Scotland Bill

Second
MARSHALLED
LIST OF Amendments
to be moved
in committee

The amendments have been marshalled in accordance with the Instruction of 1st December 2015, as follows—

Clauses 34 to 41
Schedule 2
Clauses 42 to 64
Clauses 13 to 18
Schedule 1
Clauses 19 to 33
Clauses 65 to 70
Title

[Amendments marked * are new or have been altered]

Clause 34

LORD MCAVOY

LORD DAVIDSON OF GLEN CLOVA

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

43

Page 33, line 18, leave out “may” and insert “must”

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

LORD MCCLUSKEY

LORD MACKAY OF DRUMADOON

44

Page 33, line 18, leave out “may” and insert “must, following agreement with the
Scottish Government,”

THE EARL OF KINNOULL

45

Page 33, line 20, leave out from second “the” to “(“the transferee”)” and insert
“Scottish Crown Estate Commissioners”

LORD MCAVOY

LORD DAVIDSON OF GLEN CLOVA

46

Page 33, line 20, leave out “Ministers” and insert “Parliament”

THE EARL OF KINNOULL

47

Page 33, line 21, at end insert—

“(1A)    The Secretary of State shall, by regulations made by statutory
instrument, specify the powers and functions of the Scottish Crown
Estate Commissioners.

(1B)    Regulations under subsection (1A) shall ensure that provision is
made for the independence and neutrality of the Scottish Crown
Estate Commissioners.

(1C)    A statutory instrument containing regulations under subsection
(1A) may not be made unless a draft of the instrument has been laid
before, and approved by a resolution of, each House of Parliament.”

48

[Withdrawn]

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

48A

Page 35, line 17, at end insert—

“90C          The Crown Estate: island authorities

(1)     The scheme under section 90B of the Scotland Act 1998 shall make
provision for the Scottish Ministers to transfer to the management
of each of Shetland Islands Council, Orkney Islands Council and
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar (“the island authorities”) on the islands
transfer date all the existing Scottish functions of the
Commissioners relating to those parts of the Scottish zone
surrounding each of the island authorities.

(2)     The exact extent of the parts of the Scottish zone to be transferred
under subsection (1) will be agreed by the Treasury and Scottish
Ministers in consultation with the island authorities and in
accordance with the principles contained within the United Nations
Convention on the Law of the Sea articles 16, 74 and 84.

(3)     In this section, “the islands transfer date” means a date no later than
one year after the transfer date referred to in section 90B of the
Scotland Act 1998.”

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

LORD MCCLUSKEY

LORD MACKAY OF DRUMADOON

49

Page 35, line 28, leave out “C” and insert “A”

50

Page 35, line 34, leave out “then, instead of the type C procedure,”

51

Page 35, line 34, leave out “I” and insert “A”

Clause 35

LORD MCAVOY

LORD DAVIDSON OF GLEN CLOVA

52

Page 37, leave out lines 6 to 23 and insert—

““The subject-matter of Part 11, Chapter 1, of the Equality Act 2010
(public sector equality duty).

Equal opportunities in relation to the Scottish functions of any
Scottish public authority or cross-border public authority including
appointments to the board of any Scottish public authority. The
provision falling within this exception includes provision that
reproduces or applies an enactment contained in the Equality Act
2006 or the Equality Act 2010 without affecting the enactment as it
applies for the purposes of those Acts. It does not include any
modification of those Acts, other than modifications of the types
specified in paragraphs (a) to (e)—

(a)   provision that supplements or is otherwise additional to
provision made by those Acts, and which may enhance but
may not diminish the protection and promotion of equal
opportunities afforded by the provision made by those
Acts;

(b)   in particular, provision imposing a requirement to take
action that the Acts do not prohibit;

(c)   provision that extends application of the existing powers
and duties of, or grants additional powers to, the Equality
and Human Rights Commission in respect of provisions
made under any part of subsection 149(3) of the Equality
Act 2010 (public sector equality duty);

(d)   provision that requires the Equality and Human Rights
Commission to attend the proceedings of the Scottish
Parliament for the purposes of giving evidence and to send
each annual report of the Commission to the Scottish
Ministers and that requires the Scottish Ministers to lay each
annual report received before the Scottish Parliament;

(e)   provisions in relation to candidates at an election for
membership of the Scottish Parliament and a local
government election in Scotland.””

