Casalonga UPC rules of procedure
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ARTICLE 26Budget

(1) The budget shall be adopted by the Budget Committee on a proposal from the Presidium. It shall be drawn up in accordance with the generally accepted accounting principles laid down in the Financial Regulations, established in accordance with Article 33 [1].

(2) Within the budget, the Presidium may, in accordance with the Financial Regulations, transfer funds between the various headings or subheadings.

(3) The Registrar shall be responsible for the implementation of the budget in accordance with the Financial Regulations.

(4) The Registrar shall annually make a statement on the accounts of the preceding financial year relating to the implementation of the budget which shall be approved by the Presidium.
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(1) The Financial Regulations shall be adopted by the Administrative Committee. They shall be amended by the Administrative Committee on a proposal from the Court.
(2) The Financial Regulations shall lay down in particular:
(a) arrangements relating to the establishment and implementation of the budget and for the rendering and auditing of accounts;
(b) the method and procedure whereby the payments and contributions, including the initial financial contributions provided for in Article 37 of the Agreement are to be made available to the Court;
(c) the rules concerning the responsibilities of authorising and accounting officers and the arrangements for their supervision; and
(d) the generally accepted accounting principles on which the budget and the annual financial statements are to be based.