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Criminal Procedure (Legal Assistance, Detention and Appeals) (Scotland) Act 2010

Parliamentary History

35.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 at that Stage took place, the references to the Official Report of those proceedings and the dates on which Committee Reports and other papers relating to the Bill were published, and references to those Reports and other papers.

Proceedings and ReportsReference
Bill as introducedSP Bill 60
Emergency Bill procedure
Motion to treat Bill as emergency BillCols, 29553 to 29556
Decision Time, Col 29556
Stage 1
Stage 1 debate, 27 October 2010Debate, Cols 29557to 29583 & Minutes
Financial resolution, Cols 29585 to 29586
Decision time, Col 29583
Stage 2
Committee in Parliament27 October 2010 Cols 29611 to 29655 & Minutes
Stage 3
Stage 3 debate, 27 October 2010Amendments, Cols 29656 to 29659
Debate, Cols 29659 to 29674
Decision Time, Cols 29677
Bill as passed, 27 October 2010SP Bill 60
Royal Assent
Royal Assent, 29 October 2010Criminal Procedure (Legal Assistance, Detention and Appeals) (Scotland) Act 2010

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