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Proceeds of Crime Act 2002

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690.The following table sets out the date and Hansard references for each stage of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002's passage through Parliament.

StageDateHansard reference
House of Commons
Introduction18 October 2001Vol. 372 Col. 1325
Second Reading30 October 2001Vol. 373 Col. 757-851
Committee13 November 2001 to 5 February 2002 (39 sessions)Standing Committee B
Report and Third Reading26 and 27 February 2002Vol. 380 Cols. 582-679, 715-806
Consideration of Lords Amendments18 July 2002Vol. 389 Cols. 478-533
Further Consideration of Lords Amendments24 July 2002Vol. 389 Cols. 1050-1059
House of Lords
Introduction28 February 2002Vol. 631 Col. 1542
Second Reading25 March 2002Vol. 633 Cols. 12-30, 44-64
Committee22 April, 13 and 27 May 2002Vol. 634 Cols. 10-79, 96-116
Vol. 635 Cols. 23-80, 97-132 & 1051-1112
Report25 June 2002Vol. 636 Cols. 1205-1274, 1290-1348
Third Reading11 July 2002Vol. 637 Cols. 839-871
Consideration of Commons Reasons22 July 2002Vol. 638 Cols. 42-71
Royal Assent – House of Lords HansardVol. 638 Col. 508
House of Commons HansardVol. 389 Col. 1080

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