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ANNEX A

BILLS INTRODUCED

The following Bills were introduced on the dates shown—

25 May 2000

Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Scotland) Bill—A Bill for an Act of the Scottish Parliament to regulate surveillance and the use of covert human intelligence sources. (SP Bill 16) (Executive Bill)

Introduced by:            Mr Jim Wallace
Supported by:            Angus MacKay

Explanatory Notes (and other accompanying documents) (SP Bill 16-EN) and a Policy Memorandum (SP Bill 16-PM) were printed to accompany the Bill.

Bail, Judicial Appointments etc. (Scotland) Bill—A Bill for an Act of the Scottish Parliament to change the law about bail; to abolish temporary sheriffs and create a new kind of sheriff; to change the law about justices of the peace; and to abolish district court prosecutions brought on behalf of or by local authorities. (SP Bill 17) (Executive Bill)

Introduced by:            Mr Jim Wallace
Supported by:            Angus MacKay

Explanatory Notes (and other accompanying documents) (SP Bill 17-EN) and a Policy Memorandum (SP Bill 17-PM) were printed to accompany the Bill.

5 June 2000

Transport (Scotland) Bill—A Bill for an Act of the Scottish Parliament to make provision about transport; to make provision as respects certain bridges; to amend section 21 of the Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Act 1970; to amend sections 26, 28 and 63 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984; and for connected purposes. (SP Bill 18) (Executive Bill)

Introduced by: Sarah Boyack
Supported by: Mr Jim Wallace, Mr Jack McConnell, Ms Wendy Alexander

Explanatory Notes (and other accompanying documents) (SP Bill 18-EN) and a Policy Memorandum (SP Bill 18-PM) were printed to accompany the Bill.

3 July 2000

Mortgage Rights (Scotland) Bill—A Bill for an Act of the Scottish Parliament to provide for the suspension in certain circumstances of enforcement rights of a creditor in a standard security over property used for residential purposes and the continuation of proceedings relating to those rights; to make provision for notifying tenants and other occupiers of enforcement action by a creditor in a standard security; and for connected purposes. (SP Bill 19) (Member’s Bill)

Introduced by: Cathie Craigie

Explanatory Notes (and other accompanying documents) (SP Bill 19-EN) were printed to accompany the Bill.

 

28 September 2000

Salmon Conservation (Scotland) Bill—A Bill for an Act of the Scottish Parliament to make further provision about the conservation of salmon and sea trout. (SP Bill 20) (Executive Bill)

Introduced by:            Ross Finnie
Supported by:            Mr John Home Robertson

Explanatory Notes (and other accompanying documents) (SP Bill 20-EN) and a Policy Memorandum (SP Bill 20-PM) were printed to accompany the Bill.

5 October 2000

Education (Graduate Endowment and Student Support) (Scotland) Bill—A Bill for an Act of the Scottish Parliament to make provision for certain individuals to make payments in respect of the provision of certain courses of higher education undertaken by them; to make further provision as respects financial support for students; and to make provision exempting students from liability for council tax. (SP Bill 21) (Executive Bill)

Introduced by: Henry McLeish
Supported by: Nicol Stephen

Explanatory Notes (and other accompanying documents) (SP Bill 21-EN) and a Policy Memorandum (SP Bill 21-PM) were printed to accompany the Bill.

The Bill was withdrawn on 7 December 2000.

7 December 2000

Education (Graduate Endowment and Student Support) (Scotland) (No.2) BillA Bill for an Act of the Scottish Parliament to make provision for the payment by certain persons of the graduate endowment; to make provision in relation to the use of income arising from the graduate endowment for the purposes of the financial support of students; to make further provision as respects financial support for students; and to make provision exempting students from liability for council tax. (SP Bill 22) (Executive Bill)

Introduced by: Ms Wendy Alexander
Supported by: Mr Alasdair Morrison, Nicol Stephen

Explanatory Notes (and other accompanying documents) (SP Bill 22-EN) and a Policy Memorandum (SP Bill 22-PM) were printed to accompany the Bill.

