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{{{short_title}}}
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{{{caption}}}
{{{legislature}}}
Citation{{{citation}}}
Territorial extent{{{territorial_extent}}}
Considered by{{{considered_by}}}
Passed by{{{enacted_by}}}
Passed{{{date_passed}}}
Enacted{{{date_enacted}}}
Considered by{{{considered_by2}}}
Passed by{{{enacted_by2}}}
Passed{{{date_passed2}}}
Enacted{{{date_enacted2}}}
Assented to by{{{assented_by}}}
Assented to{{{date_assented}}}
Royal assent{{{royal_assent}}}
Signed by{{{signed_by}}}
Signed{{{date_signed}}}
Vetoed by{{{vetoed_by}}}
Vetoed{{{date_vetoed}}}
Type of veto{{{veto_type}}}
Veto overridden{{{veto_overridden}}}
Holding{{{reference_holding}}}
Pocket vetoed{{{date_pocket_vetoed}}}
Became law by inaction{{{date_became_law_by_inaction}}}
Commenced{{{date_commenced}}}
Effective{{{date_effective}}}
Date of expiry{{{date_of_expiry}}}
Repealed{{{date_repealed}}}
Abrogated{{{date_abrogated}}}
Authorizing legislation{{{authorizing_legislation}}}
Administered by{{{administered_by}}}
Codification
Acts affected{{{codification_affects}}}
Acts amended{{{codification_amends}}}
Acts repealed{{{codification_repeals}}}
{{{code}}} titles affected{{{code_titles_affected}}}
{{{code}}} titles amended{{{code_titles_amended}}}
{{{code}}} sections created{{{code_sections_created}}}
{{{code}}} sections affected{{{code_sections_affected}}}
{{{code}}} sections amended{{{code_sections_amended}}}
[{{{bill_history_url}}} Legislative history]
First chamber: {{{enacted_by}}}
Bill title{{{bill}}}
Bill citation{{{bill_citation}}}
Bill published on{{{bill_date}}}
Introduced by{{{introduced_by}}}
Committee responsible{{{committee_responsible}}}
Preliminary reading{{{preliminary_reading}}}
Voting summary
  • {{{preliminary_reading_for}}} voted for
  • {{{preliminary_reading_against}}} voted against
  • {{{preliminary_reading_abstention}}} abstained
  • {{{preliminary_reading_absent}}} absent
  • {{{preliminary_reading_presentnotvoting}}} present not voting
First reading{{{1st_reading}}}
Voting summary
  • {{{1st_reading_for}}} voted for
  • {{{1st_reading_against}}} voted against
  • {{{1st_reading_abstention}}} abstained
  • {{{1st_reading_absent}}} absent
  • {{{1st_reading_presentnotvoting}}} present not voting
Considered by the {{{committee_responsible}}} Committee{{{committee_post1st}}}
Second reading{{{2nd_reading}}}
Voting summary
  • {{{2nd_reading_for}}} voted for
  • {{{2nd_reading_against}}} voted against
  • {{{2nd_reading_abstention}}} abstained
  • {{{2nd_reading_absent}}} absent
  • {{{2nd_reading_presentnotvoting}}} present not voting
Considered by the {{{committee_responsible}}} Committee{{{committee_post2nd}}}
Committee of the whole{{{committee_whole}}}
Third reading{{{3rd_reading}}}
Voting summary
  • {{{3rd_reading_for}}} voted for
  • {{{3rd_reading_against}}} voted against
  • {{{3rd_reading_abstention}}} abstained
  • {{{3rd_reading_absent}}} absent
  • {{{3rd_reading_presentnotvoting}}} present not voting
Passed{{{passed}}}
Voting summary
  • {{{passed_for}}} voted for
  • {{{passed_against}}} voted against
  • {{{passed_abstention}}} abstained
  • {{{passed_absent}}} absent
  • {{{passed_presentnotvoting}}} present not voting
Conference committee bill passed{{{conf_committee_passed}}}
Voting summary
  • {{{conf_committee_passed_for}}} voted for
  • {{{conf_committee_passed_against}}} voted against
  • {{{conf_committee_passed_abstention}}} abstained
  • {{{conf_committee_passed_absent}}} absent
  • {{{conf_committee_passed_presentnotvoting}}} present not voting
Committee report{{{committee_report}}}
Second chamber: {{{enacted_by2}}}
Bill title{{{bill2}}}
Bill citation{{{bill_citation2}}}
Bill published on{{{bill_date2}}}
Introduced by{{{introduced_by2}}}
