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Regulatory Reform - Fourteenth Report

Here you can browse the report together with the Proceedings of the Committee. The published report was ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 21 October 2003.


CONTENTS


Terms of Reference

I Draft Regulatory Reform (Business Tenancies) (England and Wales) Order 2003

1 Report under Standing Order No. 141

2 Introduction

3 Findings of our previous report

Declarations on contracting out of security of tenure and surrenders

Format of statutory declaration

4 The Department's response to our report

Amendments

Analysis of new burdens

New burden: time limit on interim rent

New burden: confirmation of Esselte decision

5 Other representations

Report of the House of Lords Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee

Representations by the Sounding Board

Additional representations

6 Further amendments

Landlord's application to court

Landlord's successful application for termination without renewal

Transitional provisions: covenants for subletting

Transitional provisions: agreements for lease

7 Territorial extent

8 Recommendation

II Draft Regulatory Reform (Gaming Machines) Order 2003

9 Report under Standing Order No. 141

10 Introduction

11 Findings of our previous report

12 Other representations

Report of the House of Lords Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Committee

13 The Department's response to our report

Amendments to the draft Order

Cash payments in higher-value AWP machines

The '£2 cut-off'

Amendments to the Gaming Board guidelines

Smartcard readers and inducements to play

Retention of surplus credit

Other matters

Problem gambling

Notification to the European Commission

14 Recommendation

Formal Minutes

Reports from the Regulatory Reform Committee since 2001


 
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