Rules Subject to Negative Resolution
A Statutory Rule that falls into the Negative Resolution Category, is law when the "comes into force" date is reached. It can only be repealed if the Assembly annuls it within the Statutory Period which is 30 calender days or 10 sitting days whichever is the longer.
Rules Subject to Confirmatory Resolution
A Statutory Rule which is subject to Confirmatory Procedure is printed, made and laid before the Assembly. It ceases to have effect unless approved by a resolution of the Assembly within a specified period provided for in the parent legislation.
Rules Subject to Affirmative Resolution
A Statutory Rule which is subject to Affirmative Resolution is printed, made and laid before the Assembly. It shall not come into operation unless affirmed by the Assembly.