Committee responsible{{{committee_responsible2}}}
Preliminary reading{{{preliminary_reading2}}}
Voting summary
  • {{{preliminary_reading2_for}}} voted for
  • {{{preliminary_reading2_against}}} voted against
  • {{{preliminary_reading2_abstention}}} abstained
  • {{{preliminary_reading2_absent}}} absent
  • {{{preliminary_reading2_presentnotvoting}}} present not voting
First reading{{{1st_reading2}}}
Voting summary
  • {{{1st_reading2_for}}} voted for
  • {{{1st_reading2_against}}} voted against
  • {{{1st_reading2_abstention}}} abstained
  • {{{1st_reading2_absent}}} absent
  • {{{1st_reading2_presentnotvoting}}} present not voting
Considered by the {{{committee_responsible2}}} Committee{{{committee_post1st2}}}
Second reading{{{2nd_reading2}}}
Voting summary
  • {{{2nd_reading2_for}}} voted for
  • {{{2nd_reading2_against}}} voted against
  • {{{2nd_reading2_abstention}}} abstained
  • {{{2nd_reading2_absent}}} absent
  • {{{2nd_reading2_presentnotvoting}}} present not voting
Considered by the {{{committee_responsible2}}} Committee{{{committee_post2nd2}}}
Committee of the whole{{{committee_whole2}}}
Third reading{{{3rd_reading2}}}
Voting summary
  • {{{3rd_reading2_for}}} voted for
  • {{{3rd_reading2_against}}} voted against
  • {{{3rd_reading2_abstention}}} abstained
  • {{{3rd_reading2_absent}}} absent
  • {{{3rd_reading2_presentnotvoting}}} present not voting
Passed{{{passed2}}}
Voting summary
  • {{{passed2_for}}} voted for
  • {{{passed2_against}}} voted against
  • {{{passed2_abstention}}} abstained
  • {{{passed2_absent}}} absent
  • {{{passed2_presentnotvoting}}} present not voting
Conference committee bill passed{{{conf_committee_passed2}}}
Voting summary
  • {{{conf_committee_passed2_for}}} voted for
  • {{{conf_committee_passed2_against}}} voted against
  • {{{conf_committee_passed2_abstention}}} abstained
  • {{{conf_committee_passed2_absent}}} absent
  • {{{conf_committee_passed2_presentnotvoting}}} present not voting
Committee report{{{committee_report2}}}
Final stages
Date passed by conference committee{{{date_conf_committee}}}
White paper{{{white_paper}}}
{{{enacted_by2}}} amendments considered by the {{{enacted_by}}}{{{date_amendments_considered}}}
Voting summary
  • {{{amendments_considered_for}}} voted for
  • {{{amendments_considered_against}}} voted against
  • {{{amendments_considered_abstention}}} abstained
  • {{{amendments_considered_absent}}} absent
  • {{{amendments_considered_presentnotvoting}}} present not voting
Finally passed both chambers{{{date_final_passage}}}
Reconsidered by the {{{enacted_by}}} after veto{{{date_reconsidered}}}
Voting summary
  • {{{veto_override_for}}} voted for
  • {{{veto_override_against}}} voted against
  • {{{veto_override_abstention}}} abstained
  • {{{veto_override_absent}}} absent
  • {{{veto_override_presentnotvoting}}} present not voting
Reconsidered by the {{{enacted_by2}}} after veto{{{date_reconsidered2}}}
Voting summary
  • {{{veto_override2_for}}} voted for
  • {{{veto_override2_against}}} voted against
  • {{{veto_override2_abstention}}} abstained
  • {{{veto_override2_absent}}} absent
  • {{{veto_override2_presentnotvoting}}} present not voting
Amends
{{{amends}}}
Repeals
{{{repeals}}}
Amended by
{{{amended_by}}}
Repealed by
{{{repealed_by}}}
Related legislation
{{{related_legislation}}}
{{{supreme_court}}} cases
{{{related_cases}}}
Struck down by
{{{struck_down_by}}}
Summary
{{{summary}}}
Keywords
{{{keywords}}}
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This template summarizes information about a piece of legislation or a bill. It is designed to be generic so that it can be used for the bills, statutes and subsidiary legislation (delegated legislation) of any jurisdiction. If you have suggestions as to how the template may be improved, please leave a message on the talk page.

