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Legal Writings (Counterparts and Delivery) (Scotland) Act 2015

Parliamentary History

30.The following table sets out, for each Stage of the proceedings in the Scottish Parliament on the Bill for this Act, the dates on which the proceedings of that Stage took place and the references to the official report of those proceedings. It also shows the dates on which the Committee Reports and other papers relating to the Act were published, and references to those reports and other papers.

Proceedings and ReportsReferences
Bill as introduced – 14 May 2014

SP Bill 50 - Session 4 (2014)

Bill (As introduced)

Stage 1
(a) Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee
18th Meeting, 27 May 2014In private
21st Meeting, 17 June 2014

Cols 1509 – 1534

Official Report of Meeting 17 June 2014

23rd Meeting, 05 August 2014

Col 1572

Official Report of Meeting 05 August 2014

25th Meeting, 19 August 2014

Cols 1600 – 1620

Official Report of Meeting 19 August 2014

27th Meeting, 30 September 2014

Cols 21 – 51

Official Report of Meeting 30 September 2014

28th Meeting, 07 October 2014

Cols 2 – 33

Official Report of Meeting 07 October 2014

29th Meeting, 28 October 2014

Cols 6 – 18

Official Report of Meeting 28 October 2014

Stage 1 Report, 14 November 2014

Stage 1 Report

Stage 1 Report on the Legal Writings (Counterparts and Delivery) (Scotland) Bill

(b) Finance Committee
17th Meeting, Wednesday 28 May 2014In private
(c) Consideration by the Parliament
Stage 1 Debate, 25 November 2014

Cols 34 – 64

Official Report of Parliament 25 November 2014

Stage 2
Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee
3rd Meeting, 20 January 2015

Col 2

Official Report of Meeting 20 January 2015

Stage 3
Consideration by the Parliament
Stage 3 Debate, 24 February 2015

Cols 8 - 28

Official Report, Meeting of the Parliament, 24 February 2015

Bill as passed
Royal Assent
01 April 2015Legal Writings (Counterparts and Delivery) (Scotland) Act 2015

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