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Business Bulletin No. 91/2002

Wednesday 5 June 2002

Section G: Bills: Notices and Amendments

  

New amendments to Bills lodged on 27 May 2002

Land Reform (Scotland) Bill - Stage 2

Section 1

Scott Barrie

19 In section 1, page 1, line 11, leave out <created> and insert <secured>

Section 2

Scott Barrie

20 In section 2, page 2, line 15, leave out <contravening any rule of> and insert <disregarding the guidance on>

Section 3

Scott Barrie

21 In section 3, page 2, line 37, leave out <is a contravention of any rule of> and insert <disregards the guidance on>

After section 5

Scott Barrie

22 After section 5, insert-

<Application to public bodies

It is the duty of all public bodies to further the aims and purposes of this Part of this Act.>

Section 6

Scott Barrie

23 In section 6, page 3, line 38, leave out from <building> to end of line 7 on page 4 and insert <dwelling-house or other building and is sufficient to enable a reasonable measure of privacy;>

Scott Barrie

24 In section 6, page 4, line 8, leave out <(b)(iv)> and insert <(b)>

Scott Barrie

25 In section 6, page 4, leave out lines 13 to 15

Scott Barrie

26 In section 6, page 4, leave out lines 17 to 20 and insert <members of the public have been admitted only on payment, for the use of non-natural amenities provided on the land and for which a licence has been granted;>

Scott Barrie

27 In section 6, page 4, line 29, leave out <in an order under section 11 or>

Section 7

Scott Barrie

28 In section 7, page 5, line 5, leave out subsections (3) and (4)

Scott Barrie

29 In section 7, page 5, line 15, leave out subsection (6)

Section 9

Pauline McNeill

Supported by: Scott Barrie

30 In section 9, page 6, line 1, leave out <within subsection (2) below> and insert <which constitutes wilful or reckless interference with the owner's use of the land and causes significant damage to the land or anything on or in it;>

Pauline McNeill

Supported by: Scott Barrie

31 In section 9, page 6, line 5, at end insert-

<( ) being responsible for a dog or other animal which is not under proper control>

Pauline McNeill

Supported by: Scott Barrie

32 In section 9, page 6, line 6, leave out subsection (2)

Scott Barrie

33 In section 9, page 6, line 19, leave out <in an order under section 11 or>

Section 10

Scott Barrie

34 In section 10, page 6, line 28, leave out <rules of> and insert <guidance on>

Section 11

Scott Barrie

35 Leave out section 11

Section 12

Scott Barrie

36 Move section 12 to after section 13

Section 16

Scott Barrie

37 In section 16, page 11, leave out lines 30 and 31

Section 17

Scott Barrie

38 In section 17, page 12, line 30, leave out <at such> and insert <at such times as changes are made to their local plan under section 11 of the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997 (c.8) or at such other>

Section 18

Scott Barrie

16A As an amendment to amendment 16, line 2, at end insert <within a reasonable time>

Section 25

Scott Barrie

39 In section 25, page 17, line 8, leave out from beginning to <case;> in line 14

Long Title

Scott Barrie

40 In the long title, page 1, line 1, leave out <confer and regulate> and insert <secure>

Proposals for Members' Bills

Names marked with an asterisk (*) are new names of support. Proposals that have attracted 11 supporters have those supporters' names shown in bold. The member who lodged such a proposal has the right to introduce a Member's Bill to give effect to that proposal under rule 9.14.

Scott Barrie: Proposed High Hedges (Scotland) Bill-Proposal for a Bill to provide local authorities with the power to deal with complaints regarding high hedges. (lodged 21 May 2002)

Supported by: Paul Martin, Alex Johnstone, Mr Kenneth Macintosh, Mr John Home Robertson, John Farquhar Munro, Mr Jamie Stone, Mr Duncan McNeil, Mr John McAllion, Brian Fitzpatrick, Maureen Macmillan, Ian Jenkins, Rhona Brankin, Jackie Baillie, Elaine Thomson, David Mundell, Shona Robison, Richard Lochhead, Bill Butler, Dr Sylvia Jackson, Robert Brown, Mr Mike Rumbles, Margaret Jamieson, Mr Michael McMahon, Des McNulty, Mr Keith Harding, Johann Lamont, Phil Gallie, Angus MacKay, Pauline McNeill, Elaine Smith, Marilyn Livingstone, Alasdair Morgan, Mary Scanlon, Cathie Craigie, Helen Eadie*, Karen Whitefield*

David McLetchie: Proposed Council of the Law Society of Scotland Bill-Proposal for a Bill to amend the Solicitors (Scotland) Act 1980 to permit the Council of the Law Society of Scotland to delegate its functions; to allow Council committees to appoint sub-committees; and to allow non-solicitors to be members of committees and sub-committees. (lodged 29 May 2002)

Supported by: Donald Gorrie, Roseanna Cunningham, David Mundell*

 

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