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‘Section 195B(11) is subject to this subsection.’.

 


 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  84

 

Page  60,  line  5  [Clause  54],  leave out ‘this section’ and insert ‘section 54 of the

 

Policing and Crime Act 2009’.

 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  85

 

Page  60,  line  34  [Clause  54],  leave out subsection (3).

 


 

Chris Grayling

 

Mr David Ruffley

 

James Brokenshire

 

Mr Crispin Blunt

 

Andrew Rosindell

 

Mr Patrick McLoughlin

 

Not selected  162

 

Page  61,  line  34  [Clause  54],  leave out ‘magistrates’ court’ and insert ‘county

 

court’.

 


 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Chris Grayling

 

Mr David Ruffley

 

James Brokenshire

 

Mr Crispin Blunt

 

Andrew Rosindell

 

Mr Patrick McLoughlin

 

Agreed to  86

 

Page  62  [Clause  54],  leave out lines 9 and 10.

 

Chris Grayling

 

Mr David Ruffley

 

James Brokenshire

 

Mr Crispin Blunt

 

Andrew Rosindell

 

Mr Patrick McLoughlin

 

Not selected  164

 

Page  62,  line  13  [Clause  54],  at end insert—

 

‘195MA 

 Right of third parties to make representations

 

(1)    

The county court must, on an application by a person, give the person an

 

opportunity to make representations in proceedings before making an order under


 
 

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section 195M if it considers that the making of the order would be likely to have

 

a significant adverse effect on that person.

 

(2)    

The county court must, on an application by a person, give the person an

 

opportunity to make representations in proceedings before it about the variation

 

of an order under section 195M if it considers that—

 

(a)    

the variation of the order; or

 

(b)    

a decision not to vary it;

 

would be likely to have a significant adverse effect on that person.

 

(3)    

The county court must, on an application by a person, give the person an

 

opportunity to make representations in proceedings before it about the discharge

 

of an order under section 195M if it considers that—

 

(a)    

the discharge of the order; or

 

(b)    

a decision not to discharge it;

 

would be likely to have a significant adverse effect on that person.

 

(4)    

The Court of Appeal which is considering an appeal in relation to an order under

 

section 195M must, on an application by a person, give the person an opportunity

 

to make representations in the proceedings if that person was given an

 

opportunity to make representations in the proceedings which are the subject of

 

the appeal.’.

 

Chris Grayling

 

Mr David Ruffley

 

James Brokenshire

 

Mr Crispin Blunt

 

Andrew Rosindell

 

Mr Patrick McLoughlin

 

Not selected  165

 

Page  62,  line  40  [Clause  54],  leave out ‘county court’ and insert ‘Court of Appeal’.

 

Chris Grayling

 

Mr David Ruffley

 

James Brokenshire

 

Mr Crispin Blunt

 

Andrew Rosindell

 

Mr Patrick McLoughlin

 

Not selected  166

 

Page  62,  line  42  [Clause  54],  leave out ‘county court’ and insert ‘Court of Appeal’.

 

Chris Grayling

 

Mr David Ruffley

 

James Brokenshire

 

Mr Crispin Blunt

 

Andrew Rosindell

 

Mr Patrick McLoughlin

 

Not selected  167

 

Page  62,  line  43  [Clause  54],  leave out ‘magistrates’ court’s’ and insert ‘county

 

court’s’.

 



 
 

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Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Chris Grayling

 

Mr David Ruffley

 

James Brokenshire

 

Mr Crispin Blunt

 

Andrew Rosindell

 

Mr Patrick McLoughlin

 

Agreed to  87

 

Page  63  [Clause  54],  leave out lines 1 to 3.

 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  88

 

Page  63,  line  31  [Clause  54],  at end insert—

 

‘195QA 

  Release of property

 

(1)    

This section applies in relation to property which—

 

(a)    

has been seized by an appropriate officer under section 195C, and

 

(b)    

is detained under or by virtue any of any of sections 195J to 195M and

 

195P.

 

(2)    

The property must be released if at any time an appropriate officer decides that

 

the the detention condition is no longer met.

 

(3)    

The detention condition is met for so long as—

 

(a)    

any of the conditions in section 195B is met, and

 

(b)    

there are reasonable grounds for the suspicion mentioned in

 

section 195C(1).

 

(4)    

Nothing in this section requires property to be released if there is a power to

 

detain it otherwise than under or by virtue of sections 195J to 195M and 195P.

 

(5)    

Nothing in this section affects the operation of any power or duty to release

 

property that arises apart from this section.’.

 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  89

 

Page  63,  line  31  [Clause  54],  at end insert—

 

‘Code of practice about search and seizure and detention of property’.

 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  90

 

Page  63,  line  39  [Clause  54],  after ‘190A’, insert ‘, 193A’.

 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  91

 

Page  63,  line  40  [Clause  54],  leave out ‘195M’, and insert ‘195P’.

 


 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  92

 

Page  65,  line  34  [Clause  55],  at end insert—


 
 

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‘(za)    

first, they must be applied in payment of such expenses incurred by a

 

person acting as an insolvency practitioner as are payable under this

 

subsection by virtue of section 432;’.

 


 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  93

 

Page  66,  line  5  [Clause  55],  leave out ‘either of’.

 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  94

 

Page  66,  line  16  [Clause  55],  at end insert—

 

‘(3A)    

In section 55(3)(b) (payment of sums received by designated officer under section

 

54 or otherwise: insolvency practitioners’ expenses) after “section 54(2)(a)”

 

insert “or 67D(2)(za)”.’.

 


 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  95

 

Page  68,  line  1  [Clause  56],  at end insert—

 

‘(za)    

first, they must be applied in payment of such expenses incurred by a

 

person acting as an insolvency practitioner as are payable under this

 

subsection by virtue of section 432;’.

 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  96

 

Page  68,  line  20  [Clause  56],  at end insert—

 

‘( )    

in subsection (3)(b) after “section 130(3)(a)” insert “or 131D(2)(za)”.’.

 


 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  97

 

Page  69,  line  38  [Clause  57],  at end insert—

 

‘(za)    

first, they must be applied in payment of such expenses incurred by a

 

person acting as an insolvency practitioner as are payable under this

 

subsection by virtue of section 432;’.

 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  98

 

Page  69,  line  40  [Clause  57],  after ‘court’, insert ‘or Crown Court’.

 



 
 

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Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  99

 

Page  70,  line  5  [Clause  57],  after ‘court’, insert ‘or Crown Court’.

 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  100

 

Page  70,  line  10  [Clause  57],  at end insert—

 

‘(4A)    

If the magistrates’ court has made a direction under subsection (2)(a) or (3) in

 

respect of the proceeds of realisation of any property, the Crown Court may not

 

make a direction under either of those provisions in respect of the proceeds of

 

realisation of that property; and vice versa.’.

 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  101

 

Page  70,  line  17  [Clause  57],  at end insert—

 

‘(3A)    

In section 203(3)(b) (payment of sums received by chief clerk under section 202

 

or otherwise: insolvency practitioners’ expenses) after “section 202(2)(a)” insert

 

“or 215D(2)(za)”.’.

 


 

Chris Grayling

 

Mr David Ruffley

 

James Brokenshire

 

Mr Crispin Blunt

 

Andrew Rosindell

 

Mr Patrick McLoughlin

 

Not called  169

 

Page  72,  line  34,  leave out Clause 62.

 


 

Mr William Cash

 

Mark Fisher

 

Mr Richard Shepherd

 

Andrew Mackinlay

 

Mr Bernard Jenkin

 

Not selected  31

 

Page  130,  line  4  [Clause  115],  at end insert—

 

‘(za)    

section [Prohibition on unauthorised police entry to Member of

 

Parliament’s office in House of Commons],’.

 

Mr Andrew Dismore

 

Dr Evan Harris

 

Not selected  14

 

Page  134,  line  22  [Schedule  1],  after ‘practicable’, insert ‘and in any event within

 

24 hours after the offender’s arrest,’.

