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Dormant Bank and Building Society Accounts Act 2008

Hansard References

100.The following table sets out the dates and Hansard references for each stage of this Act’s passage through Parliament.

StageDateHansard reference
House of Lords
Introduction7 November 2007Vol. 696 Col 21
Second Reading21 November 2007Vol. 696 Cols 870-898
Committee10 December 2007Vol. 697 Cols GC 1-52
11 December 2007Vol. 697 Cols GC 53-112
10 January 2008Vol. 697 Cols GC 329-386
15 January 2008Vol. 697 Cols GC 461-508
Report29 January 2008Vol. 698 Cols 555-609
Third Reading26 February 2008Vol. 699 Cols 554-571
Lords consideration of Commons amendments19 November 2008Vol. 705 Cols 1162-1182
House of Commons
Introduction27 February 2008House of Commons Votes and Proceedings 27 February 2008
Second Reading6 October 2008Vol. 480 Cols 39-103
Committee14 October 2008Hansard Dormant Bank and Building Society Accounts Bill (Lords) Committee
15 October 2008
16 October 2008
Report and Third Reading3 November 2008Vol. 482 Cols 23-91
Commons consideration of Lords message25 November 2008Vol. 483 Cols 644-646
Royal Assent– 26 November 2008House of Lords Hansard Vol. 705 Cols 1476-7
House of Commons Hansard Vol. 483 Col 855

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