Section 1: Definition and jurisdiction of the Code of Laws.
- The Code of Laws shall be a record of all rules, procedures, and by-laws adopted and practiced by all branches and members of the SGA with the lone exception of the Student Elections Board Elections Manual.
- Anything within the Code of Laws that contradicts this Constitution shall be considered null-and-void.
- The Code of Laws shall be the highest authority in the SGA, with the exception of this Constitution and the Student Elections Board Elections Manual.
Section 2: Composition of the Code of Laws.
- All items in the Code of Laws must be supported by an article of legislation that has been passed under the terms of Article III of this Constitution.
- Only new Bills of Law may amend the Code of Laws.
- If a Bill of Law is nullified, then the section of the Code of Laws that was added by that Bill of Law shall be removed.
- The Senate shall have full jurisdiction over the organization of the Code of Laws.