Specific infoboxes for European Union, United Kingdom (national and devolved) and United States (federal only) legislation are at {{Infobox EU legislation}}, {{Infobox UK legislation}} and {{Infobox U.S. legislation}} respectively (although this template also supports the latter two to a limited extent).

Legislation enacted by a legislature (e.g. an Act of Parliament/Congress)[संपादन करीं]

See next section for bills that did not pass or is still being considered by the legislature.

Proposed legislation considered (but failed) or in consideration by a legislature (e.g. a bill)[संपादन करीं]

Legislation enacted or considered without going through a legislature (e.g. a regulation or an order)[संपादन करीं]

All available parameters[संपादन करीं]

Parameters[संपादन करीं]

This infobox takes a number of parameters, which are all optional:

Parameter Description
Basic information
short_title The short title of the legislation or bill, which should preferably be the same as the article title. If the parameter is left blank or omitted, the article name is used.
legislature The name of the legislature that enacted the legislation. You only need to use this parameter if the legislature of the jurisdiction in question is bicameral, and you wish to state its name rather than just the names of the upper house and lower house, which can be specified using |enacted_by= and |enacted_by2=.
image An image to represent the person or institution that enacted the legislation, such as a coat of arms, a seal or a photograph of a building. Type the name of the image without the "File:" prefix and do not wikilink it. If you omit this parameter, the template automatically displays an image according to the scheme at {{Infobox legislation/images}}.
imagesize The width of the image in pixels (px), particularly if it is less than 180 px. Type the number without the "px" suffix ("150", not "150px"). If this parameter is left blank or omitted, the image size defaults to 180 px.
image_upright Scale factor for the image, particularly to scale tall, narrow images correctly. See Help:Pictures#Upright_images for more information.
imagealt Alt text for the image. For more information, see "Wikipedia:Alternative text for images".
caption A caption for the image. Terms in the caption can be wikilinked, if desired.
long_title The long title of the legislation.
citation The citation of the legislation. If the legislation is available online, use a citation template where available to generate an external link automatically, or else create a link manually. If the citation uses square brackets, replace them with [ and ] when putting them inside an external link.
territorial_extent The territorial area(s) to which the legislation extends or applies. If possible, provide a wikilink.
considered_by
enacted_by
The name of the person or institution that considered or enacted the legislation. |considered_by= is used for proposed or failed legislation (e.g. bills) in which the institution did not or has not enacted the legislation, and |enacted_by= for successful ones. Wikilink the name to a Wikipedia article about the person or institution, if there is one. In a bicameral jurisdiction, use this parameter to specify the legislative chamber that initiated the legislation.
date_enacted
date_passed
The date the legislation was enacted or passed. Select either |date_enacted= or |date_passed= depending on whether the term enacted or passed is customarily used in the jurisdiction. In line with "Wikipedia:Manual of Style (dates and numbers)#Linking and autoformatting of dates", do not wikilink dates.
considered_by2
enacted_by2
date_enacted2
date_passed2
In a bicameral legislature, use these parameters to specify the name of the legislative chamber that considered the legislation after it was initiated by the other chamber, and the date when the second chamber enacted or passed the legislation.
date_assented
royal_assent
date_signed
Use one of the following:
  1. |date_assented= – to indicate the date when a head of state or their representative gives formal assent to the legislation.
  2. |royal_assent= – to indicate the date when a constitutional monarch gives royal assent to legislation.
  3. |date_signed= – to indicate the date when a head of state or their representative in jurisdictions which do not use the term "assent" signs a piece of legislation (e.g., the President of Ireland; the governor of one of the US states; a constitutional monarch without royal assent powers such, as the Grand Duke of Luxembourg)

Do not use parameter(s) from two or three of the above categories together.

assented_by
signed_by
Use one of the following:
  1. |assented_by= – to indicate the assenter's identity where |date_assented= or |royal_assent= is used.
  2. |signed_by= – to indicate the signer's identity where |date_signed= is used.