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

52A

Page 37, leave out lines 6 to 23 and insert—

““The subject matter of sections 104 to 106 of the Equality Act 2010
(special provision for political parties) in relation to elections to the
Scottish Parliament and local government elections in Scotland. The
provision within this section does not include any modification of
section 104(6) or (7).

The subject-matter of Part 11, Chapter 1 of the Equality Act 2010
(public sector equality duty).

Equal opportunities in relation to the Scottish functions of any
Scottish public authority or cross-border public authority including
appointments to the board of any Scottish public authority. The
provision falling within this exception includes provision that
reproduces or applies an enactment made in or under the Equality
Act 2010, with or without modification, without affecting the
enactment as it applies for the purposes of that Act. It does not
include any modification of that Act, other than modifications of
the types specified in paragraphs (a) and (b)—

(a)   provision that supplements or is otherwise additional to
provision made by that Act, and that enhances but does not
diminish the protection and promotion of equal
opportunities afforded by the provision made by that Act;

(b)   in particular, provision imposing a requirement to take
action that the Act does not prohibit.””

LORD DUNLOP

52AA

Page 37, line 14, leave out “the Equality Act 2006 or”

52AB

Page 37, line 15, leave out “those Acts” and insert “that Act”

52AC

Page 37, line 18, leave out “those Acts” and insert “that Act”

52AD

Page 37, line 20, leave out “the Acts do” and insert “that Act does ”

52AE

Page 37, line 22, leave out “those Acts” and insert “that Act”

52AF

Page 37, line 23, leave out “those Acts” and insert “that Act”

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

52B

Page 37, leave out lines 29 and 30

52C

Page 37, line 32, leave out “the Equality Act 2006,”

LORD DUNLOP

52CA

Page 37, line 32, leave out from first “Act” to “are” in line 33 and insert “2010 and
any subordinate legislation made under that Act”

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

52D

Page 37, line 33, leave out “those Acts” and insert “that Act”

52E

Page 37, line 45, at end insert—

“(9)     In section 105(2) (time-limited provision) after the words “Minister of the
Crown” insert “or, in relation to elections to the Scottish Parliament and
local government elections in Scotland, Scottish Ministers,”.

(10)     In section 106 (information about diversity in range of candidates, etc) after
subsection (11) insert—

“(12)    The Scottish Ministers may by regulations prescribe matters under
this section in respect of elections to the Scottish Parliament.”

(11)     In section 216 (commencement) at the beginning of subsection (3) insert
“Subject to subsection (4),” and after that subsection insert—

“(4)     Section 106, so far as it applies in respect of elections to the Scottish
Parliament, comes into force on such day as the Scottish Ministers
may by order appoint.””

Clause 37

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

52F

Page 39, leave out lines 22 and 23

52G

Page 39, leave out lines 28 and 29

52H

Page 39, line 39, leave out “or otherwise”

After Clause 41

LORD MCAVOY

LORD DAVIDSON OF GLEN CLOVA

53

Insert the following new Clause—

“Obstructive parking

(1)     In Part 2 of Schedule 5 to the Scotland Act 1998, in section E1 (road
transport), after “Exceptions”, insert—

“( )     The subject matter of sections 19 to 22 of the Road Traffic Act 1988
(stopping on verges, etc, or in dangerous positions, etc).

( )     The subject matter of section 41(5) of the Road Traffic Act 1988
(regulation of construction, weight, equipment and use of vehicles)
in so far as it relates to the making of regulations making it an
offence to cause or permit a vehicle to stand on the road so as to
cause any unnecessary obstruction of the road.”

(2)     After section 51 of the Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988 (fixed penalty
offences), insert—

“51A           Offences under the Road Traffic Act 1988

(1)     Any offence in respect of a vehicle under regulations made by
Scottish Ministers under section 41(5) of the Road Traffic Act 1988
(regulation of construction, weight, equipment and use of vehicles)
is a fixed penalty offence for the purposes of this Part if it is
specified as such in those regulations, but subject to subsection (2).

(2)     An offence under an enactment so specified is not a fixed penalty
offence for those purposes if it is committed by causing or
permitting a vehicle to be used by another person in contravention
of any provision made or restriction or prohibition imposed by or
under any enactment.

