Amendments proposed to the Company Law Reform Bill [Lords] - continued House of Commons

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Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

188

Clause     254,     page     117,     line     40,     after 'company', insert 'and a private company which is not entitled to the exemption conferred by subsection (1) or (2) of section 249A of the 1985 Act (exemptions from audit) in respect of its current financial year'.


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

189

Clause     255,     page     118,     line     2,     leave out 'public'.

   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

190

Clause     255,     page     118,     line     5,     after 'must', insert 'be in writing and'.

   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

191

Clause     255,     page     118,     line     29,     at end add—

    '(8)   Nothing in this section shall entitle the Secretary of State to question whether a secretary of a public company satisfies the requirements of section 256.'.


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

192

Clause     257,     page     119,     line     14,     leave out 'public company' and insert 'company which is required by section 254 to have a secretary'.


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

193

Clause     258,     page     119,     line     22,     leave out 'public company' and insert 'company which is required by section 254 to have a secretary or which, although not so required, has a secretary '.


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

194

Clause     259,     page     120,     line     2,     leave out 'public company' and insert 'company which is required by section 254 to have a secretary or which, although not so required, has a secretary '.

   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

195

Clause     259,     page     120,     line     5,     after 'notice', insert 'in the prescribed form'.

   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

196

Clause     259,     page     120,     line     7,     after 'consent', insert 'signed'.


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

197

Clause     260,     page     120,     line     18,     leave out 'A public company's register of secretaries' and insert 'The register of secretaries which is required to be kept under section 258,'.

   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

198

Clause     260,     page     120,     line     26,     leave out 'instead of' and insert 'in addition to'.

   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

199

Clause     260,     page     120,     line     27,     leave out 'or in addition to either or both of them'.

   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

200

Clause     260,     page     120,     line     38,     leave out '18' and insert '16'.

   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

201

Clause     260,     page     120,     line     40,     leave out sub-paragraph (ii).


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

202

Clause     261,     page     121,     line     2,     leave out 'A public company's register of secretaries' and insert 'The register of secretaries which is required to be kept under section 258.'.

   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

203

Clause     262,     page     121,     line     27,     leave out 'a public company's register of secretaries' and insert 'the register of secretaries which is required to be kept under section 258.'.


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

204

Clause     263,     page     121,     line     30,     leave out 'public company' and insert 'company which is required by section 254 to have a secretary'.


   

Margaret Hodge

105

Clause     317,     page     141,     line     9,     leave out 'alteration' and insert 'amendment'.


   

Margaret Hodge

106

Clause     318,     page     141,     line     39,     leave out 'alteration' and insert 'amendment'.


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

209

*Page     144,     line     30,     leave out Clause 325.


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

210

*Page     145,     line     12,     leave out Clause 326.


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

211

*Page     145,     line     32,     leave out Clause 327.


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

212

*Page     146,     line     15,     leave out Clause 328.


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

213

*Page     146,     line     37,     leave out Clause 329.


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

214

*Page     147,     line     20,     leave out Clause 330.


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

215

*Page     147,     line     35,     leave out Clause 331.


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

216

*Page     148,     line     7,     leave out Clause 332.


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

217

*Page     148,     line     29,     leave out Clause 333.


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

218

*Page     149,     line     11,     leave out Clause 334.


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

207

*Clause     335,     page     149,     line     34,     leave out from 'website)' to end of line 35.

   

Margaret Hodge

107

Clause     335,     page     149,     line     41,     leave out 'alteration' and insert 'amendment'.


   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

219

*Clause     356,     page     159,     line     30,     leave out subsection (1) and insert—

    '(1)   Subject to the exemptions in subsection (5), a trade union is a political organisation for the purposes of this Part.'.

   

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

220

*Clause     356,     page     159,     line     33,     at end insert—

    '(3)   In addition to the other requirements set out in this Part, a donation may only be made to a trade union if such trade union currently has in force a political resolution authorising the trade union to apply its funds in the furtherance of political objects and such political resolution authorised donations or expenditure under one or more of the following heads—

      (a) donations to political parties or independent election candidates;

      (b) donations to political organisations other than political parties; or

      (c) political expenditure

    in each case up to a specified amount in the period for which the resolution has effect.

    (4)   For the purposes of subsection (3), "political expenditure" shall have the meaning set out in the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 (c.52) and "political resolution" shall have the meaning set out in the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 (c.52) save that the reference in section 73(3) of that act to "ten years" shall be deemed to be "four years".

    (5)   A donation to a trade union shall not be a political donation for the purposes of this Part to the extent that it is made—

      (a) to provide or facilitate the provision of education and training of employees of a relevant company;

      (b) to assist the trade union in representing employees of a relevant company;

      (c) to assist the trade union in consulting with and meeting employees of a relevant company;

      (d) to facilitate the investigation of any matter relating to the terms and conditions of any employee of a relevant company;

      (e) to assist or to facilitate negotiations between the trade union and a relevant company and any of its representatives in connection with any complaint or dispute between the company and its employees (or any of them); or

      (f) to otherwise promote good employment relations between a relevant company and its employees.

    For this purpose a relevant company includes the company by which the donation was made, any holding company of the company by which the donation was made, any subsidiary of such holding company or any subsidiary of the company by which the donation was made.'.


   

Margaret Hodge

112

Clause     637,     page     312,     line     30,     at end insert—

      '(iii) any person appointed as an authorised signatory of the company.'.


   

Margaret Hodge

113

Clause     735,     page     365,     line     16,     at end insert 'or

      (ba) is appointed as an authorised signatory of a company,'.



 
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