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Thursday 15th March 2007

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Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Bill [Lords]


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The Amendments have been arranged in accordance with the Resolution of the Programming Sub-Committee.


RESOLUTION OF THE PROGRAMMING SUB-COMMITTEE

       The Programming Sub-Committee appointed by the Speaker in respect of the Bill agreed the following Resolution at its meeting on Thursday 8th March (Standing Order No. 83C):

       That—

        (1) in addition to its first meeting on Thursday 15th March at 9.00 a.m., the Committee shall meet on—

        (a) Thursday 15th March at 1.00 p.m.,

        (b) Tuesday 20th March at 10.45 a.m. and 4.00 p.m.,

        (c) Thursday 22nd March at 9.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m., and

        (d) Tuesday 27th March at 10.45 a.m. and 4.00 p.m.;

        (2) the proceedings shall be taken in the order shown below and shall (so far as not previously concluded) be brought to a conclusion at 7.00 p.m. on Tuesday 27th March.
        Clauses 1 and 2; Schedule 1; Clauses 3 and 4; Schedule 2; Clause 5; Schedule 3; Clauses 6 and 7; Schedule 4; Clauses 8 to 22; Schedule 5; Clauses 23 to 36; Schedule 6; Clauses 37 to 44; Schedule 7; Clauses 45 to 47; new Clauses and new Schedules relating to Part 1; Clause 48; Schedules 8 and 9; Clauses 49 and 50; Schedule 10; Clauses 51 to 53; Schedule 11; Clauses 54 to 57; Schedules 12 and 13; Clauses 58 to 81; Schedule 14; Clauses 82 to 85; new Clauses and new Schedules relating to Part 3; Clause 86; Schedule 15; Clauses 87 to 100; new Clauses and new Schedules relating to Part 4; Clause 101; Schedule 16; Clauses 102 and 103; Schedules 17 to 20; Clauses 104 to 108; Schedule 21; Clauses 109 to 128; new Clauses and new Schedules relating to Part 5; Clauses 129 to 133; new Clauses and new Schedules relating to Part 6; Clause 134; Schedule 22; Clauses 135 to 141; Schedule 23; Clauses 142 to 144; remaining proceedings on the Bill.

       Vera Baird has given notice of her intention to make a motion in the terms of the Resolution of the Programming Sub-Committee [Standing Order No. 83C(9)].


Vera Baird

       That, subject to the discretion of the Chairman, any written evidence received by the Committee shall be reported to the House for publication.

       

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

2

Clause 4, page 3, line 6, leave out ‘judge’ and insert ‘legal member’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

3

Clause 4, page 3, line 10, at end insert ‘or’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

4

Clause 4, page 3, line 14, leave out from ‘Tribunal’ to end of line 15.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

74

# Clause 4, page 3, line 16, leave out ‘judge’ and insert ‘legal member’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

75

# Clause 4, page 3, line 29, leave out ‘judges’ and insert ‘legal’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

76

# Clause 4, page 3, line 31, leave out ‘judges’ and insert ‘legal’.


Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

5

Schedule 2, page 118, line 20, at end insert ‘or’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

6

Schedule 2, page 118, line 22, leave out from ‘standing’ to end of line 25.


Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

7

Clause 5, page 4, line 3, at end insert—

        ‘(ea) is a member of a panel of chairmen of employment tribunals,’.


Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

8

Schedule 3, page 122, line 18, at end insert ‘or’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

9

Schedule 3, page 122, line 20, leave out from ‘standing’ to end of line 23.


Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

10

Clause 6, page 4, line 40, at end insert ‘or’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

11

Clause 6, page 4, line 41, leave out from ‘Ireland’ to end of line 42.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

12

Clause 6, page 4, line 43, leave out (i) and insert (h).


Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark
Simon Hughes

13

Clause 7, page 5, line 3, after ‘Tribunals’ insert ‘and after consultation with such persons as he considers appropriate’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

14

Clause 7, page 5, line 4, leave out ‘chambers’ and insert ‘divisions’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

15

Clause 7, page 5, line 6, leave out ‘chamber’ and insert ‘division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

16

Clause 7, page 5, line 7, leave out ‘chamber’ and insert ‘division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark
Simon Hughes

17

Clause 7, page 5, line 8, leave out ‘, or two persons,’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

18

Clause 7, page 5, line 9, leave out ‘chamber’ and insert ‘division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

19

Clause 7, page 5, line 11, leave out ‘chamber’ and insert ‘division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

20

Clause 7, page 5, line 12, leave out first ‘chamber’ and insert ‘division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

21

Clause 7, page 5, line 12, leave out second ‘chamber’ and insert ‘division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

22

Clause 7, page 5, line 14, leave out ‘chamber’ and insert ‘division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

23

Clause 7, page 5, line 15, leave out ‘Chamber’ and insert ‘Division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark
Simon Hughes

24

Clause 7, page 5, line 16, leave out subsection (5).

