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Friendly Societies Bill Money

Volume 205: debated on Monday 9 March 1992

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Queen's Recommendation having been signified—


That, for the purposes of any Act resulting from the Friendly Societies Bill, it is expedient to authorize—
  • (1) the payment out of money provided by Parliament of—
  • (a) any expenses incurred by the Friendly Societies Commission established by that Act which are attributable to that Act;
  • (b) any expenses incurred by the Treasury—
  • (i) for the purposes of tribunals established in pursuance of that Act to hear appeals against decisions of that Commission; or
  • (ii) for the purposes of any person appointed under that Act to determine disputes under the National Savings Banks Act 1971 or the National Debt Act 1972;
  • (c) any expenses incurred by the Chief Registrar of friendly societies which are attributable to any functions of his or of the central office under the Act;
  • (2) any increase attributable to that Act in the sunas so payable under any other enactment.—[Mr. Maples.]