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Air Departure Tax (Scotland) Act 2017

Parliamentary History

82.The table below 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, and the reference to the Official Report of those proceedings. It also shows the dates on which Committee reports and other papers relating to the Act were published, and references to those reports and other papers.

Proceedings and ReportReference
Air Departure Tax (Scotland) Bill as introduced, 19 December 2016SP Bill 3 – Session 5 (2016)
SPICe briefing on Bill as introduced, 25 January 2017SB 17-05– Session 5 (2017)
Stage 1
Finance and Constitution Committee (Lead Committee)
Wednesday 1 February 2017Columns 11 to 60
Official report, 1 February 2017
Wednesday 8 February 2017Columns 22 to 46
Official report, 8February 2017
Wednesday 22 February 2017Columns 1 to 28
Official report, 22 February 2017
Wednesday 1 March 2017Columns 1 to 26
Official report, 1 March 2017
Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee
Tuesday 31 January 2017Columns 7 to 9
Official report, 31 January 2017
Tuesday 21 February 2017Column 1
Official report, 21 February 2017
Tuesday 28 February 2017Columns 1
Official report, 28 February 2017
Consideration by Parliament
Stage 1 debate, 25 April 2017Columns 58 to 100
Official report, 25 April 2017
Stage 2
Finance and Constitution Committee
Marshalled list of amendmentsSP Bill 3-ML – Session 5 (2017)
Stage 2 consideration, 17 May 2017Columns 1 to 24
OfficialReport, 17 May 2017
Bill as amended at Stage 2, 18 May 2017SP Bill 3A – Session 5 (2017)
Stage 3
Consideration by Parliament
Marshalled list of amendmentsSP Bill 3A-ML – Session 5 (2017)
Stage 3 consideration and debate, 20 June 2017Columns 34 to 74
Official Report, 20 June 2017
Bill as passed, 21 June 2017SP Bill 3B – Session5 (2017)
Royal Assent
Royal Assent, 25 July 2017Air Departure Tax (Scotland) Act 2017

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