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trade, office or financial credit, or that the person's privacy has been unreasonably invaded, by reason of that reference to the person or corporation; and
(b) requesting that the person or corporation be able to incorporate an appropriate response in the parliamentary record,
if the Speaker is satisfied:
(c) that the subject of the submission is not so obviously trivial or the submission so frivolous, vexatious or offensive in character as to make it inappropriate that it be considered by the Standing Committee on Administration and Procedure; and
(d) that it is practicable for the Standing Committee on Administration and Procedure to consider the submission under this resolution,
the Speaker shall refer the submission to that Committee.
(2) The Committee may decide not to consider a submission referred to it under this resolution if the Committee considers that the subject of the submission is not sufficiently serious or the submission is frivolous, vexatious or offensive in character, and such a decision shall be reported in the Assembly.
(3) If the Committee decides to consider a submission under this resolution, the Committee may confer with the person or corporation who made the submission and any Member who referred in the Assembly to that person or corporation.
(4) In considering a submission under this resolution, the Committee shall meet in private session.
(5) The Committee shall not publish a submission referred to it under this resolution or its proceedings in relation to such a submission, but may present minutes of its proceedings and all or part of such submission to the Assembly.
(6) In considering a submission under this resolution and reporting to the Assembly the Committee shall not consider or judge the truth of any statements made in the Assembly or of the submission.