Section 1: Definition and jurisdiction of the Code of Laws.

  1. 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.
  2. Anything within the Code of Laws that contradicts this Constitution shall be considered null-and-void.
  3. 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.

  1. 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.
  2. Only new Bills of Law may amend the Code of Laws.
  3. 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.
  4. The Senate shall have full jurisdiction over the organization of the Code of Laws.