Charter of the Cupertino Alliance

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Charter of the Cupertino Alliance
Arms of the Cupertino Alliance
Writing dateAn act to re-establish and outline the governance of the Cupertino Alliance.
NicknamesCharter Act
Enacted by1st Parliament, 19th session
Effective15 June 2020
Citations
Act number178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195 (See ratification)
Codification
Acts repealedProcedures for Membership Attainment to the Cupertino Alliance, 2020

An Act to Protect our Independent Opinions, 2020

Duties of a Delegate, 2020

Delegate Cap Act, 2020

Duties of the Chair of the Board, 2020

Parliamentary Practice, 2020

Ministers Act, 2020
Legislative history
  • Introduced in Parliament as Charter of the Cupertino Alliance by Jayden Lycon (Aenderia) on 30 May 2020
  • Read and reviewed in Parliament, 17th session on 30 May 2020 (Did not asend to vote)
  • Read and reviewed in Parliament, 18th session on 6 June 2020 (Asended to vote)
  • Passed Parliament on 30 May 2020 
  • Signed into law by the Chair of the Board Jayden Lycon (Aenderia) on 15 June 2020
Legislation details
WriterJayden Lycon

The Charter of the Cupertino Alliance (also known as the CA Charter or CA Constitution) is the document that merges several documents to create a codified constitution and describing the governance of the Cupertino Alliance.

History

During the formation of the Cupertino Alliance, governance was established through the division of multiple acts.