Do not use parameter(s) from two of the above categories together. The official title should precede the name (e.g. “President John Doe”, not “John Doe”).

date_vetoed The date when the legislation was vetoed by the head of state or their representative. This does not apply to a pocket veto.
veto_type The type of veto applied to the law, if the head of state or their representative has the right to veto the bill in multiple ways. This does not apply to a pocket veto.

Use one of the following:

  1. Absolute – to indicate a veto which cannot be overridden (e.g., withholding of royal assent by the Monarch of the United Kingdom, or a final veto by the President of Cyprus).
  2. Package – to indicate a veto where the entire bill is returned to the legislature for reconsideration.
  3. Line-item – to indicate a veto where only a part of the bill is returned to the legislature for reconsideration.
  4. Reservation – to indicate a veto where the bill is submitted to the decision of a third party, other than a court or other authority with judicial review powers; typically, this would be the people in a referendum (e.g., a reservation of the bill to the significance of the people by the President of Ireland), though submission to a non-judicial third authority exists as well (e.g. reservation in Canada).
  5. Constitutional – to indicate a veto where the bill is referred to the supreme or constitutional court, or other authority with judicial review powers, to determine its constitutionality.
veto_overridden The date when the veto was overridden:
  1. If the veto involves returning the bill to the legislature, this is the date of the legislative vote to override the veto. If the legislative debates are available online, create external links to them.
  2. If the veto involves submitting the bill to a referendum, this is the date of the referendum on that bill. Create an internal link to that Referendum's article.
  3. If the veto involves submitting the bill to non-judicial third authority, this is the date that third authority overturned the veto.

This does not apply to a pocket veto or a constitutional veto.

reference_holding The decision of the supreme or constitutional court, or other authority with judicial review powers, on a vetoed bill referred to it. Create an internal link to the court ruling's article; if no such article exists but the court's decision is available online, create an external link to it.
date_pocket_vetoed The date when the legislation was pocket vetoed by the head of state or their representative (i.e. the bill became ineffective because the head of state or representative did not sign/assent or veto it within an allowed time).
date_became_law_by_inaction The date when the legislation bill became law because the head of state or representative did not sign/assent or veto it within an allowed time.
date_commenced
date_effective
The date when the legislation commenced (came into force), or became effective as law. Use the parameter that corresponds to the term customary in the jurisdiction, not both the parameters.
date_of_expiry Date when the legislation automatically ceases to have effect (usually, but not always, when a sunset provision is included).
date_repealed Date when the legislation is repealed. Note that legislation may be repealed before or after it had expired, so this parameter is not necessarily identical to |date_of_expiry=.
date_abrogated Date when the legislation is abrogated without a formal repeal by the legislature, such as being struck down as unconstitutional, disallowed, or abrogated in a popular referendum.
administered_by The institution administering the legislation. Not necessary for most legislation. Wikilink if possible.
Legislative history
bill_history_url URL of the webpage on the legislature's website (or equivalent) that shows the legislative history of the bill, if available. Sometimes known as the "bill homepage".
bill The name of the bill or proposed law when the legislation was still being considered by the institution specified in |enacted_by= or |considered_by=. Wikilink the name to an article about the bill, if there is one.

In a bicameral jurisdiction, use this parameter to state the name of the bill that was introduced by the legislative chamber that initiated the legislation.

bill_citation The citation of the bill. If the bill is available online, create an external link to it. If the citation uses square brackets, replace them with [ and ] when putting them inside an external link.
bill_date The date when the bill was published.
introduced_by The name of the legislator who introduced the bill.
committee_responsible The name of the Committee responsible for the topic of the bill. Use only the name of the committee itself (for example, "Financial Services" instead of "United States House Committee on Financial Services").
preliminary_reading
1st_reading
2nd_reading
3rd_reading
The dates of the preliminary, first, second and third readings of the bill in the legislature. If the legislative debates are available online, create external links to them.
passed The date when the bill was finally passed by the chamber in jurisdictions that do not use numbered readings (e.g. Continental European legislatures).

