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Bill stages — Bank of Ireland (UK) plc Act 2012

Dates for all stages of the passage of the Bill, including links to the debates.

Petitioning Period:
The House of Commons' petitioning period ended on 31.1.2011
The House of Lords petitioning period ended on 7.11.2011
Stage Date
Petition to introduce a Private Bill presented to Parliament Petition to introduce a Private Bill presented to Parliament 29 November, 2010 29.11.2010
1st reading: House of Commons 1st reading: House of Commons (no debate) 24.01.2011
2nd reading: House of Commons 2nd reading: House of Commons (no debate) 01.02.2011
Unopposed Bill Committee - day 1: House of Commons Unopposed Bill Committee - day 1: House of Commons 1 February, 2011 01.02.2011
Unopposed Bill Committee - day 2: House of Commons Unopposed Bill Committee - day 2: House of Commons 13 September, 2011 13.09.2011
Report stage: House of Commons Report stage: House of Commons (no debate) 13.10.2011
3rd reading: House of Commons 3rd reading: House of Commons (no debate) 27.10.2011
1st reading: House of Lords 1st reading: House of Lords 27 October, 2011 27.10.2011
2nd reading: House of Lords 2nd reading: House of Lords (no debate) 15.11.2011
Uncorrected transcript of the proceedings of the HL Unopposed Bill Committee on the Bank of Ireland (UK) plc Bill: House of Lords Uncorrected transcript of the proceedings of the HL Unopposed Bill Committee on the Bank of Ireland (UK) plc Bill: House of Lords 13 December, 2011 13.12.2011
3rd reading: House of Lords 3rd reading: House of Lords (no debate) 21.12.2011
Royal Assent Royal Assent 8 March, 2012 08.03.2012

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