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Amendments to the Criminal Justice and Court Services Bill

Criminal Justice and Court Services Bill -
Amendments to be debated in the House of Lords

 COMMONS REASONS FOR DISAGREEING TO CERTAIN LORDS
AMENDMENTS, COMMONS AMENDMENTS IN LIEU OF CERTAIN
LORDS AMENDMENTS TO WHICH THE COMMONS HAVE
DISAGREED, COMMONS AMENDMENTS TO THE WORDS
RESTORED TO THE BILL BY THE COMMONS' DISAGREEMENT TO
CERTAIN LORDS AMENDMENTS, COMMONS CONSEQUENTIAL
AMENDMENTS TO THE BILL AND COMMONS AMENDMENTS TO
CERTAIN LORDS AMENDMENTS
 

[The page and line refer to HL Bill 83 as first printed for the Lords.]

Amendment
No.
 
  
Clause 5
 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 14
 
     Page 3, line 24, leave out ("accommodation") and insert ("supervision")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
14A     Because the Commons believe that it is necessary to make clear the circumstances in which accommodation may be provided in approved premises under the arrangements in question. 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 15
 
     Page 3, line 25, leave out ("at any time")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
15A     Because the Commons do not believe that it is appropriate to restrict in the manner proposed the category of person for whom the service in question may be provided under arrangements made by local probation boards. 
  
Clause 7
 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 25
 
     Page 4, line 30, at end insert (", provided that no such direction shall merge the functions of the Chief Inspector with those of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Prisons")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
25A     Because the Commons believe that it is unnecessary to impose the proposed restriction on the power to give directions. 
  
Clause 18
 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 39
 
     Page 8, line 28, leave out ("(other than a chief probation officer)")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
39A     Because the Commons believe that the changes proposed to be made in connection with a chief officer of a local probation board are not appropriate. 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 41
 
     Page 8, line 37, leave out paragraph (b)
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
41A     Because the Commons believe that it is not appropriate for local probation boards to hold land. 
  
Clause 19
 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 42
 
     Page 9, line 3, leave out ("Service") and insert ("new employer")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
42A     Because the Commons believe that it is not appropriate for local probation boards to hold land. 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 43
 
     Page 9, line 7, leave out ("Service") and insert ("new employer")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
43A     Because the Commons believe that it is not appropriate for local probation boards to hold land. 
  
Clause 20
 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 44
 
     Page 9, line 20, leave out subsection (2)
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment but propose the following Amendments to the words so restored to the Bill--
 
44A     Page 9, line 22, leave out ("for") and insert ("of") 
44B     Page 9, line 23, after ("local") insert ("probation") 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 45
 
     Page 9, line 25, leave out ("or persons so employed")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
45A     Because the Commons believe that the changes proposed to be made in connection with a chief officer of a local probation board are not appropriate. 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 46
 
     Page 9, line 27, leave out ("or person so employed")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
46A     Because the Commons believe that the changes proposed to be made in connection with a chief officer of a local probation board are not appropriate. 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 48
 
     Page 9, line 30, leave out ("and chief probation officers")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
48A     Because the Commons believe that the changes proposed to be made in connection with a chief officer of a local probation board are not appropriate. 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 49
 
     Page 9, line 30, leave out ("or appointed")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
49A     Because the Commons believe that the changes proposed to be made in connection with a chief officer of a local probation board are not appropriate. 
  
Clause 22
 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 50
 
     Leave out Clause 22
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment but propose the following Amendments to the words so restored to the Bill--
 
50A     Page 10, line 35, leave out ("for") and insert ("of") 
50B     Page 10, line 35, after ("local") insert ("probation") 
50C     Page 10, line 45, after ("local") insert ("probation") 
50D     Page 11, line 6, leave out ("for") and insert ("of") 
50E     Page 11, line 6, after ("local") insert ("probation") 
50F     Page 11, line 12, after ("local") insert ("probation") 
  
Clause 41
 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 76
 
     Page 24, leave out lines 31 to line 38
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment but propose the following Amendments in lieu thereof--
 
76A     Page 22, line 39, leave out ("one year") and insert ("two years") 
76B     Page 23, line 5, leave out ("one year") and insert ("two years") 
76C     Page 81, line 17, leave out ("one year") and insert ("two years")
 
    The Commons further propose the following Amendments to the words so restored to the Bill--
 
76D     Page 24, line 31, leave out from ("direct") to ("shall") in line 36 and insert ("that section 40A(5) above") 
76E     Page 24, line 37, leave out ("so specified") and insert ("specified in the order") 
  
Clause 42
 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 78
 
     Page 26, leave out lines 12 to 15
 
    The Commons agree to this Amendment and have made the following consequential Amendments to the Bill--
 
78A     Page 78, line 23, leave out ("58B(4)") 
78B     Page 78, line 30, leave out ("40C(2) or 58B(4)") and insert ("or 40C(2)") 
  
