Abolition Of Pilotage Authorities
Amendments made, No. 54, in page 18, line 8, leave out `the relevant' and insert 'any'.
No. 55, in page 18, line 9, after 'authority', insert
`which in the opinion of the Pilotage Commission have been used, have accrued or, as the case may be, have been incurred exclusively in connection with its pilotage functions'.
No. 56, in page 18, line 13, leave out from 'vesting' to 'in' in line 14.
No. 57, in page 18, line 16, leave out from 'itself' to end of line 18 and insert
'of any property rights and liabilities of the pilotage authority which, in the opinion of the Commission, have been used, have accrued or, as the case may be, have been incurred exclusively in connection with the authority's pilotage functions;
(b) make may similar provisions as to any such property rights and liabilities which, in the opinion of the Commission have been used, have accrued or, as the case may be, have been incurred substantially but not exclusively in connection with those functions; and'
No. 58, in page 18, line 22, leave out 'relates to service' and insert
'calculated by reference to remuneration paid and service given'.
No. 59, in page 18, line 23, at end insert 'or guaranteed'.
No. 60, in page 18, line 23, at end insert—
`( ) Proposals submitted under subsection (2) above may include such supplementary and incidental provision in connection with the matters there mentioned as the Pilotage Commission considers appropriate.'.
No. 61, in page 18, line 28, leave out 'abolished' and insert 'pilotage'.
No. 62, in page 18, line 37, leave out subsections (7) and (8)
No. 64, in page 18, line 45, at end insert—
`( ) Nothing in this section shall require a scheme to make provision for the vesting in a competent harbour authority of any property, rights or liabilities already vested in it in its capacity as a pilotage authority.
( ) The Pilotage Commission may require any pilotage authority to furnish it within such time and in such form as the Commission may specify with such information as it considers necessary for the purpose of formulating the proposals to be submitted by it under this section; and any member of the Commission or person appointed by it for the purpose may inspect any books, documents or other records in the possession of the authority relating to any matter in respect of which information is required to be furnished under this subsection.'. —[Mr. Michael Spicer.]
Clause 24, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill.