Draft Bank of England Act 1998 (Macro-prudential Measures) Order 2013 and 2 associated instruments - Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee Contents


Instruments not drawn to the special attention of the house

The Committee has considered the instruments set out below and has determined that the special attention of the House need not be drawn to them.

Draft Instruments subject to affirmative approval

  Charities (Incorporated Church Building Society) (England and Wales) Order 2013

  Civil Legal Aid (Costs) Regulations 2013

  Conditional Fee Agreements Order 2013

  Damages-Based Agreements Regulations 2013

  East Hertfordshire and Stevenage (Boundary Change) Order 2013

  Gateshead and Northumberland (Boundary Change) Order 2013

  Legal Aid (Information about Financial Resources) Regulations 2013

Instruments subject to annulment

SI 2013/92  Recovery of Costs Insurance Premiums in Clinical Negligence Proceedings Regulations 2013

SI 2013/93  Offers to Settle in Civil Proceedings Order 2013

SI 2013/105  Pension Protection Fund and Occupational Pension Schemes (Levy Ceiling and Compensation Cap) Order 2013

SI 2013/106  Non-Domestic Rating (Transitional Protection Payments) Regulations 2013

SI 2013/107  Non-Domestic Rating (Designated Areas) Regulations 2013

SI 2013/108  Non-Domestic Rating (Renewable Energy Projects) Regulations 2013

SI 2013/109  Uplands Transitional Payment Regulations 2013

APPENDIX 1: INTERESTS AND ATTENDANCE


Committee Members' registered interests may be examined in the online Register of Lords' Interests at www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld/ldreg.htm. The Register may also be inspected in the Parliamentary Archives.

For the business taken at the meeting on 5 February 2013 Members declared no interests.

ATTENDANCE:

The meeting was attended by Lord Bichard, Lord Eames, Lord Goodlad, Baroness Hamwee, Lord Hart of Chilton, Lord Methuen, Baroness Morris of Yardley, Lord Plant of Highfield, and Lord Scott of Foscote.


 
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