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Business Bulletin No. 48 / 2004

Tuesday 16th march 2004

Section G: Bills: Notices and Amendments

  

New amendments to Bills lodged on 15 March 2004

Criminal Procedure (Amendment) (Scotland) Bill - Stage 2

Section 8

Pauline McNeill

192 In section 8, page 12, line 36, leave out from beginning to <applies> in line 37 and insert <However, where, in appointing a day for the holding of the trial diet, the court has indicated that the diet is to be a floating diet, the diet shall normally commence on the day appointed but>

Section 11

Bill Butler

193 In section 11, page 15, line 33, at beginning insert <after evidence has been led against the accused,>

Bill Butler

194 In section 11, page 15, line 33, leave out from <and> to <and> in line 36 and insert-

<( ) the court is satisfied that the accused was cited in accordance with section 66 of this Act; and

( ) the failure to appear occurred at a point in proceedings where the court, after hearing the parties, is satisfied that>

Bill Butler

195 In section 11, page 16, line 1, after <trial> insert <(including by allowing further evidence to be led in respect of charges where evidence has already been led or evidence to be led in respect of any other charges on the indictment)>

Bill Butler

196 In section 11, page 16, line 2, after <case> insert <(including by allowing a verdict to be returned)>

Section 12

Marlyn Glen

197 In section 12, page 17, line 12, after <proceedings,> insert <deliberately and obstructively>

Marlyn Glen

198 In section 12, page 17, line 13, leave out from <; and> to end of line 15

Marlyn Glen

199 In section 12, page 17, line 17, after <witness> insert <is being deliberately obstructive and>

Marlyn Glen

200 In section 12, page 19, line 1, leave out from <(1)(a)> to end of line 14 and insert <(1)(b) which includes, under subsection (5), a movement restriction condition, the court may, at its own hand, impose, as a further condition of bail, a remote monitoring requirement.>

Marlyn Glen

111A As an amendment to amendment 111, line 2, leave out <(7)(b)(ii)> and insert <(7)>

Pauline McNeill

111B As an amendment to amendment 111, line 3, leave out <or (1A)>

Pauline McNeill

112A As an amendment to amendment 112, line 2, leave out <or (1A)>

Marlyn Glen

115A As an amendment to amendment 115, line 4, leave out <(7)(b)(ii)> and insert <(7)>

Pauline McNeill

115B As an amendment to amendment 115, line 5, leave out <or (1A)>

Marlyn Glen

118A As an amendment to amendment 118, line 7, leave out <90B(7)(b)(ii)> and insert <90B(7)>

Section 14

Pauline McNeill

201 In section 14, page 23, line 33, leave out from <refused> to end of line 5 on page 24 and insert <decided to admit a person to bail subject to a movement restriction condition (as well as any other conditions required to be imposed under section 24(4) of this Act) the court may, at its own hand, impose, as a further condition of bail, a remote monitoring requirement.>

Pauline McNeill

128A As an amendment to amendment 128, leave out lines 2 to 7

Pauline McNeill

128B As an amendment to amendment 128, line 12, leave out from <referred> to end of line 14 and insert <charged with or convicted of murder or rape, the court shall disregard the availability of the power conferred by subsection (1) above.>

Pauline McNeill

128C As an amendment to amendment 128, line 17, leave out <(1A)> and insert <(1)>

Pauline McNeill

129A As an amendment to amendment 129, line 2, leave out <or (1A)>

Pauline McNeill

131A As an amendment to amendment 131, line 2, leave out <or (1A)>

Pauline McNeill

139A As an amendment to amendment 139, line 2, leave out <or (1A)>

Pauline McNeill

141A As an amendment to amendment 141, line 3, leave out <or (1A)>

Pauline McNeill

150A As an amendment to amendment 150, line 2, leave out <or (1A)>

Pauline McNeill

152A As an amendment to amendment 152, line 2, leave out <or (1A)>

Pauline McNeill

157A As an amendment to amendment 157, line 13, leave out <or (1A)>

Pauline McNeill

158A As an amendment to amendment 158, line 6, leave out <or (1A)>

Pauline McNeill

158B As an amendment to amendment 158, line 21, leave out <or (1A)>

Pauline McNeill

158C As an amendment to amendment 158, line 31, leave out <or (1A)>

Pauline McNeill

158D As an amendment to amendment 158, line 37, leave out <or (1A)>

Pauline McNeill

158E As an amendment to amendment 158, line 44, leave out <or (1A)>

Pauline McNeill

158F As an amendment to amendment 158, line 51, leave out <or (1A)>

Pauline McNeill

158G As an amendment to amendment 158, line 56, leave out <or (1A)>

Pauline McNeill

158H As an amendment to amendment 158, line 68, leave out <or (1A)>

Pauline McNeill

158I As an amendment to amendment 158, line 80, leave out <or (1A)>

Schedule

Pauline McNeill

166A As an amendment to amendment 166, line 10, after <shall> insert <, subject to section 65(1) and (1A),>

 

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 of the Standing Orders.

Mark Ballard: Proposed Reform of Council Tax and Business Rates Bill-Proposal for a Bill to reform local taxation by shifting the basis of assessment away from whole-property value onto land value. (lodged 12 March 2004)

 

 

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