This chapter sets out the procedures relating to amendments.
138. A question having been proposed may be amended by:
(a) omitting certain words only;
(b) omitting certain words in order to substitute other words; or
(c) inserting or adding words.
139. A proposed amendment to any motion before the Assembly must, for purposes of record, be in writing and be signed by the mover.
140. Every amendment must be relevant to the question which it is proposed to amend.
141. An amendment shall not be moved if it is inconsistent with a previous decision on the question.
142. An amendment may not be moved to any part of a question after a later part has been amended, or after a question has been proposed on an amendment thereto, unless the proposed amendment has, by leave, been withdrawn.
143. An amendment proposed shall be disposed of before another amendment to the original question can be moved.
144. A proposed amendment may, by leave, be withdrawn.
145. Amendments may be moved to a proposed amendment as if such proposed amendment were an original question.
146. When amendments have been made, the main question shall be put as amended.
147. When amendments have been moved but not made, the question shall be put as originally proposed.