(3)     Before proposing a change in regulation of a subject matter falling
under this section, Scottish Ministers shall—

(a)   consult the Secretary of State, and

(b)   publish and lay before the Scottish Parliament an
assessment of the impact on road safety of any difference
between the proposed change in Scotland and road traffic
rules in other parts of the United Kingdom.””

Clause 42

LORD EMPEY

53A*

Page 45, line 44, after “property” insert “; but this exception does not apply in
relation to the abolition or dissolution of the British Transport Police”

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

 

The above-named Lords give notice of their intention to oppose the Question that Clause 42
stand part of the Bill.

Clause 43

LORD FORSYTH OF DRUMLEAN

LORD MCAVOY

LORD DAVIDSON OF GLEN CLOVA

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

 

The above-named Lords give notice of their intention to oppose the Question that Clause 43
stand part of the Bill.

Clause 49

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

LORD MACKAY OF DRUMADOON

54

Page 51, line 36, leave out from “authorised” to “(or”

LORD MCAVOY

LORD DAVIDSON OF GLEN CLOVA

55

Page 51, line 37, at end insert “and the designation of licensing standards officers
in Scotland as authorised persons for the exercise of inspection and enforcement
functions in respect of such licences.”

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

LORD MACKAY OF DRUMADOON

56

Page 52, line 4, leave out from “authorised” to “, or” in line 5

LORD MCAVOY

LORD DAVIDSON OF GLEN CLOVA

57

Page 52, line 7, at end insert—

“( )     In section 304 of that Act (authorised persons), after subsection (4)(c)
insert—

“(ca)   Licensing Standards Officers of Scottish local authorities,
appointed under the terms of section 13 of the Licensing
(Scotland) Act 2005 (licensing standards officers),”.”

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

LORD MACKAY OF DRUMADOON

58

Page 52, line 22, leave out subsection (6)

After Clause 50

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

LORD MACKAY OF DRUMADOON

59

Insert the following new Clause—

“Business associations

(1)     Part 2 of Schedule 5 to the Scotland Act 1998 is amended as follows.

(2)     In section C1 (business associations) at the end of the Exceptions insert—

“(c)   the law on partnerships and unincorporated associations,

(d)   the creation of new forms of cooperative enterprise,

(e)   the creation of new forms of mutual enterprise,

(f)   the creation of new economic interest groups where the
European Economic Interest Group under regulation
EEC 2137/85 is not available because the members do not
come from more than one state.””

60

Insert the following new Clause—

“Regulation of solicitors

(1)     Part 2 of Schedule 5 to the Scotland Act 1998 is amended as follows.

(2)     In section A3 (financial services) at end insert—

“The regulation of the advice services and activities provided by a Scottish
solicitor within the meaning of section 325(2) of the Financial Services and
Markets Act 2000 or by licensed providers under the Legal Services
(Scotland) Act 2010.”

(3)     In section B6 (Immigration and Nationality), at end insert—

Exceptions

The regulation of immigration advice or immigration services by members
of the Law Society of Scotland or by licensed providers under the Legal
Services (Scotland) Act 2010.”

(4)     In section C2 (insolvency) at end insert—

“The regulation and advice, services and activities of an insolvency
practitioner who is a Scottish solicitor within the meaning of Part 13 of the
Insolvency Act 1986 (c. 45) or by licensed providers under the Legal
Services (Scotland) Act 2010.””

61

Insert the following new Clause—

“Estate agency

In section C7 (consumer protection) of Part 2 of Schedule 5 to the Scotland
Act 1998 (reserved matters) omit—

“(e)   the Estate Agents Act 1979,”.”

LORD MACKAY OF DRUMADOON

62

Insert the following new Clause—

“Health and safety

In Part 2 of Schedule 5 to the Scotland Act 1998 (specific reservations) omit
Section H2 (health and safety).”

Clause 54

LORD MCAVOY

LORD DAVIDSON OF GLEN CLOVA

63

Page 53, line 38, after “operator” insert “or not for profit operator”

64

Page 54, line 1, leave out “does not” and insert “may”

Clause 58

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

65

Page 67, line 21, after “electricity” insert “or heat

66

Page 67, line 22, after “” insert “”

LORD MACKAY OF DRUMADOON

67

Page 67, line 23, after second “the” insert “Scottish Parliament and the”

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

68

Page 67, line 24, after “scheme” insert “or renewable heat incentive scheme”

LORD STEEL OF AIKWOOD

68A

Page 67, line 25, after “Scotland,” insert “including a hydro power incentive
scheme,”

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

68B

Page 67, leave out lines 27 to 35

LORD MACKAY OF DRUMADOON

LORD STEEL OF AIKWOOD

69

Page 67, leave out lines 33 to 35

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

70

Page 67, line 35, at end insert “or renewable heat incentive scheme.”