Do not use this parameter together with the readings parameters.

committee_post1st
committee_post2nd
The date(s) when the bill was considered by a legislative committee (other than a committee of the whole) between readings. Use committee_post1st and committee_post2nd as appropriate in the jurisdiction - committee_post1st if it occurs between first and second readings (Israel, US House of Representatives), and committee_post2nd if it occurs between second and third readings (US Senate, UK, Australia), not both the parameters.
committee_whole_label
committee_whole
In some jurisdictions, name of the stage between the second and third readings where the bill is examined in detail (usually clause by clause), and the date(s) when it occurred. This is often named the "committee of the whole" (default), or sometimes the "committee stage" (Ireland, New Zealand) or "consideration in detail" (most lower houses of the bicameral parliaments in Australia). Omit if the stage was skipped (e.g. if no amendments were proposed or the chamber voted to skipped).
conf_committee_passed In some jurisdictions, the date when the institution passed the version of the bill adopted by a conference committee.
preliminary_reading_for
1st_reading_for
2nd_reading_for
3rd_reading_for
passed_for
conf_committee_passed_for
How many members voted for the bill in a given reading or other vote for passage.

Do not use this parameter if the vote is not taken on the bill as a whole (e.g. second readings in Israel).

preliminary_reading_against
1st_reading_against
2nd_reading_against
3rd_reading_against
passed_against
conf_committee_passed_against
How many members voted against the bill in a given reading or other vote for passage.

Do not use this parameter if the vote is not taken on the bill as a whole (e.g. second readings in Israel).

preliminary_reading_abstention
1st_reading_abstention
2nd_reading_abstention
3rd_reading_abstention
passed_abstention
conf_committee_passed_abstention
How many members voted to abstain (however called in the jurisdiction; e.g. "present", "blank vote") in a given reading or other vote for passage.

Do not use this parameter if the vote is not taken on the bill as a whole (e.g. second readings in Israel).

preliminary_reading_absent
1st_reading_absent
2nd_reading_absent
3rd_reading_absent
passed_absent
conf_committee_passed_absent
How many members were absent from the vote in a given reading or other vote for passage.

Do not use this parameter if the vote is not taken on the bill as a whole (e.g. second readings in Israel).

preliminary_reading_presentnotvoting
1st_reading_presentnotvoting
2nd_reading_presentnotvoting
3rd_reading_presentnotvoting
passed_presentnotvoting
conf_committee_passed_presentnotvoting
How many members were present at the vote in a given reading or other vote for passage, but did not vote. This does not include a vote to abstain (however called in the jurisdiction; e.g. "present", "blank vote").

Do not use this parameter if the vote is not taken on the bill as a whole (e.g. second readings in Israel).

committee_report The name of a report issued by a legislative committee about the bill that was eventually enacted. If the report is available online, create an external link to it.
bill2
bill_citation2
bill_date2
introduced_by2
committee_responsible
preliminary_reading2
preliminary_reading2_for
preliminary_reading2_against
preliminary_reading2_abstention
preliminary_reading2_absent
preliminary_reading2_presentnotvoting
1st_reading2
1st_reading2_for
1st_reading2_against
1st_reading2_abstention
1st_reading2_absent
1st_reading2_presentnotvoting
committee_post1st2
2nd_reading2
2nd_reading2_for
2nd_reading2_against
2nd_reading2_abstention
2nd_reading2_absent
2nd_reading2_presentnotvoting
committee_post2nd2
committee_whole_label2
committee_whole2
3rd_reading2
3rd_reading2_for
3rd_reading2_against
3rd_reading2_abstention
3rd_reading2_absent
1st_reading2_presentnotvoting
passed2
passed2_for
passed2_against
passed2_abstention
passed2_absent
passed2_presentnotvoting
conf_committee_passed2
conf_committee_passed2_for
conf_committee_passed2_against
conf_committee_passed2_abstention
conf_committee_passed2_absent
conf_committee_passed2_presentnotvoting
committee_report2
In a bicameral legislature, use these parameters to specify information about the bill that was considered in one chamber after it was passed by the other chamber.