 



 
 

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Mr Andrew Dismore

 

Dr Evan Harris

 

Not selected  15

 

Page  138,  line  23  [Schedule  2],  at end insert ‘, and

 

(c)    

that any persons identified under paragraph (b) have been consulted.’.

 

Mr Andrew Dismore

 

Dr Evan Harris

 

Not selected  16

 

Page  138,  line  27  [Schedule  2],  at end insert—

 

‘(8A)    

In authorising the issue of a closure notice, the authorising officer must have

 

regard to the views of any persons consulted under subsection (7)(c).’.

 


 

Mr Andrew Dismore

 

Dr Evan Harris

 

Not selected  18

 

Page  140,  line  17  [Schedule  2],  at end insert ‘, and that no other measures will

 

prevent the premises from being used for such activities.’.

 

Mr Andrew Dismore

 

Dr Evan Harris

 

Not selected  19

 

Page  140,  line  21  [Schedule  2],  at end insert—

 

‘(10A)    

In making a closure order, the court must consider the effect of making the order

 

on the human rights of any person who owns or resides in the premises, and

 

anyone else likely to be affected by the order.

 

(10B)    

In this section, “human rights” mean the Convention rights set out in the Schedule

 

to the Human Rights Act 1998 (c. 42).’.

 


 

Mr Andrew Dismore

 

Dr Evan Harris

 

Not selected  17

 

Page  147  [Schedule  2],  leave out lines 13 to 20.

 


 

Chris Huhne

 

Paul Holmes

 

Not selected  174

 

Page  150,  line  25  [Schedule  4],  at end insert—

 

‘(1A)    

The first order under subsection (1) must be to the effect that the sale of all alcohol

 

in all establishments must be set as a minimum price per unit of alcohol sold.

 

(1B)    

A unit of alcohol for the purposes of subsection (1A) shall be defined as each ten

 

millilitres of ethanol per whole beverage.


 
 

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(1C)    

The minimum price per unit of alcohol sold to which subsection (1A) refers shall

 

be determined by an independent board of experts.

 

(1D)    

The membership of the independent board of experts mentioned in subsection

 

(1C) shall be determined by the Secretary of State.

 

(1E)    

The order referred to in subsection (1A) shall be exempt from the provisions of

 

the Competition Act 1998.’.

 


 

Chris Huhne

 

Paul Holmes

 

Not selected  173

 

Page  151,  line  28  [Schedule  4],  at end insert—

 

‘(1A)    

In considering whether to make any resolutions under subsection (1), the relevant

 

licensing authority will have a duty to consider whether crime, disorder or

 

violence could be reduced or prevented by the use of toughened polycarbonate

 

drinking vessels, and if it is deemed that violence could be reduced or prevented,

 

that licensing authority has a duty to take steps to ensure that such vessels are

 

being used at the relevant times in relevant licensed premises.’.

 


 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  120

 

Page  170,  line  2  [Schedule  7],  leave out ‘in particular localities’ and insert ‘to

 

existing licences’.

 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  121

 

Page  170,  line  8  [Schedule  7],  leave out ‘in particular localities’ and insert ‘to

 

existing licences’.

 


 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  122

 

Page  170,  line  13  [Schedule  7],  leave out ‘in particular localities’ and insert ‘to

 

existing licences’.

 

Secretary Jacqui Smith

 

Agreed to  123

 

Page  170,  line  15  [Schedule  7],  leave out paragraph 33 and insert—

 

‘33(1)  

Section 57 (duty to keep and produce licence) is amended as follows.

 

      (2)  

In the heading after “licence” insert “etc.”.

 

      (3)  

In subsection (2) for “is” substitute “and a list of any relevant general

 

conditions applicable to the licence are”.

 

      (4)  

In subsection (5)—

 

(a)    

after “it)” insert “or a list of relevant general conditions”, and

 

(b)    

after “copy)” insert “or the list”.


 
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