33 Certification of revision Bill

(1)

For the purposes of this subpart, the certifiers are the President of the Law Commission, the Solicitor-General, a retired Judge of the High Court nominated by the Attorney-General, and the Chief Parliamentary Counsel.

(2)

The Chief Parliamentary Counsel must submit a revision Bill to the certifiers for certification under this section.

(3)

The certifiers may certify a revision Bill if they are satisfied that—

(a)

the revision powers set out in section 31 have been exercised appropriately in the preparation of the revision; and

(b)

the revision Bill does not change the effect of the law, except as authorised by section 31(2)(i) or (j).

(4)

Before certifying a revision Bill, the certifiers may require the Chief Parliamentary Counsel to make whatever changes they consider necessary.

(5)

When a revision Bill has been certified, the Chief Parliamentary Counsel must give the revision Bill and certificate to the Attorney-General.