In a bicameral legislature that employs an asymmetrical process, such as most Continental European legislatures, the passed2, passed2_for, passed2_against, passed2_abstention, passed2_absent, and passed2_presentnotvoting parameters apply to the decision of the second chamber to reject a bill, to pass it in an amended version, or (in the Czech Senate's case) to resolve not to consider the bill; if the second chamber didn't decide on the bill within the alloted time, passed2 should be used to specify the date on which the time-limit ended.

date_conf_committee In some jurisdictions, the date when a conference committee passed a bill. This parameter should be used together with |conf_committee_passed= and |conf_committee_passed2= – use these parameters to indicate the dates when the upper and lower legislative chambers passed the version of the bill adopted by the conference committee.
second_chamber_action In a bicameral legislature that employs an asymmetrical process, the action taken by the second chamber on the bill. The possible values are:
  • rejected
  • passed after rejection
  • passed with amendments
  • amendments rejected
  • resolved not to consider
  • passed by inaction

If |second_chamber_action= is left empty, or if some value other than the ones above is given to, "Passed" is displayed.

date_conf_committee In some jurisdictions, the date when a conference committee passed a bill. This parameter should be used together with |conf_committee_passed= and |conf_committee_passed2= – use these parameters to indicate the dates when the upper and lower legislative chambers passed the version of the bill adopted by the conference committee.
white_paper The name of a white paper relating to the legislation. If the white paper is available online, create an external link to it.
date_amendments_considered In bicameral legislatures, if amendments were made to the bill by the second chamber, the date(s) when these amendments were considered by the originating chamber. This includes a rejection of the bill in bicameral legislatures that employ an asymmetrical process.
amendments_considered_for In a bicameral legislature that employs an asymmetrical process, how many members voted for the first chamber's final decision on the amendments or rejection made by the second chamber.
amendments_considered_against In a bicameral legislature that employs an asymmetrical process, how many members voted against the first chamber's final decision on the amendments or rejection made by the second chamber.
amendments_considered_abstention In a bicameral legislature that employs an asymmetrical process, how many members voted to abstain (however called in the jurisdiction; e.g. "present", "blank vote") in the first chamber's final decision on the amendments or rejection made by the second chamber.
amendments_considered_absent In a bicameral legislature that employs an asymmetrical process, how many members were absent from the vote in the first chamber's final decision on the amendments or rejection made by the second chamber.
amendments_considered_presentnotvoting In a bicameral legislature that employs an asymmetrical process, how many members were present at the vote in the first chamber's final decision on the amendments or rejection made by the second chamber, but did not vote. This does not include a vote to abstain (however called in the jurisdiction; e.g. "present", "blank vote").
date_final_passage In bicameral legislatures that employ a symmetrical process, the date when all amendments to the bill have been ultimately considered and the bill has finally passed both chambers.
date_reconsidered The date when a vetoed bill, returned to the legislature, was reconsidered by the institution specified in |enacted_by= or |considered_by=.
veto_override_for How many members voted for a veto override during the first chamber's reconsideration of a vetoed bill.
veto_override_against How many members voted against a veto override during the first chamber's reconsideration of a vetoed bill.
veto_override_abstention How many members voted to abstain (however called in the jurisdiction; e.g. "present", "blank vote") in the first chamber's vote on a veto override during the first chamber's reconsideration of a vetoed bill.
veto_override_absent How many members were absent from the first chamber's vote on a veto override during the first chamber's reconsideration of a vetoed bill.
veto_override_presentnotvoting How many members were present at the first chamber's vote on a veto override during the first chamber's reconsideration of a vetoed bill, but did not vote. This does not include a vote to abstain (however called in the jurisdiction; e.g. "present", "blank vote").
date_reconsidered2
veto_override2_for
veto_override2_against
veto_override2_abstention
veto_override2_absent
veto_override2_presentnotvoting
In a bicameral legislature, use these parameters to specify information about the second chamber's reconsideration of a vetoed bill.
amends The citations of any notable legislation that this legislation amends. If available, wikilink the article or external link the texts of the amended legislation.
repeals The citations of any notable legislation that this legislation repeals. If available, wikilink the article or external link the texts of the repealed legislation.
amended_by The citations of any notable amendments to this legislation. If available, wikilink the article or external link the texts of the amendments.
repealed_by The citations of any notable legislation repealing parts or previous versions of this legislation. If available, wikilink the article or external link the texts of the repealing legislation.
related_legislation The names and citations of any related pieces of legislation. Where possible, link the name of a related piece of legislation to a Wikipedia article about it, and link the citation to an external website containing the text of the related legislation.
related_cases Court cases of the jurisdiction's supreme court relating to this legislation. Where possible, link the name of a court case to a Wikipedia article about it, and link the citation to an external website containing the text of the ruling.
supreme_court Name of the supreme court issuing the cases listed in |related_cases=.
struck_down_by The citations of any court case striking down this legislation as unconstitutional. Where possible, link the name of a court case to a Wikipedia article about it, and link the citation to an external website containing the text of the ruling.
summary A very brief summary of the subjects that the legislation deals with.
keywords A list of keywords that describe the legal issues dealt with by the legislation. List keywords alphabetically, separate them with commas, and link them to appropriate Wikipedia articles wherever possible; for example, "[[Bailment]], [[common carrier]], [[negligence]], [[strict liability]]".
Status
status The status of the bill or legislation. The possible values are:
  • pending
  • pending first
  • pending second
  • pending referendum
  • pending assent
  • not passed
  • vetoed
  • veto override failed
  • current
  • not yet in force
  • not fully in force
  • halted
  • in force
  • amended
  • expired
  • repealed
  • spent
  • struck down
  • disallowed
  • abrogated
  • void
  • void ab initio

