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Serious Crime Bill 2006-07

Government Bill - Introduced by Baroness Scotland of Asthal, Home Office

Progress of Bill including links to debates

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Royal Assent
30 Oct 07 Serious Crime Act 2007 Ch 27 PDF Royal assent - pdf version
30 Oct 07 Serious Crime Act 2007 Ch 27 Royal Assent - html version
Ping pong
23 Oct 07AmendmentsMarshalled List for Consideration of Commons Amendments as at 23 October 2007
22 Oct 07 HL Bill 108 06-07PDF Commons Amendments - pdf version
22 Oct 07 HL Bill 108 06-07 Commons Amendments - html version
Commons
22 Oct 07ProceedingsReport Stage Proceedings as at 22 October 2007
22 Oct 07AmendmentsConsideration of Bill as at 22 October 2007
10 July 07 Bill 140 06-07PDF Bill as amended in Public Bill Committee - pdf version
10 July 07 Bill 140 06-07 Bill as amended in Public Bill Committee - html version
10 July 07ProceedingsPublic Bill Committee Proceedings as at 10 July 2007
10 July 07Amendment paperPublic Bill Committee Amendments as at 10 July 2007
5 July 07ProceedingsPublic Bill Committee Proceedings as at 5 July 2007
5 July 07Amendment paperPublic Bill Committee Amendments as at 5 July 2007
3 July 07ProceedingsPublic Bill Committee Proceedings as at 3 July 2007
3 July 07Amendment paperPublic Bill Committee Amendments as at 3 July 2007
28 June 07ProceedingsPublic Bill Committee Proceedings as at 28 June 2007
28 June 07Amendment paperPublic Bill Committee Amendments as at 28 June 2007
26 June 07ProceedingsPublic Bill Committee Proceedings for 26 June 2007
26 June 07Amendment paperPublic Bill Committee Amendments as at 26 June 2007
10 May 07 Bill 103 06-07PDF Bill as brought from the Lords - pdf version
10 May 07 Bill 103 06-07 Bill as brought from the Lords - html version
Lords
8 May 07 Amendment Paper Marshalled List of Amendments to be moved on third Reading as at 8 May 2007
30 April 07 HL Bill 66 06-07PDF Bill as amended on Report - pdf version
30 April 07 HL Bill 66 06-07 Bill as amended on Report - html version
26 April 07 Amendment PaperSecond Marshalled List of Amendments to be moved on Report as at 26 April 2007
25 April 07 Amendment PaperSupplementary to the Marshalled List of Amendments to be moved on Report as at 25 April 2007
23 April 07 Amendment PaperMarshalled List of Amendments to be moved on Report as at 23 April 2007
27 Mar 07 HL Bill 59 06-07PDF Bill as amended in Committee - pdf version
27 Mar 07 HL Bill 59 06-07 Bill as amended in Committee - html version
26 Mar 07 Amendment PaperFifth Marshalled List of Amendments to be moved in Committee as at 26 March 2007
22 Mar 07 Amendment PaperFourth Marshalled List of Amendments to be moved in Committee as at 22 March 2007
20 Mar 07 Amendment PaperRevised Third Marshalled List of Amendments to be moved in Committee as at 20 March 2007
19 Mar 07 Amendment PaperThird Marshalled List of Amendments to be moved in Committee as at 19 March 2007
12 Mar 07 Amendment Paper Second Marshalled List of Amendments to be moved in Committee as at 12 March 2007
9 Mar 07 Amendment Paper Supplementary to the Marshalled List of Amendments to be moved in Committee as at 9 March 2007
8 Mar 07 Amendment Paper Supplementary to the Marshalled List of Amendments to be moved in Committee as at 8 March 2007
5 Mar 07 Amendment Paper Marshalled List of Amendments to be moved in Committee as at 5 March 2007
16 Jan 07 HL Bill 27 06-07PDF Bill as Introduced - pdf version
16 Jan 07 HL Bill 27 06-07 Bill as Introduced - html version

About the Bill

Make provision about serious crime prevention orders; to create offences inrespect of the encouragement or assistance of crime; to enable information tobe shared or processed to prevent fraud; to enable data matching to beconducted both in relation to fraud and for other purposes; to transferfunctions of the Director of the Assets Recovery Agency to the SeriousOrganised Crime Agency and other persons and to make further provision inconnection with the abolition of the Agency and the office of Director; toamend the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 in relation to certain investigations andin relation to accredited financial investigators and search warrants; to makeamendments relating to Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs in connectionwith the regulation of investigatory powers; and for connected purposes.

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