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C : Agendas of Committee Meetings
E : Written questions lodged
F : Motions and Amendments
G : Bills: Notices and Amendments
H : New Documents
I : Petitions lodged
K : Progress of Parliamentary Business

Business Bulletin No. 21 / 2004

Monday 2nd February 2004

Section G: Bills: Notices and Amendments

  

New Bills introduced or reprinted on 30 January 2004

Tenements (Scotland) Bill-A Bill for an Act of the Scottish Parliament to make provision about the boundaries and pertinents of properties comprised in tenements and for the regulation of the rights and duties of the owners of properties comprised in tenements; to make minor amendments of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9); and for connected purposes. (SP Bill 19) (Executive Bill)

Introduced by: Ms Margaret Curran

Supported by: Cathy Jamieson, Mrs Mary Mulligan

Explanatory Notes (and other accompanying documents) (SP Bill 19-EN) and a Policy Memorandum (SP Bill 19-PM) were printed to accompany the Bill.

New amendments to Bills lodged on 30 January 2004

Education (Additional Support for Learning) (Scotland) Bill - Stage 2

Section 2

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

1 In section 2, page 1, line 24, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

2 In section 2, page 2, line 4, at end insert-

<( ) by the education authority in the exercise of their functions relating to education,>

Section 3

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

3 In section 3, page 2, line 23, leave out <by> and insert <to secure that the education is directed to the development to the fullest potential of the personality, talents and mental and physical abilities of>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

4 In section 3, page 2, line 27, leave out from <or> to end of line 28

Section 4

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

5 In section 4, page 3, line 8, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

6 In section 4, page 3, line 16, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

7 In section 4, page 3, line 18, leave out <they consider the request to be> and insert <the request is>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

8 In section 4, page 3, line 31, after <decision> insert <, and-

( ) inform the person who made the request of the existence of mediation services (provided for under section 16) and how local providers of such services may be contacted, and (as appropriate) of the person's right to refer the decision to the Tribunal>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

9 In section 4, page 3, line 38, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

10 In section 4, page 4, line 3, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

11 In section 4, page 4, line 4, leave out from <unless> to end of line

Section 5

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

12 In section 5, page 4, line 18, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

13 In section 5, page 5, line 10, leave out <co-ordinated>

Section 7

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

14 In section 7, page 6, line 7, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

15 In section 7, page 6, line 9, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

16 In section 7, page 6, line 17, at end insert-

<( ) a statement of the arrangements, including arrangements with such appropriate agency or agencies as it thinks fit, the authority proposes to make for the child or young person on ceasing to receive school education,>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

17 In section 7, page 6, line 32, leave out <co-ordinated>

Section 8

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

18 In section 8, page 7, line 6, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

19 In section 8, page 7, line 9, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

20 In section 8, page 7, line 16, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

21 In section 8, page 7, line 24, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

22 In section 8, page 7, line 26, leave out <they consider the request to be> and insert <the request is>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

23 In section 8, page 7, line 28, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

24 In section 8, page 7, line 29, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

25 In section 8, page 8, line 1, leave out <co-ordinated>

Section 9

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

26 In section 9, page 8, line 11, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

27 In section 9, page 8, line 31, leave out <co-ordinated>

Section 10

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

28 In section 10, page 9, line 28, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

29 In section 10, page 9, line 30, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

30 In section 10, page 10, line 10, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

31 In section 10, page 10, line 20, at end insert <or-

( ) no later than 24 months before the date when a child or young person-

(i) who has a co-ordinated support plan, and

(ii) for whose school education the authority are responsible,

is expected to cease receiving school education,>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

32 In section 10, page 10, line 36, after <education> insert <, and-

( ) seek and take account of the views of-

(i) in the case of a child, the child (unless the authority are satisfied that the child is incapable) and the child's parent, and

(ii) in the case of a young person, that young person or, if the authority are satisfied that the young person is incapable, the young person's parent>

Section 13

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

33 In section 13, page 12, line 31, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

34 In section 13, page 12, line 37, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

35 In section 13, page 13, line 1, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

36 In section 13, page 13, line 15, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

37 In section 13, page 13, line 24, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

38 In section 13, page 13, line 25, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

39 In section 13, page 13, line 36, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

40 In section 13, page 13, line 41, leave out <co-ordinated>

Section 14

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

41 In section 14, page 14, line 7, after <authority> insert <or any other person identified by virtue of section 7(2)(a)(iv)>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

42 In section 14, page 14, line 27, leave out <co-ordinated>

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

43 In section 14, page 14, line 34, leave out <co-ordinated>

Section 19

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

44 In section 19, page 16, leave out line 28

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

45 In section 19, page 16, line 28, after <functions> insert <, or-

( ) is not appropriate to the additional support needs of the child or young person>

Section 22

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

46 In section 22, page 17, line 37, leave out <co-ordinated>

Section 23

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

47 In section 23, page 18, line 22, leave out <co-ordinated>

Section 24

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

48 In section 24, page 19, line 9, leave out <co-ordinated>

Proposals for Members' Bills

Names marked with an asterisk (*) are new names of support. Proposals that have attracted 11 supporters have those supporters' names shown in bold. The member who lodged such a proposal has the right to introduce a Member's Bill to give effect to that proposal under Rule 9.14 of the Standing Orders.

John Farquhar Munro: Proposed Human Organ Transplantation (Register) Bill-Proposal for a Bill to make provision for the transplantation of organs unless an objection is received. (lodged 21 January 2004)

Supported by: Kate Maclean, Robin Harper, Carolyn Leckie, Ms Rosemary Byrne, Tommy Sheridan, Donald Gorrie, Alex Fergusson, Mike Pringle, Iain Smith, Nora Radcliffe, Linda Fabiani, Stewart Stevenson, George Lyon, Mr Stewart Maxwell, Shiona Baird, Dennis Canavan, Frances Curran, Eleanor Scott, Alex Neil, Mr Rob Gibson, Mr Kenny MacAskill, John Swinburne, Margaret Jamieson, Chris Ballance, Nicola Sturgeon, Mr Kenneth Macintosh, Cathie Craigie, Janis Hughes, Paul Martin, Scott Barrie, Mr John Home Robertson

 

 

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