House of Commons
|Session 2001- 02|
Publications on the internet
|Private Business in the House of Commons
Here you can browse the House of Commons Private Business Order Paper for Tuesday 10 July 2001.
NOTICES RELATING TO PRIVATE BUSINESS DEPOSITED ON
TUESDAY 10TH JULY 2001
Note: Private business is not debated at this time, and may not be proceeded with if opposed.
NOTICE OF MOTION AT THE TIME OF PRIVATE BUSINESS
The Chairman of Ways and Means
Greenham and Crookham Commons Bill: That the promoters of the Greenham and Crookham Commons Bill which originated in this House in the last Parliament but had not received the Royal Assent may, notwithstanding anything in the Standing Orders or practice of this House, proceed with the bill in the present session of Parliament; and the petition for the bill shall be deemed to have been deposited and all Standing Orders applicable to it shall be deemed to have been complied with;
That the bill shall be presented to the House by deposit in the Private Bill Office no later than the fifth day on which the House sits after this day;
That a declaration signed by the agent shall be annexed to the bill, stating that it is the same in every respect as the bill presented in this House in the last Parliament;
That on the next sitting day following presentation, the Clerk in the Private Bill Office shall lay the bill on the Table of the House;
That in the current session of Parliament the bill shall be deemed to have passed through every stage through which it had passed in the last Parliament, and shall be recorded in the Journal of the House as having passed those stages;
That no further fees shall be charged to such stages;
That the petition relating to the bill which stood referred to the committee on the bill in the last Parliament shall stand referred to the committee on the bill in the current session of Parliament;
That no petitioners shall be heard before the committee unless their petition has been presented within the time provided for petitioning or has been deposited pursuant to Private Business Standing Order 126(b);
That, in relation to the bill, Private Business Standing Order 127 shall have effect as if the words 'under Standing Order 126 (Reference to committee of petitions against bill)' were omitted.
|Prepared 10 July 2001|