision of any enactment or of the Constitution which charges expenditure on that Fund;
Appropriation Act means an appropriation Act or additional appropriation Act passed pursuant to the provisions of Article 126(2) of the Namibian Constitution;
Appropriation Act means an Act that authorises amounts to be issued from the public accounts and applied for services in a financial year.
Appropriation Act means an Act or law passed by the National or State Assembly or Local Government authorizing spending from the Consolidate Revenue Fund and includes a Supplementary Appropriation Act or Law;
Appropriation Act means an Act to apply a sum out of the Consolidated Fund to the service of a financial year;
Appropriation Act means an Act to apply a sum out of the Consolidated Fund to the service of a financial year and includes a Supplementary Appropriation Act;