Appropriation Act, 2009

Link to law: http://laws.gov.ag/acts/2009/a2009-13.pdf

AND BARBUDA

THE APPROPRIATION ACT, 2009

No. 13 of 2009

[ Printed in the Official Gazette Vol. XXIX No. 84
dated 31st December, 2009. ]

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by Paget M. Terry, Acting Government Printer
— By Authority, 2009.

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The Appropriation Act, 2009 No. 13 of 20094

THE APPROPRIATION ACT, 2009

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

Order

1. Short title and commencement.

2. Issue of seven hundred and fourteen million, seven hundred and ninety-five thousand, five
hundred and thirty-four dollars.

3. Payment out of Consolidated Fund.

SCHEDULE

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I Assent,

Louise Lake-Tack,
Governor-General.

30th December, 2009.

ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA

THE APPROPRIATION ACT, 2009

No. 13 of 2009

AN ACT to provide for the services of Antigua and Barbuda for the year ending on 31st day of
December, 2010.

ENACTED by the Parliament of Antigua and Barbuda as follows:

1. Short Title and Commencement

This Act may be cited as the Appropriation Act, 2009 and shall come into operation on the 1st
January, 2010.

2. Issue of seven hundred and fourteen million, seven hundred and ninety-five thousand, five hundred
and thirty-four dollars.

The issue from the Consolidated Fund of the sum of seven hundred and fourteen million, seven
hundred and ninety-five thousand, five hundred and thirty-four dollars. ($714,795,534.00) is authorized
in order to meet expenditure for the services of Antigua and Barbuda in respect of calendar year
ending on the thirty-first day of December, 2010, under the Heads of Expenditure specified in the
Schedule; and the sum specified in the Schedule opposite a numbered and named Head is appropriated
out of the sum of seven hundred and fourteen million, seven hundred and ninety-five thousand, five
hundred and thirty-four dollars. ($714,795,534.00) for the purpose specified in relation to that number
and named Head in the Estimates for the year 2010.

3. Payment out of Consolidated Fund

The Accountant General is authorized and required, from time to time upon the order or warrant of the
Minister of Finance, to pay the sums appropriated in the Schedule to the several services and
purposes mentioned as the order or warrant directs out of the Consolidated Fund without further
order or formality.

SCHEDULE

Head of Expenditure Amount ($)
Recurrent Development

1 Office of the Governor-General 865,770 0
2 Legislature 2,051,402 0
3 Cabinet 3,343,429 0
4 Judicial 2,858,108 0
5 Service Commissions 629,244 0
6 Audit 1,366,230 0
7 Pension and Gratuities 0 0
8 Public Debt 0 0
9 Electoral Commission 0 98,500
10 Office of the Prime Minister & Prime Minister’s Ministries 42,793,508 1,960,000
15 Ministry of Finance, the Economy and Public Administration 105,686,422 1,501,040
20 Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Housing and the Environment 31,011,653 36,890,435
25 Ministry of Health 108,440,553 3,106,020
30 Ministry of Education, Sports, Youth & Gender Affairs 90,557,651 4,230,000
40 Ministry of Works & Transport 74,549,766 28,565,000
55 Attorney General’s Office & Ministry of Legal Affairs 13,101,173 100,000
60 Office of the Ombudsman 309,290 0
70 Ministry of National Security and Labour 89,537,337 12,650,659
80 Ministry of Tourism, Civil Aviation and Culture 57,542,344 1,050,000

TOTAL 624,643,880 90,151,654

The Appropriation Act, 2009 No. 13 of 20096

Passed the Senate on the 16th day of
December, 2009.

Hazlyn M. Francis,
President.

T. Thomas,
Clerk to the Senate.

Passed the House ofRepresentatives on the
11th day of December, 2009.

D. Gisele Isaac-Arrindell,
Speaker.

T. Thomas,
Clerk to the House of Representatives.
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