Section 47 Constitution Act 1982
Section 47 Constitution Act 1982 is about Amendments without Senate resolution. It is under Part V (Procedure for Amending Constitution of Canada) of the Act.
Amendments without Senate resolution
(1) An amendment to the Constitution of Canada made by proclamation under section 38, 41, 42 or 43 may be made without a resolution of the Senate authorizing the issue of the proclamation if, within one hundred and eighty days after the adoption by the House of Commons of a resolution authorizing its issue, the Senate has not adopted such a resolution and if, at any time after the expiration of that period, the House of Commons again adopts the resolution.
Computation of period
(2) Any period when Parliament is prorogued or dissolved shall not be counted in computing the one hundred and eighty day period referred to in subsection (1).
– Section 46 Constitution Act 1982
– Section 45 Constitution Act 1982