If some value other than the ones above is given to |status=, "Unknown" is displayed.

Examples[संपादन करीं]

Statute[संपादन करीं]

Criminal Law (Temporary Provisions) Act
Legislative Assembly of Singapore
CitationOrdinance No. 26 of 1955, now टेम्पलेट:Singapore legislation
Territorial extentWhole of Singapore
Enacted byLegislative Assembly of Singapore
Enacted22 September 1955
Commenced21 October 1955
Legislative history
Bill published on31 August 1955
Introduced byChief Secretary William Allmond Codrington Goode
First reading18 August 1955
Second reading22 September 1955
Third reading22 September 1955
Status: प्रवर्तन में (लागू बा)
{{Infobox legislation
|short_title        = Criminal Law (Temporary Provisions) Act
|long_title         = An Act to make temporary provisions for the maintenance of public order, the control of supplies by sea to Singapore, and the prevention of strikes and lock-outs in essential services
|citation           = Ordinance No. 26 of 1955, now {{Singapore legislation|cap=67|ed=2000}}
|territorial_extent = Whole of [[Singapore]]
|enacted_by         = [[Legislative Assembly of Singapore]]
|date_enacted       = 22 September 1955
|date_commenced     = 21 October 1955
|bill_date          = 31 August 1955
|introduced_by      = Chief Secretary [[William Allmond Codrington Goode]]
|1st_reading        = 18 August 1955
|2nd_reading        = 22 September 1955
|3rd_reading        = 22 September 1955
|status             = in force
}}

Statute made after overridden veto[संपादन करीं]

Act 123/2017 Sb.
Parliament of the Czech Republic
Citation123/2017 Sb.
Passed byChamber of Deputies
Passed2 December 2016
Passed bySenate
Passed18 January 2017
Vetoed byPresident Miloš Zeman
Vetoed10 March 2017
Veto overridden4 April 2017
Effective11 April 2017
Legislative history
First chamber: Chamber of Deputies
Bill citationSněmovní tisk č. 501 (7th Legislature)
First reading7 October 2015–20 January 2016
Second reading4 May 2016–25 May 2016
Third reading1 July 2016–2 December 2016
Second chamber: Senate
Passed with amendments18 January 2017
Final stages
Senate amendments rejected by the Chamber of Deputies21 February 2017–1 March 2017
Reconsidered by the Chamber of Deputies after veto4 April 2017
Voting summary
  • 117 voted for
  • 18 voted against
  • 14 abstained
Status: प्रवर्तन में (लागू बा)
{{Infobox legislation
|short_title        = Act 123/2017 Sb.
|long_title         = Act of 1 March 2017, amending Act No. 114/1992 Sb., on Nature and Landscape Protection, as amended
|citation           = 123/2017 Sb.
|legislature        = [[Parliament of the Czech Republic]]
|enacted_by         = [[Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic|Chamber of Deputies]]
|date_passed        = 2 December 2016
|enacted_by2        = [[Senate of the Czech Republic|Senate]]
|date_passed2       = 18 January 2017
|date_vetoed        = 10 March 2017
|vetoed_by          = President [[Miloš Zeman]]
|veto_overridden    = 4 April 2017
|date_effective     = 11 April 2017
|bill_citation      = [https://www.psp.cz/sqw/historie.sqw?o=7&T=501 Sněmovní tisk č. 501 (7th Legislature)]
|1st_reading        = 7 October 2015–20 January 2016
|2nd_reading        = 4 May 2016–25 May 2016
|3rd_reading        = 1 July 2016–2 December 2016
|second_chamber_action= amendments rejected
|passed2            = 18 January 2017
|date_amendments_considered = {{nowrap|21 February 2017–1 March 2017}}
|date_reconsidered  = 4 April 2017
|veto_override_for  = 117
|veto_override_against = 18
|veto_override_abstention = 14
|status             = in force
}}

