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NHS Redress Bill [HL]

lords amendment and disagreements

[The page and line references are to Bill 137, as first printed for the Commons]

Clause 6

COMMONS AMENDMENT NO. 4

4

Page 4, line 13, leave out from “scheme” to end of line 15

 

LORDS AGREEMENT AND AMENDMENT

 

The Lords agree to Commons Amendment 4 and propose Amendment 4A to it—

4A

Line 1, at end insert “and insert “in accordance with natural justice such that the

 

person overseeing the investigation is independent of the body or person under

 

investigation (such investigation to be confined to the facts of cases and not to

 

consider issues of liability in law, whether civil or criminal);””

 

COMMONS AMENDMENT NO. 5

5

Page 4, line 17, leave out paragraph (c)

 

lords disagreement and reason

 

The Lords disagree to Commons Amendment 5 for the following Reason—

5A

Because it is appropriate to ensure the separation between fact-finding and assessment of

 

liability under the scheme

Clause 11

COMMONS AMENDMENT NO. 16

16

Page 6, line 26, leave out from “scheme” to end of line 27

 

LORDs disagreement and reason

 

The Lords disagree to Commons Amendment 16 for the following Reason—

16A

Because it is appropriate to ensure the separation between fact-finding and assessment of

 
 
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liability under the scheme


 
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