71

Page 67, line 36, after “scheme”” insert “or a “renewable heat incentive scheme”

72

Page 68, line 4, at end insert—

“(d)   section 100 of the Energy Act 2008 (renewable heat
incentives).”

After Clause 58

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

73

Insert the following new Clause—

“Ofgem’s Energy Strategy and Policy Statement

In section 131 of the Energy Act 2013 (strategy and policy statement), at the
end of subsection (3) insert “after consultation with the Scottish
Ministers”.”

73A

Insert the following new Clause—

“Renewable energy

Within three months of the passing of this Act, the Secretary of State shall
publish proposals to transfer to the Scottish Ministers powers on the
awarding of contracts under Contracts for Difference and the setting of
electricity feed-in tariffs in respect of electricity generation from renewable
sources in Scotland.”

After Clause 64

BARONESS QUIN

LORD SHIPLEY

73B

Insert the following new Clause—

“Political and economic impact of this Act on the United Kingdom

The Secretary of State and the Scottish Ministers shall, in exercising any
power or order provided for under this Act, consider—

(a)   the impact of exercising the power or order on the political and
economic strength of the United Kingdom as a whole, and

(b)   the importance of strengthening the United Kingdom as a whole,
both politically and economically.”

BARONESS QUIN

LORD SHIPLEY

VISCOUNT RIDLEY

73C

Insert the following new Clause—

“Economy of areas adjoining Scotland: report

(1)     Within one year of the passing of this Act, the Secretary of State and the
Scottish Ministers must prepare a report reviewing the impact of Parts 2 to
5 of this Act on the areas adjoining Scotland, including Cumbria and the
North-East of England.

(2)     The Secretary of State must lay a copy of the report prepared under
subsection (1) before Parliament.”

After Schedule 1

LORD MCAVOY

LORD DAVIDSON OF GLEN CLOVA

74

Insert the following new Schedule—

““SCHEDULE

THE JOINT COMMITTEE ON WELFARE DEVOLUTION

Membership

1      The Joint Committee on Welfare Devolution shall comprise the Secretary
of State, who is to be the chair of the Committee, and the following other
members—

(a)   the Scottish Minister who is responsible to the Scottish
Parliament for welfare policy and payments, who is to be the
deputy chair of the Committee;

(b)   the Member of the House of Commons who is for the time being
the Chair of the Work and Pensions Select Committee of the
House of Commons;

(c)   the Member of the Scottish Parliament who is for the time being
the Chair of the Welfare Reform Committee of the Scottish
Parliament;

(d)   two Members of Parliament who are not Ministers of the Crown;

(e)   two Members of the Scottish Parliament who are not Scottish
Ministers; and

(f)   two persons representing local government in Scotland.

2      The members of the Joint Committee on Welfare Devolution mentioned
in paragraph 1(d) are to be appointed by the Speaker of the House of
Commons and the Lord Speaker of the House of Lords.

3      The members of the Joint Committee on Welfare Devolution mentioned
in paragraph 1(e) are to be appointed by the Presiding Officer of the
Scottish Parliament.

4      The members of the Joint Committee on Welfare Devolution mentioned
in paragraph 1(f) are to be appointed by Scottish Ministers after
consultation with the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities.

5      In this Schedule, references to the Work and Pensions Select Committee
of the House of Commons are—

(a)   if the name of that Committee is changed, to be taken (subject to
paragraph (b)) to be references to the Committee by its new
name;

(b)   if the functions of that Committee with respect to welfare policy
and payments (or functions substantially corresponding thereto)
become functions of a different committee of the House of
Commons, to be taken to be references to the committee by
whom the functions are for the time being exercisable.

6      In this Schedule, references to the Welfare Reform Committee of the
Scottish Parliament are—

(a)   if the name of that Committee is changed, to be taken (subject to
paragraph (b)) to be references to the Committee by its new
name;

(b)   if the functions of that Committee at the passing of this Act with
respect to welfare policy and payments (or functions
substantially corresponding thereto) become functions of a
different committee of the Scottish Parliament, to be taken to be
references to the committee by whom the functions are for the
time being exercisable.

