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§ 12. Effective  date  provisions  of bills requiring re-enactment and  approval. 1. Where a bill introduced in the legislature would  have  the  effect  of  repealing,  diminishing,  impairing  or  suspending  a power  granted  by  this  statute  of  local  governments  and  thus  would  be  ineffective  unless  re-enacted  and  approved in the following calendar  year as provided by paragraph one of subdivision (b) of section  two  of  article  nine  of the constitution, the effective date provision thereof  shall read  substantially  as  follows:  "This  act  shall  take  effect  (specify  effective  date  in  event  of re-enactment by legislature and  approval by governor  in  next  calendar  year),  provided  that  it  is  approved by the governor in accordance with paragraph one of subdivision  (b) of section two of article nine of the constitution and provided that  it  is re-enacted by the legislature and approved by the governor in the  next calendar year in accordance with such paragraph."    2.  Where  a  statute  enacted  in  one  year  is  introduced  in  the  legislature   in   the  next  calendar  year  for  re-enactment  by  the  legislature and approval thereafter by the governor in  accordance  with  paragraph  one  of subdivision (b) of section two of article nine of the  constitution, the effective date provision thereof shall  refer  to  the  enactment   in  the  previous  year  and  shall,  in  addition,  provide  substantially as follows:  "This act shall take effect  (set  forth  the  effective  date),  provided  that  it  is  approved  by  the governor in  accordance with paragraph one of  subdivision  (b)  of  section  two  of  article nine of the constitution."

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§ 12. Effective  date  provisions  of bills requiring re-enactment and  approval. 1. Where a bill introduced in the legislature would  have  the  effect  of  repealing,  diminishing,  impairing  or  suspending  a power  granted  by  this  statute  of  local  governments  and  thus  would  be  ineffective  unless  re-enacted  and  approved in the following calendar  year as provided by paragraph one of subdivision (b) of section  two  of  article  nine  of the constitution, the effective date provision thereof  shall read  substantially  as  follows:  "This  act  shall  take  effect  (specify  effective  date  in  event  of re-enactment by legislature and  approval by governor  in  next  calendar  year),  provided  that  it  is  approved by the governor in accordance with paragraph one of subdivision  (b) of section two of article nine of the constitution and provided that  it  is re-enacted by the legislature and approved by the governor in the  next calendar year in accordance with such paragraph."    2.  Where  a  statute  enacted  in  one  year  is  introduced  in  the  legislature   in   the  next  calendar  year  for  re-enactment  by  the  legislature and approval thereafter by the governor in  accordance  with  paragraph  one  of subdivision (b) of section two of article nine of the  constitution, the effective date provision thereof shall  refer  to  the  enactment   in  the  previous  year  and  shall,  in  addition,  provide  substantially as follows:  "This act shall take effect  (set  forth  the  effective  date),  provided  that  it  is  approved  by  the governor in  accordance with paragraph one of  subdivision  (b)  of  section  two  of  article nine of the constitution."

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Statutes > New-york > Slg > Article-2 > 12

§ 12. Effective  date  provisions  of bills requiring re-enactment and  approval. 1. Where a bill introduced in the legislature would  have  the  effect  of  repealing,  diminishing,  impairing  or  suspending  a power  granted  by  this  statute  of  local  governments  and  thus  would  be  ineffective  unless  re-enacted  and  approved in the following calendar  year as provided by paragraph one of subdivision (b) of section  two  of  article  nine  of the constitution, the effective date provision thereof  shall read  substantially  as  follows:  "This  act  shall  take  effect  (specify  effective  date  in  event  of re-enactment by legislature and  approval by governor  in  next  calendar  year),  provided  that  it  is  approved by the governor in accordance with paragraph one of subdivision  (b) of section two of article nine of the constitution and provided that  it  is re-enacted by the legislature and approved by the governor in the  next calendar year in accordance with such paragraph."    2.  Where  a  statute  enacted  in  one  year  is  introduced  in  the  legislature   in   the  next  calendar  year  for  re-enactment  by  the  legislature and approval thereafter by the governor in  accordance  with  paragraph  one  of subdivision (b) of section two of article nine of the  constitution, the effective date provision thereof shall  refer  to  the  enactment   in  the  previous  year  and  shall,  in  addition,  provide  substantially as follows:  "This act shall take effect  (set  forth  the  effective  date),  provided  that  it  is  approved  by  the governor in  accordance with paragraph one of  subdivision  (b)  of  section  two  of  article nine of the constitution."

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