18 December 2000

Housing (Scotland) Bill-A Bill for an Act of the Scottish Parliament to make provision about housing, including provision about homelessness and the allocation of housing accommodation by social landlords, the tenants of social landlords, the regulation of social landlords, Scottish Homes, the strategic housing functions of local authorities and grants for improvement and repairs; and for connected purposes. (SP Bill 23) (Executive Bill)

Introduced by: Jackie Baillie
Supported by: Henry McLeish, Mr Jim Wallace, Ms Wendy Alexander, Ms Margaret Curran

Explanatory Notes (and other accompanying documents) (SP Bill 23-EN) and a Policy Memorandum (SP Bill 23-PM) were printed to accompany the Bill.

20 December 2000

Regulation of Care (Scotland) Bill—A Bill for an Act of the Scottish Parliament to establish the Scottish Commission for the Regulation of Care and the Scottish Social Services Council; to make provision for the registration and regulation of care services and for the registration, regulation and training of social service workers; to enable local authorities to make grants in respect of activities relating to child care and family support and to make direct payments to children in respect of certain care services; to enable the Scottish Ministers to delegate a power to make certain grants and loans for social work; to enable local authorities to provide and maintain residential accommodation in which nursing is provided; to amend the definition of "place of safety" in the Children (Scotland) Act 1995; to make further provision as respects the appointment for children of curators ad litem, reporting officers and safeguarders; and for connected purposes. (SP Bill 24) (Executive Bill)

Introduced by: Susan Deacon
Supported by: Ms Wendy Alexander, Malcolm Chisholm, Nicol Stephen

Explanatory Notes (and other accompanying documents) (SP Bill 24-EN) and a Policy Memorandum (SP Bill 24-PM) were printed to accompany the Bill.

10 January 2001

Convention Rights (Compliance) (Scotland) Bill—A Bill for an Act of the Scottish Parliament to amend certain enactments relating to the sentencing and release of life prisoners, the constitution of the Parole Board, legal advice and assistance and legal aid, homosexual offences and the appointment and removal of the procurator fiscal of the Lyon Court which are or may be incompatible with the European Convention on Human Rights; and to enable further changes in the law where it is or may be incompatible with the Convention. (SP Bill 25) (Executive Bill)

Introduced by:            Mr Jim Wallace
Supported by:            Iain Gray

Explanatory Notes (and other accompanying documents) (SP Bill 25-EN) and a Policy Memorandum (SP Bill 25-PM) were printed to accompany the Bill.

19 January 2001

Budget (Scotland) (No.2) Bill—A Bill for an Act of the Scottish Parliament to make provision, for financial year 2001/02, for the use of resources by the Scottish Administration and certain bodies whose expenditure is payable out of the Scottish Consolidated Fund, for authorising the payment of sums out of the Fund, for the maximum amount of relevant expenditure for the purposes of section 94(5) of the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973 (c.65) and the maximum amounts of borrowing by certain statutory bodies; to make provision, for financial year 2002/03, for authorising the payment of sums out of the Fund on a temporary basis; and for connected purposes.  (SP Bill 26) (Budget Bill)

Introduced by:            Angus MacKay
Supported by:            Henry McLeish, Mr Jim Wallace, Mr Tom McCabe

Accompanying documents (SP Bill 26-AD) were printed to accompany the Bill.

4 April 2001

International Criminal Court (Scotland) Bill—A Bill for an Act of the Scottish Parliament to make provision for offences under the law of Scotland corresponding to offences within the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court; to enable assistance to be provided to that court in relation to investigations and prosecutions; to make provision in relation to the enforcement of sentences and orders of that court; and for connected purposes. (SP Bill 27) (Executive Bill)

Introduced by:            Mr Jim Wallace
Supported by:            Colin Boyd, Iain Gray

Explanatory Notes (and other accompanying documents) (SP Bill 27-EN) and a Policy Memorandum (SP Bill 27-PM) were printed to accompany the Bill.

5 April 2001

Scottish Local Authorities (Tendering) Bill—A Bill for an Act of the Scottish Parliament to remove the time limit on the period during which the provisions about competition in the Local Government Act 1988 may be modified in relation to local authorities. (SP Bill 28) (Executive Bill)

Introduced by: Angus MacKay
Supported by: Peter Peacock

Explanatory Notes (and other accompanying documents) (SP Bill 28-EN) and a Policy Memorandum (SP Bill 28-PM) were printed to accompany the Bill.