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Weekly Information Bulletin: 23rd June 2001

DELEGATED LEGISLATION

The most common form of delegated legislation, or secondary legislation, is Statutory Instruments. Those requiring parliamentary approval are subject to either the affrmative or negative procedure: this is explained in HCIO Factsheet L7.

The laying of Orders before the House of Commons is recorded in the Statutory Instrument List published by the Journal Office: http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmsilist/cmsilist.htm. This list record when Orders were laid and in the case of affirmative instuments, whether a motion for their approval has been tabled. In the case of Negative Instruments, the number of praying days left (in which a motion calling for the instrument to be annulled may be laid) is noted.

DRAFT PROVISIONAL ORDERS AND ORDER CONFIRMATION BILLS

PROCEEDINGS AS AT 23 JUNE 2001

Abbreviations

1R:    First Reading;

CC:    Bill considered by Commons (normally the first stage for a bill on which no enquiry has been held);

LC:    Bill considered by Lords;

2R:    Second Reading

3R:    Third Reading;

Deb:    Bill debated, (usually stages are taken formally);

P:    Proposed date of next stage

Bills are not reprinted by the second House.

See Private Bill-General Notes for details of Agents

For an explanation of Parliamentary consideration of Provisional Orders and Order Conformation Bills see

HCIO Factsheet L9

Bill to confirm Orders for the purposes of the Statutory Orders (Special Procedure) Act 1945

None

Order Confirmation Bills under the Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act 1936

None

Copies of Draft Provisional Orders deposited under the Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act 1936

The Chairman of Committees (Lords) and Chairman of Ways and Means (Commons) have reported that these orders should be allowed to proceed:

Balloch Footbridge    (Rees and Freres)

Burrell Collection (Lending)    (Bircham Dyson Bell)

City of Edinburgh Rapid Transit    (Bircham Dyson Bell)

Lothian Regional Council    (Bircham Dyson Bell)

Lothian Regional Council (Port Edgar)    (Bircham Dyson Bell)

Strathclyde Crossrail    (Rees and Freres)

Strathclyde Tram    (Bircham Dyson Bell)

Copies of Draft Provisional Orders deposited under the Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act 1936

None

 
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