The Speaker ruled that, based on Canadian parliamentary practice, any new or additional legislative authorization to spend from the Consolidated Revenue Fund must be accompanied by a royal recommendation.
What does CRF stand for?
CRF stands for Consolidated Revenue Fund (Canada)
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- Military and Government
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- Condensation Resistance Factor
- Conditional Random Field
- Conference Room Facility (various locations)
- Connection-Related Function
- Conseil Regional de La Formation (Belgium)
- Conseils et Risques Financiers (French: Advice and Financial Risks)
- Conselho Regional de Farmacia (Brazil)
- Consolidated Radar Facility
- Consolidated Refueling Facility
- Consolidated Repair Facility
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The funds went into the federal consolidated revenue fund (CRF), paid very low savings bond interest, and represented (according to band pundits) a very low-cost loan from the Indian band to the federal government.
While Nigeria spends far less on its education program, UBE funding can annually be no less than two percent of the Nigerian consolidated revenue fund (which the National Assembly originally proposed as 10 percent before it was vetoed by President Olusegun Obasanjo), while NCLB last yea," comprised less than one percent of the annual budget and has no required budgetary allocation.
It should be stressed that the royal recommendation solely applies to "spending"--the withdrawal of public funds from the Consolidated Revenue Fund (CRF) (1).
Funds from this sale will be used for normal operating needs of the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
When the Legislature is dissolved, the Premier or designate is required to determine for each minister the number of days during the term, if any, on which the minister did not attend as required, assess a penalty of $500 for each day of non-attendance, and verify that the minister pays that amount into the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
The Speaker began his ruling by stating that: The fundamental purpose of the requirement for a Royal Recommendation is to limit the authority for appropriating money from the Consolidated Revenue Fund to the Government.
The amended standing order said: "That this House will receive no petition for any sum of money relating to the public service or proceed upon any Motion for granting any money, whether payable out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund or out of monies to be provided by Parliament, unless recommended from the Crown.