Appropriation Act 2009

Link to law: http://www.gibraltarlaws.gov.gi/articles/2009-21o.pdf
Published: 2009-07-09

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Appropriation 2009
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APPROPRIATION ACT 2009
Principal Act Act. No. 2009-21 Commencement 9.7.2009 Assent 6.7.2009
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Appropriation 2009
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AN ACT TO APPROPRIATE SUMS OF MONEY TO THE SERVICE OF THE YEAR ENDING ON THE 31ST DAY OF MARCH 2010.
Title and commencement.
1. This Act may be cited as the Appropriation Act 2009 and comes into operation on the day of publication.
Consolidated Fund appropriation of expenditure 2009/2010.
2.(1) The Accountant General may, under the authority of a general warrant issued in accordance with the provisions of the Public Finance (Control and Audit) Act, pay out of the Consolidated Fund of Gibraltar for the year ending 31st March 2010, a sum not exceeding £186,335,000.
(2) The said sum shall be appropriated only to such purposes and shall not exceed such amounts as are set out in Part 1 of the Schedule to this Act.
Consolidated Fund appropriation of Contributions 2009/2010.
3.(1) The Accountant General may, under the authority of a general warrant issued in accordance with the provisions of the Public Finance (Control and Audit) Act, pay out of the Consolidated Fund of Gibraltar for the year ending 31st March 2010, a sum not exceeding £20,500,000.
(2) The said sum shall be appropriated only to such purposes and shall not exceed such amounts as are set out in Part 2 of the Schedule to this Act.
Improvement and Development Fund appropriation of Expenditure 2009/2010.
4.(1) The Accountant General may, under the authority of a general warrant issued in accordance with the provisions of the Public Finance (Control and Audit) Act, pay out of the Improvement and Development Fund of Gibraltar for the year ending 31st March 2010, a sum not exceeding £105,792,000.
(2) The said sum shall be appropriated only to such purposes and shall not exceed such amounts as are set out in Part 3 of the Schedule to this Act.
Application of sums voted for Pay Settlements and Supplementary Funding.
5. Notwithstanding anything contained in the Public Finance (Control and Audit) Act, the Minister responsible for finance may direct by means of a warrant that the whole or any part of the sums appropriated under Head 15 Supplementary Provision (covering Pay Settlements and Supplementary
Appropriation 2009
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Funding) shall be applied to any of the other Heads specified in Parts 1 and 2 of the Schedule.
Appropriation 2009
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SCHEDULE
PART 1
CONSOLIDATED FUND EXPENDITURE 2009/2010
Head Amount
£ 1 Education and Training 25,004,000 2 Culture, Heritage, Sport and Leisure 3,974,000 3 Housing 8,930,000 4 Environment and Tourism 21,790,000 5 Family, Youth and Community Affairs 22,891,000 6 Enterprise, Development, Technology and
Transport 23,904,000
7 Health and Civil Protection 29,078,000 8 Administration 8,070,000 9 Finance 13,945,000 10 Employment, Labour and Industrial
Relations 1,825,000
11 Justice 13,894,000 12 Immigration and Civil Status 2,571,000 13 Parliament 1,284,000 14 Gibraltar Audit Office 674,000 15 Supplementary Provision 8,500,000 Total Departmental Expenditure 186,334,000
16 1(a) Tribunal under Section 64 of the Constitution
1,000
186,335,000
PART 2
CONSOLIDATED FUND CONTRIBUTIONS 2009/2010
Head Amount £
17 (1) Contribution to the Improvement and Development Fund
12,000,000
(2) Contribution to the Statutory Benefits Fund
8,500,000
20,500,000
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PART 3
IMPROVEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT FUND EXPENDITURE
2009/2010
Head Amount £
101 Departmental 11,161,000 102 Projects 94,631,000 105,792,000