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Volume 958: debated on Monday 20 November 1978

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That any Act of the present Session to amend the law relating to companies (the present Acts may—

  • (1) require the payment to the registrar for the purposes of the Registration of Business Names Act 1916 of fees in respect of matters specified by regulations made under the present Act;
  • (2) authorise that registrar to charge fees for any services provided by him otherwise than in pursuance of an obligation imposed on him by law;
  • (3) provide for the payment into the Consolidated Fund of fees payable to that registrar in pursuance of the present Act and of any increases attributable to the present Act in the sums received by the registrar of companies.—[Mr. Walter Harrison.]