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Criminal Offences

Volume 404: debated on Thursday 8 May 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills if he will list, broken down by Act, the offences created in legislation sponsored by his Department and its predecessor since 1997. [112110]




Special Educational Needs and19Without reasonable excuse, failing to comply with procedural requirements of the Tribunal.
Disability Act 2001
Education Act 2002159(1)To conduct an independent school which is not a registered school.
159(6)Wilfully to obstruct the Chief Inspector conducting an investigation into an allegation of an offence under Section 159(1) of the Act.
164(7)Wilfully to obstruct a person in the exercise of his functions in relation to the inspection of a registered school.
165(9)(a)Failure of a proprietor of a school to comply with an order made under Section 165(8) of the Act.
167(9)(a)Failure of a proprietor of a school to comply with an order of the tribunal made under Section 167(5) of the Act.
Schedule 13 paragraph 2Contravention by any person of the requirements of Section 79H(3)-(5) The Children Act 1989.