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Building Societies (Funding) and Mutual Societies (Transfers) Bill (formerly Financial Mutuals Arrangements Bill) 2006-07

Private Members' Bill - Introduced by Sir John Butterfill

Progress of Bill including links to debates

Key to abbreviations 
C C C C C L L L L L    
1R 2R Comm Rep 3R 1R 2R Comm Rep 3R PP RA
13.12.06 23.03.07 25.04.07 27.04.07 27.04.07 30.04.07 14.06.07 10.07.07 24.07.07 12.10.07 19.10.07 23.10.07

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Royal Assent
23 Oct 07 Building Societies (Funding) and Mutual Societies (Transfers) Act 2007 Ch 26PDF Royal Assent - pdf version
23 Oct 07 Building Societies (Funding) and Mutual Societies (Transfers) Act 2007 Ch 26 Royal Assent - html version
Ping pong
19 Oct 07Proceedings Proceedings on Consideration of Lords Amendments as at 19 October 2007
15 Oct 07 Bill 159 06-07PDF Lords Amendments - pdf version
15 Oct 07 Bill 159 06-07 Lords Amendments - html version
Lords
10 July 07 Bill 93 06-07PDF Bill as amended in Committee - pdf version
10 July 07 Bill 93 06-07 Bill as amended in Committee - html version
6 July 07 Amendment paper Marshalled List of Amendments to be moved in Committee as at 6 July 2007
30 April 07 Bill 65 06-07PDF Bill as brought from the Commons - pdf version
30 April 07 Bill 65 06-07 Bill as brought from the Commons - html version
Commons
27 Apr 07 Proceedings Proceedings as at 27 April 2007
27 Apr 07 Amendment paper Consideration of Amendments as at 27 April 2007
25 April 07 Bill 95 06-07PDF Bill as amended in Public Bill Committee - pdf version
25 April 07 Bill 95 06-07 Bill as amended in Public Bill Committee - html version
25 Apr 07 Proceedings Public Bill Committee Proceedings as at 25 April 2007
25 Apr 07 Amendment paper Public Bill Committee Amendments as at 25 April 2007
13 Dec 06 Bill 23 06-07PDF Bill as Introduced - pdf version
13 Dec 06 Bill 23 06-07 Bill as Introduced - html version

About the Bill

Make provision in relation to funding limits in respect of building societies; to provide consequential rights to building society members; and to make provision in connection with the transfer of the business of certain mutual societies.

Explanatory Notes

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