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Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013

Hansard References

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

House of Commons
First Reading20 June 2012

Volume 546

Column 880

Second Reading13 July 2012

Volume 548

Columns 576-616

Committee Stage11-12 September 2012Public Bill Committee for the Scrap Metal Dealers Bill
Report Stage and Third Reading9 November 2012

Volume 552

Columns 1142-1195

House of Lords
First Reading12 November 2012

Volume 740

Column 1274

Second Reading30 November 2012

Volume 741

Columns 408-430

Committee Stage18 January 2013

Volume 742

Columns 879-891

Report stage5 February 2013

Volume 743

Column 140

Third Reading12 February 2013

Volume 743

Column 567

Royal Assent28 February 2013

House of Commons – Volume 559 Column 491

House of Lords –

Volume 743 Column 1155

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