Section 16(1) of the Members' Conflict of Interest Act requires that all Members of the Legislative Assembly of BC file a confidential disclosure statement with the Commissioner within 60 days of being elected, and after than annually.
Once the confidential disclosure statement has been filed, each Member must meet with the Commissioner to ensure that adequate disclosure has been made and to obtain any advice on their obligations under the Act.
After meeting with the Member, the Commissioner prepares a public disclosure statement in accordance with s. 17 of the Act. The public disclosure statement is then filed with the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly where it is available for public inspection.
Members must continue to disclose to the Commissioner any
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