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Schedule 3

Volume 890: debated on Monday 21 April 1975

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Lords Amendment: No. 20, in page 20. column 3, leave out lines 6 to 11 and insert

In section 29(1), the words "other than associations falling within section 18(1)(b) of this Act".
In section 32(1), the words "or paragraph (b)".

Sections 109 to 116.

Schedule 10.

In Schedule 13, in paragraph 42(1)(a), the words from "and at" to the end of head (a), and paragraph 43(1)(b)"

I beg to move, That this House doth agree with the Lords in the said amendment.

This is a purely drafting amendment which lists the repeals of provisions of the Housing Act 1974 which were made by amendments which we earlier accepted.

Question put and agreed to.


Lords Amendment: No. 21, in line 5. after "1974;" insert

"to provide for agreements for the exercise by housing co-operatives of local authority housing functions; to render certain housing associations in Scotland whose rules restrict membership to tenants or prospective tenants and preclude the grant or assignation of tenancies to persons other than members, eligible for housing association grant and revenue deficit grant under the Housing Act 1974; "

I beg to move, That the House doth agree with the Lords in the said amendment.

This is a drafting amendment to the Long Title. It provides for an adjustment to the Long Title to take account of the provisions added to the Bill by the earlier Lords Amendments Nos. 3 and 9 which dealt with housing co-operatives.

Question put and agreed to.

House Of Commons Disqualification Bill Lords

Order for Second Reading read.

12.17 a.m.

I beg to move, That the Bill be now read a Second time.

This is the first of four consolidation Bills which will be introduced to the House tonight. It consolidates measures dealing with disqualification from membership of the House of Commons and in particular it consolidates the main Act, the House of Commons Disqualification Act 1957.

It is a consolidation Bill purely and simply. It has been through the Joint Committee, which made certain amendments which have been incorporated in the Bill. The Joint Committee has certified that the Bill with the amendments is purely consolidation, and I assure the House that it represents the existing law.

I should like to express the appreciation of the House to the Joint Committee and to its Chairman, Lord Simon of Glaisdale, for once again producing a simple measure which will assist in making the statutes easier to read.

12.19 a.m.

I have studied the Bill and support wholeheartedly this consolidation measure, which we welcome.

Question put and agreed to.

Bill accordingly read a Second time.

Bill committed to a Committee of the whole House.—[ Mr. James Hamilton.]

Bill immediately considered in Committee.

[Sir MYER GALPERN in the Chair]

Clauses 1 to 11 ordered to stand part of the Bill.