Term of office of Committee members

7      A member may resign from the Committee at any time by giving notice
to the Secretary of State.

8      A member may be re-appointed (or further re-appointed) to
membership of the Committee.

Committee proceedings

9      The Joint Committee on Welfare Reform may determine its own
procedure.

10     The validity of any proceedings of the Joint Committee on Welfare
Reform is not affected by—

(a)   any vacancy among, or

(b)   any defect in the appointment of any of,

the members of the Committee.

11     The Joint Committee on Welfare Reform may appoint a member of the
Committee to act at any meeting of the Committee in the absence of both
the Secretary of State and the Scottish Minister who is deputy chair of the
Committee.

Advisory Panel

12     The Secretary of State and Scottish Ministers acting jointly may make
regulations appointing a panel to advise the Joint Committee on Welfare
Reform on the transfer, implementation and operation of the powers
devolved to the Scottish Parliament by Part 3 of this Act, comprising
academics, representatives of the third sector and voluntary
organisations, and other relevant stakeholders.

13     The Joint Committee on Welfare Reform must consult any advisory
panel appointed under paragraph 12 of this Schedule.”

After Clause 19

LORD MCAVOY

LORD DAVIDSON OF GLEN CLOVA

75

Insert the following new Clause—

“Non-budget expenditure and the Scottish Consolidated Fund: further
provisions

Before the end of the first month of each financial year, the Secretary of
State must lay before Parliament a full record, including minutes of
meetings and Ministerial correspondence, of discussions between the
Secretary of State, the Treasury and Scottish Ministers relating to the non-
budget expenditure to be voted by Parliament authorising the payment of
grants to the Scottish Consolidated Fund for that financial year.”

LORD KERR OF KINLOCHARD

75A

Insert the following new Clause—

“Borrowing powers

(1)     Section 66 of the Scotland Act 1998 (borrowing by the Scottish Ministers
etc.) is amended as follows.

(2)     For subsections (1A) and (1B) substitute—

“(1A)    Subject to subsection (1B), the Scottish Ministers may borrow by
way of loan or by the issue of bonds (but not bonds transferable by
delivery) any sums required by them.

(1B)    Borrowing by Scottish Ministers shall be subject to—

(a)   annual limits; and

(b)   an overall ceiling.

(1C)    The annual limits and the overall ceiling shall be set by regulations
made by the Treasury, following consultation with Scottish
Ministers.

(1D)    Regulations under subsection (1C) may not be made unless a draft
of the regulations has been laid before and approved by a resolution
of each House of Parliament.””

LORD WALLACE OF TANKERNESS

LORD STEPHEN

76

Insert the following new Clause—

“Fiscal framework: review

(1)     Any agreement between Her Majesty’s Government and the Scottish
Ministers regarding a fiscal framework for operation of the tax powers and
funding of the Scottish Parliament shall be reviewed not earlier than 4
years nor later than 5 years following the enactment of this Act.

(2)     The review under subsection (1) shall be undertaken by a Commission
consisting of an equal number of members from the Scottish Parliament
and the Parliament of the United Kingdom, including members from the
House of Commons and the House of Lords.

(3)     The Commission shall publish a report, which may include
recommendations, and shall submit copies of the report to both Houses of
the Parliament of the United Kingdom and the Scottish Parliament.”

Clause 20

LORD MCAVOY

LORD DAVIDSON OF GLEN CLOVA

77

Page 23, leave out lines 4 to 12 and insert “a disabled person or person with a
physical or mental impairment or health condition in respect of effects or needs
arising from that disability, impairment or health condition.”

After Clause 28

LORD MCAVOY

LORD DAVIDSON OF GLEN CLOVA

78

Insert the following new Clause—

“Joint Committee on Welfare Devolution

(1)     There shall be a Joint Committee on Welfare Devolution to examine the
transfer, implementation and operation of the powers devolved to the
Scottish Parliament by Part 3 of this Act.

(2)     The Joint Committee on Welfare Devolution shall be responsible for
ensuring full co-operation, consultation and information-sharing between
the United Kingdom Government, the Scottish Government and relevant
stakeholders.

