Financial Memorandum

A Bill involving expenditure is required to be accompanied by a financial memorandum which shall invite particular attention to the clauses involving expenditure and shall also give an estimate of the recurring and non-recurring expenditure involved in case the Bill is passed into law.

Further, the causes or provisions in Bills involving expenditure form public funds are required to be printed in thick type or in italics, but where a cause in a Bill involving expenditure is not printed in thick type or in italics, the Speaker may persist the Member-in-charge of the Bill to bring such clauses to the notice of the House.