In Westminster parliaments, leaving the house or leaving the Senate is a concept similar to that of unanimous approval. If a member asks for leave to do something different from the rules, a single objection may prevail.   There are two orders of standing that expressly provide for the application of unanimous consent. The first states that a Member who has tabled a motion can only withdraw it with the unanimous agreement of the Assembly.”417 The content of this rule has been in effect since Confederation and reflects the principle that any motion, once it has moved, is the property of the house. It also applies to amendments and sub-amendments. See z.B. Debates, May 18, 1983, 25550; June 6, 2013, p. 17880 (unanimously approved, as a minister submitted the application and was considered to be spoken). During the splits, unanimous approval was obtained to apply the results from one vote to another vote,409 or to vote line by line 410, or to apply members` votes to the following divisions.411 By unanimous consensus, registered divisions were considered requested and considered adjourned.412 A private member may obtain unanimous approval to record a document mentioned in the debate. 413 See, z.B. Journals, October 22, 2013, 47.
Contracts for deferred sectors were also awarded unanimously. See z.B. Journals, May 29, 2015, 2594. An existing practice was codified in 1991 in the Standing Orders, so that a 20-minute speaking time can be divided into two parts if the party says “whip” to the president (Standing Order 43 (2)). This codification was extended in 2005 to permanent decision 43, paragraph 2, point b), which allows any member to notify the spokesperson immediately after his speech to that end. The unanimous agreement was also reached for other areas of opinion of speaking time. See z.B. Debates, October 7, 2004, p. 109; Journals, May 27, 2015, 2577. Sometimes Parliament can leave, vary or fill the rules it has enacted for itself. Where Parliament has made substantial or permanent changes to its procedures or practices, it has generally made a request preceded by notification; On the other hand, ad hoc amendments are often made by seeking the agreement of all Members present in this House at the time of the abandonment of rules or practices. Such a suspension of the usual rules or practices is obtained by the so-called “unanimous consent.387 If unanimous approval is obtained, the President shall ensure that no votes are raised in the opposition; If there is only one dissenting voice, there can be no unanimity.388 If the Assembly proceeds unanimously, it is recorded in the official minutes.389 If many rules are to be suspended or amended at the same time, confusion is avoided by ensuring that the request specifies how the Assembly should proceed.390 periodic, 17 May, 1991, p.
44-5; May 23, 1991, 59. The reinstatement of five other bills from the previous session was unanimously denied. These other five bills were then taken over by the Order of the House after a government motion was passed (Journals, May 29, 1991, p. 102-9). If an item is before the Assembly to act, z.B a dissolution, it is the right of each member to have it read once.  Another case of this requirement is the reading of the minutes. Unanimous approval is required not to be read. Any member can demand that the minutes be read and it should be done.  This permanent decision was the subject of procedural challenges prior to its adoption in 1991424 and on the first two occasions invoked.425 Since then, it was invoked several times after routine requests were unanimously rejected.426 In 2001, attempts were made to use it to determine in advance the result of all votes after the first recorded division of the main estimate.