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Business Bulletin No. 129/2004

Tuesday 14 September 2004

Section G: Bills: Notices and Amendments

  

New amendments to Bills lodged on 13 September 2004

School Education (Ministerial Powers and Independent Schools) (Scotland) – Stage 2

Section 1

Robert Brown

55 In section 1, page 2, line 1, after <writing;> insert—

<( ) specify the failure or failures in respect of which the reference is made;>

 

Robert Brown

56 In section 1, page 2, line 36, at beginning insert <having regard to the seriousness of that failure,>

 

Robert Brown

57 In section 1, page 3, line 3, after second <action> insert <reasonably>

 

Section 2

Robert Brown

58 In section 2, page 4, line 3, after <writing;> insert—

<( ) specify the failure or failures in respect of which the reference is made;>

 

Robert Brown

59 In section 2, page 4, line 34, at beginning insert <having regard to the seriousness of that failure,>

 

Robert Brown

60 In section 2, page 4, line 38, after second <action> insert <reasonably>

 

Section 4

Robert Brown

61 In section 4, page 6, line 37, after <such> insert <reasonable>

 

Section 5

Robert Brown

62 In section 5, page 9, line 40, after <any> insert <reasonable>

 

Robert Brown

63 In section 5, page 12, line 32, after <such> insert <reasonable>

 

Tenements (Scotland) Bill – Stage 3

Before section 5

Dennis Canavan

79 Before section 5, insert—

<Ombudsman for Tenements

(1) The Scottish Ministers shall by regulation make provision for the establishment of the Office of the Ombudsman for Tenements and for the appointment of an Ombudsman.

(2) The functions of the Ombudsman shall be to resolve disputes between residents of different flats in a tenement, or between a resident of a tenement and any factor or manager of that tenement, as to the management or maintenance of the tenement, or as to the alleged—

(a) breach of the duty set out in section 8(1), or

(b) failure to comply with the prohibitions set out in section 9(1),

of this Act.

(3) In this section, "maintenance" and "manager" have the same meaning as in Rule 1.5 of the Tenement Management Scheme.

(4) Regulations made under this section may provide that an application to the sheriff under section 5(1) of this Act may not be made unless the applicant has already sought to have the disagreement resolved though the offices of the Ombudsman.>

 

Section 5

Dennis Canavan

80 In section 5, page 3, line 40, at beginning insert <Subject to section (Ombudsman for Tenements) (4),>

 

Section 11

Miss Annabel Goldie

22A As an amendment to amendment 22, line 16, leave out <the new owner acquired right to the flat> and insert <missives were concluded>

 

 

 

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