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What is the process relating to a Bill after it has been passed by the Legislative Assembly?
- The Clerk of the Legislative Assembly sends to the Legislative Drafting Department, a copy of the Bill that has been passed by the Legislative Assembly, together with any amendments to the Bill that have been made by the Legislative Assembly.
- The Legislative Drafting Department makes any necessary changes and sends bound copies of the Bill to the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly, for signing.
- The Clerk of the Legislative Assembly returns the signed Bill to the Legislative Drafting Department and the Bill is then forwarded to the Attorney-General for his Legal Report.
- The Attorney-General sends his signed Legal Report and the Bill to H. E. The Governor, for Assent.
- The Governor signs the Bill (making it a Law) and sends the Law to the Clerk of Cabinet, for sealing.
- The Governor sends the sealed Law to the Legislative Drafting Department, for publication in the Official Gazette.