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Session 2005-06
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given on

Tuesday 27th June 2006

      For other Amendment(s) see the following page(s) of Supplement to Votes:
      1205-1264

Standing Committee D


Company Law Reform Bill [Lords]


Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

400

Clause 640, page 314, line 12, leave out ‘in the case of a public company,’.

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

401

Clause 822, page 399, line 10, at end insert ‘, but excluding for this purpose any company owned or controlled by persons other than Her Majesty’s Government, any part of the Scottish administration or Her Majesty’s Government in Northern Ireland’.

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

402

Clause 825, page 400, line 11, after ‘policy’, insert ‘where harm may be caused to the public’.

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

403

Clause 825, page 400, line 12, after ‘by’, insert ‘reasonable’.

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

404

Clause 825, page 400, line 12, after ‘notice’, insert ‘in writing’.

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

405

Clause 825, page 400, line 13, at end add ‘and the reason or reasons why the approval is being withdrawn.’.

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

406

Clause 827, page 401, line 2, leave out sections (1) and (2) and insert—

      ‘(1) If in the opinion of the Secretary of State a person is carrying on business in The United Kingdom under a name that gives so misleading an indication of the nature of its activities as to be likely to cause harm to the public, the Secretary of State may direct the person carrying on such activites to change the name used by such a person in connection with such activities.

      (2) The direction must be complied with within a period of six weeks from the date of the direction or such longer period as the Secretary of State may think fit to allow, unless an application is duly made to the court under the following provisions.

      (3) The person in receipt of the direction may within the period of three weeks from the date of the direction, apply to the court to set the direction aside.

      (4) The court may set the direction aside or confirm it.

      (5) If the direction is confirmed, the court shall specify the period within which the direction is to be complied with.

      (6) If a person fails to comply with a direction under this section an offence is committed.’.

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

407

Clause 828, page 401, line 28, leave out from ‘name’ to end of line 29.

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

408

Clause 831, page 402, line 33, leave out ‘A person’ and insert ‘An individual or partnership’.

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

409

Clause 831, page 403, line 3, leave out ‘A person’ and insert ‘An individual or partnership’.

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

410

Clause 831, page 403, line 7, leave out sections (3) and (4).

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

411

Clause 833, page 403, line 33, leave out ‘A person’ and insert ‘An individual or partnership’.

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

412

Clause 833, page 403, line 40, leave out subsections (2) and (3).

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

413

Clause 834, page 404, line 9, leave out ‘who’ and insert ‘which’.

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

414

Clause 834, page 404, line 14, leave out subsection (4).

Margaret Hodge

415

Clause 895, page 441, line 5, at end insert—

      ‘(2) The effectiveness for the purposes of section 155 of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (consultation on proposed rules) of things done by the Financial Services Authority before this section comes into force with a view to making transparency rules (as defined in the provisions to be inserted in that Act by subsection (1) above) is not affected by the fact that those provisions were not then in force.’.

Margaret Hodge

416

Clause 899, page 446, line 29, leave out from ‘of’ to ‘and’ in line 30 and insert ‘loss suffered as a result of reliance by any person on—

          (i) an untrue or misleading statement in a publication to which this section applies, or

          (ii) the omission from any such publication of any matter required to be included in it,’.

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

417

Clause 158, page 70, line 25, at end add—

      ‘(4) The Secretary of State must issue a non-statutory set of guidelines concerning the application of this section, which must be updated annually.’.

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

418

Clause 906, page 452, line 1, leave out ‘annulment in pursuance of a resolution of either’ and insert ‘affirmative resolution of each’.

Mr Jonathan Djanogly
Mr Crispin Blunt
James Brokenshire

419

Clause 906, page 452, line 2, at end insert ‘and after prior public consultation on the terms of a draft statutory instrument’.


 
 
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