(3)     The Joint Committee on Welfare Devolution shall publish a report—

(a)   on the transfer and implementation of the powers devolved to the
Scottish Parliament by Part 3 of this Act, at least once every three
months for the first three years from the date on which this Act is
passed, and

(b)   on the operation of the powers devolved to the Scottish Parliament
by Part 3 of this Act, at least once in each calendar year, starting
three years from the date on which this Act is passed.

(4)     Schedule (The Joint Committee on Welfare Devolution), which makes further
provision in relation to the Joint Committee on Welfare Devolution, has
effect.”

Clause 29

LORD MCAVOY

LORD DAVIDSON OF GLEN CLOVA

79

Page 30, line 20, at end insert—

“( )   provision of support for disabled persons in the form of
non-repayable payments to enable them to access
employment, remain in employment, or move into self-
employment or start a business,”

Clause 68

LORD HOPE OF CRAIGHEAD

79A

Page 74, line 22, leave out paragraph (a)

79B

Page 74, line 27, leave out subsections (2) and (3)

79C

Page 74, line 39, leave out from “section” to end of line 40

79D

Page 74, line 43, leave out subsection (6)

79E

Page 75, line 3, leave out subsection (7)

LORD FORSYTH OF DRUMLEAN

 

Lord Forsyth of Drumlean gives notice of his intention to oppose the Question that
Clause 68 stand part of the Bill.

After Clause 68

LORD MCCLUSKEY

79F

Insert the following new Clause—

“The fiscal framework

(1)     Within 30 days of the date on which this Act is passed, the Secretary of State
must publish in full the new fiscal framework agreed between the Scottish
and UK Governments, unless it has already been published by the
Secretary of State.

(2)     Within 30 days of the date on which this Act is passed, the Secretary of State
shall publish as an appendix to the new fiscal framework as published a
full description of any agreement whatsoever reached between the said
Governments relating to the future of the Barnett Formula or its
application, amendment or replacement in the future, including any
agreement as to when any such change is intended to be considered by the
two Governments in the future.

(3)     In this section, “the new fiscal framework” means the agreement between
the said Governments as to the arrangements and institutions intended to
underpin the tax and spending powers included and devolved under this
Act and under the Scotland Acts of 1998 and 2012, including the funding of
the Scottish budget, planning, management and scrutiny of public
revenues and spending, the manner in which the block grant is or may be
adjusted to accommodate further devolution, and the operation of
borrowing powers and cash reserve, fiscal rules, and independent
institutions.”

Clause 69

THE EARL OF KINNOULL

80*

Page 75, line 17, leave out subsections (1) and (2) and insert—

“(1)     Sections 13 to 68 of this Act shall not come into force until such time as the
relevant Secretary of State has laid before Parliament a statement to the
effect that the Secretary of State is satisfied that the Scottish Government
and any Scottish authorities to which power is devolved under this Act
have the appropriate arrangements in place with which to exercise the
relevant powers devolved under this Act.

(1A)    Each section or subsection to which subsection (1) applies may be the
subject of a statement under subsection (1), which once laid before
Parliament would cause that section or subsection to come into force.

(1B)    The provisions in subsections (3) to (7) are subject to the provision in
subsection (1).

(2)     Sections 1, 69 and 70 come into force on the day on which this Act is
passed.”

LORD MCCLUSKEY

80A

Page 75, line 19, at end insert—

“( )   section (The fiscal framework);”

THE EARL OF KINNOULL

81*

Page 75, line 23, at end insert—

“( )     Section 34 shall not come into force until such time as the Secretary of State
has laid a report before Parliament which sets out which persons will
initially be nominated by Scottish Ministers under subsection 90B(1) in Part
5 of the Scotland Act 1998 as Scottish Crown Estate Commissioners, what
arrangements will be put in place to facilitate the transfer of functions to
such persons and what arrangements the Scottish Ministers have made for
the further devolution of the management of Crown Estate assets.”

LORD MCCLUSKEY

81A

Page 75, line 24, leave out “2” and insert “3”

BARONESS HAYTER OF KENTISH TOWN

LORD MCAVOY

82

Page 75, line 32, at end insert—

“( )     Section 50 comes into force at the end of 12 months beginning with the day
on which this Act is passed.”

LORD MCCLUSKEY

82A

Page 75, line 37, leave out “2” and insert “3”

83

[Withdrawn]

 

Prepared 16th January 2016