Unpassed bill[संपादन करीं]

Naval Aid Bill
Parliament of Canada
Considered byParliament of Canada
Legislative history
Introduced byRobert Borden
First readingDecember 5, 1912
Third readingMay 15, 1913
Status: Not passed
{{Infobox legislation
|short_title   = Naval Aid Bill
|long_title    = An Act to authorize measures for increasing the effective naval forces of the Empire. 
|considered_by = [[Parliament of Canada]]
|introduced_by = [[Robert Borden]]
|1st_reading   = December 5, 1912
|3rd_reading   = May 15, 1913
|status        = Not passed
}}

Passed but vetoed bill[संपादन करीं]

Lex TVN
Parliament of Poland
Considered bySejm
Considered bySenate
Vetoed byPresident Andrzej Duda
Vetoed27 December 2021
Legislative history
First chamber: Sejm
Passed18 December 2021
Voting summary
  • 229 voted for
  • 212 voted against
  • 11 abstained
Final stages
Senate amendments considered by the Sejm18 December 2021
Status: Vetoed
{{Infobox legislation
|short_title   = Lex TVN
|long_title    = Act of 11 August 2021 on the amendment of the "Broadcasting and the Cinematography Act" 
|legislature   = [[Parliament of Poland]]
|considered_by = [[Sejm]]
|passed        = 18 December 2021
|passed_for    = 229
|passed_against= 212
|passed_abstention= 11
|considered_by2= [[Senate of Poland|Senate]]
|date_amendments_considered= 18 December 2021
|status        = Vetoed
|date_vetoed   = 27 December 2021
|vetoed_by     = President [[Andrzej Duda]]
}}

Technical information[संपादन करीं]

The |image= parameter in the template contains (with slight modifications) the following function:

{{#invoke:InfoboxImage|InfoboxImage|image={{#if:{{{image|}}}
  |{{{image}}}
  |{{Infobox legislation/images
     |image={{if empty|{{{legislature|}}}|{{{considered_by|}}}|{{{enacted_by|}}}}}
     |date={{{date_enacted|}}} 
    }}
  }}|size={{{imagesize|}}}|sizedefault=frameless|upright={{{upright|{{{image_upright|1}}}}}}|alt={{{imagealt|}}}}}

The function does the following tasks:

  • If the parameter |image= is used in the template, that image is displayed.
  • If |image= is not used, a check is done to see if the value of |legislature= or |enacted_by= is listed in {{Infobox legislation/images}}. If the result is blank, then no image is displayed. If the result is an image file (the coat of arms or seal, or a photograph of a building representing the person or institution that enacted the legislation), then the image file is displayed. {{Infobox legislation/images}} can be tweaked to display different images depending on the date when the legislation was decided – for help with this, leave a message on the talk page.
  • If a value is specified for |imagesize=, the image is given that width; otherwise the image width defaults to "frameless".
  • If a value, adds |upright=value to image. Values less than 1 scale the image down (0.9 = 90%); values greater than 1 scale the image up (1.15 = 115%).
  • In either case the image is given alt text specified by |imagealt=.

JackLee came up with the first version of this function for {{Infobox court case}}, but thanks are due to Chris Cunningham for coming up with a cleaner solution that works better.

TemplateData[संपादन करीं]

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TemplateData for Infobox legislation