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Business Bulletin No. 80 / 2004

Wednesday 12th may 2004

Section G: Bills: Notices and Amendments

  

New Bills introduced or reprinted on 11 May 2004

Local Governance (Scotland) Bill-The Bill was reprinted as amended at Stage 2. (SP Bill 14A) (Executive Bill)

New amendments to Bills lodged on 11 May 2004

Antisocial Behaviour etc. (Scotland) Bill - Stage 2

Before section 65

Donald Gorrie

357A As an amendment to amendment 357, line 21, at end insert-

( ) In determining how fees are to be arrived at under subsection (3)(b) above, account must be taken of fees already paid in relation to a house in multiple occupancy by any person making an application.>

Donald Gorrie

357B As an amendment to amendment 357, line 42, at end insert-

<( ) the relevant person is renting out one or two rooms in the house used as his or her only or main residence.>

Donald Gorrie

357C As an amendment to amendment 357, leave out line 43

Donald Gorrie

360A As an amendment to amendment 360, line 7, after <person> insert <and shall also give such notice to any other person using as a dwelling a house within the local authority owned by the relevant person, together with appropriate advice and assistance.>

Donald Gorrie

364A As an amendment to amendment 364, line 9, at end insert <, and shall also give such notice to any other person using as a dwelling a house within the local authority owned by the relevant person, together with appropriate advice and assistance.>

Section 112

Donald Gorrie

403 In section 112, page 63, line 1, at beginning insert <Part 8 of this Act shall come into force on such day as the Scottish Ministers may by order appoint, after-

(a) the Scottish Ministers have consulted the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (or any future representative body of local authorities) and representatives of private landlords and relevant housing associations on the development of an appropriate registration system for private landlords;

(b) the Scottish Ministers have laid before the Scottish Parliament a report on the consultation;

(c) any parliamentary committee whose remit includes housing has considered the report; and

(d) a meeting of the Parliament has considered the report.

( ) The rest of>

 

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