Clause 45
 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 79
 
     Page 29, leave out lines 14 to 19
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment but propose the following Amendments to the words so restored to the Bill--
 
79A     Page 29, leave out lines 15 to 17 
79B     Page 29, line 19, leave out ("so specified") and insert ("specified in the order") 
  
Clause 46
 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 80
 
     Page 30, leave out lines 15 to 20
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment but propose the following Amendments in lieu thereof--
 
80A     Page 29, line 27, leave out ("one year") and insert ("two years") 
80B     Page 81, line 10, leave out ("one year") and insert ("two years")
 
    The Commons further propose the following Amendments to the words so restored to the Bill--
 
80C     Page 30, leave out lines 16 to 18 
80D     Page 30, line 20, leave out ("so specified") and insert ("specified in the order") 
  
Clause 63
 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 106
 
     Page 43, line 2, at end insert--
 
    ("(  )  This section shall apply only in cases where the failure to attend school is with the knowledge and consent of the parent or other adult responsible for securing the child's attendance at school.")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment but propose the following Amendments in lieu thereof--
 
106A     Page 42, line 35, leave out from beginning to ("of") and insert ("In section 444") 
106B     Page 42, line 36, leave out from ("school)") to ("is") in line 37 and insert-- 
 ("(a)  after subsection (1) there is inserted-- 
 
        (1A)  If in the circumstances mentioned in subsection (1) the parent knows that his child is failing to attend regularly at the school and fails without reasonable justification to cause him to do so, he is guilty of an offence.",
 
 (b)  in subsection (8), for "this section" there is substituted "subsection (1)",

(c)  after that subsection there is inserted--

 
 
        (8A)  A person guilty of an offence under subsection (1A)")
 
106C     Page 42, line 41, at end insert--
        ("(8B)  If, on the trial of an offence under subsection (1A), the court finds the defendant not guilty of that offence but is satisfied that he is guilty of an offence under subsection (1), the court may find him guilty of that offence")
 
  
Schedule 1
 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 121
 
     Page 46, line 10, at end insert--
 
    ("(  )  The chief officer is to be appointed by the Board with the approval of the Secretary of State.")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
121A     Because the Commons believe that the changes proposed to be made in connection with a chief officer of a local probation board are not appropriate. 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 122
 
     Page 46, line 11, leave out (", the chief officer")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
122A     Because the Commons believe that the changes proposed to be made in connection with a chief officer of a local probation board are not appropriate. 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 123
 
     Page 46, line 31, leave out sub-paragraph (5)
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
123A     Because the Commons believe that the changes proposed to be made in connection with a chief officer of a local probation board are not appropriate. 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 124
 
     Page 46, line 33, leave out ("sub-paragraph (5) and")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
124A     Because the Commons believe that the changes proposed to be made in connection with a chief officer of a local probation board are not appropriate. 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 130
 
     Page 47, line 37, leave out paragraph 10
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment but propose the following Amendment to the words so restored to the Bill--
 
130A     Page 47, line 37, after ("local") insert ("probation") 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 135
 
 Page 48, line 12, after ("holding") insert ("or managing land and other")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
135A     Because the Commons believe that it is not appropriate for local probation boards to hold land and it is not necessary to confer on them the proposed power to manage. 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 137
 
     Page 48, line 18, after ("hold") insert ("or manage")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
137A     Because the Commons believe that it is not necessary to confer on local probation boards the proposed power to manage. 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 138
 
     Page 48, line 18, at end insert ("without the approval of the Secretary of State")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
138A     Because the Commons believe that it is not appropriate for local probation boards to hold land and it is not necessary to confer on them the proposed power to manage. 
  
Schedule 6
 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 245
 
     Page 78, line 20, leave out ("40(2), 40C(2), 58B(4),") and insert ("40(2)(b), 40C(2)(b),")
 
    The Commons agree to this Amendment with the following Amendment--
 
245A     Line 2, leave out ("40C(2)(b)") and insert ("40C(2)") 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 246
 
     Page 78, line 21, leave out ("7(9) or 8(8)") and insert ("7(9)(b) or 8(8)(b)")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
246A     Because the Commons believe that the Amendment is not necessary in consequence of the Amendments made by the Commons to the words so restored to the Bill by the disagreement of the Commons with Lords Amendments Nos. 79 and 80. 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 247
 
     Page 78, line 22, at end insert--
          ("(  )  after "15(1)" there is inserted "40(2)(a), 40C(2)(a)",")
    The Commons agree to this Amendment with the following Amendment--
 
247A     Line 3, leave out ("40C(2)(a)") 
  
LORDS AMENDMENT NO. 248
 
     Page 78, line 24, after second ("or") insert ("paragraph 7(9)(a) or 8(8)(a) of Schedule 2 or")
 
    The Commons disagree to this Amendment for the following Reason--
 
248A     Because the Commons believe that the Amendment is not necessary in consequence of the Amendments made by the Commons to the words so restored to the Bill by the disagreement of the Commons with Lords Amendments Nos. 79 and 80. 
 
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