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

25

Clause 7, page 5, line 17, leave out first ‘chamber’ and insert ‘division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

26

Clause 7, page 5, line 17, leave out second ‘Chamber’ and insert ‘Division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

26A

Clause 7, page 5, line 18, leave out ‘chamber’ and insert ‘division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

27

Clause 7, page 5, line 19, leave out ‘chamber’ and insert ‘division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

28

Clause 7, page 5, line 21, leave out first ‘Chamber’ and insert ‘Division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

29

Clause 7, page 5, line 21, leave out second ‘chamber’ and insert ‘division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

30

Clause 7, page 5, line 22, leave out ‘chamber’ and insert ‘division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

31

Clause 7, page 5, line 24, leave out first ‘Chamber’ and insert ‘Division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

32

Clause 7, page 5, line 24, leave out second ‘chamber’ and insert ‘division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

33

Clause 7, page 5, line 26, leave out first ‘Chamber’ and insert ‘Division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

34

Clause 7, page 5, line 26, leave out second ‘Chamber’ and insert ‘Division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

35

Clause 7, page 5, line 28, leave out ‘Chamber’ and insert ‘Division’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

36

Clause 7, page 5, line 28, leave out ‘chambers’ and insert ‘divisions’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark
Simon Hughes

37

Clause 7, page 5, line 30, after ‘other’ insert ‘and after consultation with such persons as he considers appropriate’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

38

Clause 7, page 5, line 32, leave out ‘chambers’ and insert ‘divisions’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

48

Clause 7, page 5, line 34, leave out ‘chambers’ and insert ‘divisions’.


Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

39

Schedule 4, page 133, line 12, at end insert—

      ‘(1A) The default number of members of the tribunal who are to decide the matter shall be three.’.


Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

40

Clause 9, page 6, line 11, after ‘review’ insert ‘on any point of law’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

44

Clause 9, page 6, line 38, leave out ‘any’ and insert ‘either’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

41

Clause 9, page 6, line 38, at end insert—

        ‘(za) confirm the decision;’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

42

Clause 9, page 6, line 39, leave out paragraphs (a) and (b).

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

43

Clause 9, page 6, line 43, leave out from ‘must’ to ‘refer’ in line 45.


Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

45

Clause 11, page 8, line 24, after ‘any’ insert ‘question of fact or’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

46

Clause 11, page 8, line 24, after ‘of’ insert ‘fact or’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

47

Clause 11, page 8, line 27, leave out subsections (3) and (4).


Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

49

Clause 12, page 9, line 34, at end insert ‘or is manifestly unreasonable on the facts’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

50

Clause 12, page 9, line 36, leave out ‘may (but need not)’ and insert ‘must’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

51

Clause 12, page 9, line 37, leave out ‘if it does,’.


Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

52

Clause 13, page 10, line 30, at end insert—

      ‘(7A) The Lord President may, as respects an application under subsection (4) for which the relevant appellate court is the Court of Session, by order make provision for leave not to be granted on the application unless the Upper Tribunal or (as the case may be) the Court of Session considers—

        (a) that the proposed appeal would raise some important point of principle or practice, or

        (b) that there is some other compelling reason for the Court of Session to hear the appeal.’.


Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

53

Clause 14, page 11, line 46, leave out ‘may (but need not)’ and insert ‘must’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

54

Clause 14, page 12, line 1, leave out ‘if it does,’.


Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

55

Clause 18, page 15, line 3, leave out ‘to’ and insert ‘, 2 and’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

56

Clause 18, page 15, line 16, leave out subsections (6) and (7).

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark
Simon Hughes

57

Clause 18, page 15, leave out line 23.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark
Simon Hughes

58

Clause 18, page 15, line 25, leave out from ‘Session’ to end of line 29.


Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

77

# Clause 19, page 16, line 13, leave out ‘, 3’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

59

Clause 19, page 16, line 13, leave out ‘and 4’ and insert ‘, 4 and 5’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

78

# Clause 19, page 16, leave out lines 15 to 17.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

60

Clause 19, page 16, line 15, leave out ‘and 4’ and insert ‘, 4 and 5’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

79

# Clause 19, page 16, leave out lines 26 and 27.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

61

Clause 19, page 16, line 37, at end insert—

      ‘(8) Condition 5 is that the application would, if transferred, be heard by a tribunal complying with section 18(8) of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007.’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

80

# Clause 19, page 17, line 1, leave out ‘, 3’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

62

Clause 19, page 17, line 1, leave out ‘and 4’ and insert ‘, 4 and 5’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

81

# Clause 19, page 17, leave out lines 3 to 5.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

63

Clause 19, page 17, line 3, leave out ‘and 4’ and insert ‘, 4 and 5’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

82

# Clause 19, page 17, leave out lines 14 and 15.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

64

Clause 19, page 17, line 25, at end insert—

      ‘(8) Condition 5 is that the application would, if transferred, be heard by a tribunal complying with section 18(8) of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007.’.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

83

# Clause 19, page 17, line 34, leave out from ‘application’ to ‘and’ in line 35.

Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark

84

# Clause 19, page 17, line 47, leave out from ‘leave’ to end of line 48.


Mr Henry Bellingham
Mr Tobias Ellwood
James Brokenshire
Mr Richard Benyon
Mr Brooks Newmark
Simon Hughes

65

Clause 22, page 19, line 38, at end insert—

        ‘(za) that the interests of justice are achieved,’.

 
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