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private bill

n
(Parliamentary Procedure) a bill presented to Parliament or Congress on behalf of a private individual, corporation, etc
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Blake, the elder, was up to his eyes in the business of the House of Commons, and was amusing himself at home that night with the favourite parliamentary plaything which they call "a private bill.
The secretary despatched his man with a message to Rabourdin that the minister could not work with him until Saturday, on which day the Chamber was occupied with private bills, and his Excellency had more time at his disposal.
The other private bill approved by the house was tabled by Farhat Seemi.
KARACHI -- Sindh Assembly on Thursday adopted a private bill Ziauddin University Amendment Bill aimed at giving powers of appointing chief trustee of the Ziauddin University to the vice chancellor of the university .
Kamket, like any MP, is at liberty to come up with a private Bill, he said.
The private Bill was moved by Dr Ramesh Kumar Vankwani.
According to reports, the committee has submitted to Senate Secretariat a private bill seeking public execution of culprits involved in kidnapping, murder and rape of children.
A Private Bill was presented in the National Assembly with a recommendation to grant additional powers to SMCs to enhance and improve the performance of schools.
He said that he wanted to discuss private bill on dowry in the cabinet shortly.
The bill was submitted by the Israeli ministries of justice and social welfare in cooperation with the private bill of Berko.
His proposed private Bill would allow profitable and loss-making routes to be bundled together and offered as a package for which operators can bid.
Backbench Conservative MP James Wharton's private bill calling for a vote in 2017 is expected to be passed today as most Labour and Lib Dem MPs will abstain.