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Bill documents — Non-Domestic Rating (Lists) Bill 2017-19

Bills

Full text of the Bill as introduced and further versions of the Bill as it is reprinted to incorporate amendments (proposals for change) made during its passage through Parliament.

House Bill Date
Lords HL Bill 198 (as introduced) | PDF version 23.07.2019
Commons Bill 402 2017-19, as introduced | PDF version 11.06.2019

Explanatory Notes

Documents to explain the purpose of the Bill.

House Explanatory Notes Date
Lords HL Bill 198 Explanatory Notes | PDF version 23.07.2019
Commons Bill 402 2017-19 explanatory notes | PDF version 12.06.2019

"English votes for English laws"

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House English votes for English laws Date
Commons Legislative Consent Motion - Letter to Dr Benger 15 July 2019 (PDF) 15.07.2019

Amendment papers

Full list of amendment papers relating to the Bill. Individual amendment papers will be replaced with consolidated lists before the amendments are discussed.

House Amendment Paper Date
Commons Public Bill Committee Amendments as at 25 June 2019 | PDF version 25.06.2019

Public Bill Committee and report stage proceedings: Commons

Details of the Public Bill Committee and report stage proceedings in the House of Commons. The documents contain the text of amendments considered at each sitting and show whether it was agreed to, negatived (not agreed), not called, not moved or withdrawn.

House Public Bill Committee and report stage proceedings: Commons Date
Commons Public Bill Committee Proceedings as at 25 June 2019 | PDF version 26.06.2019

Briefing papers

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House Briefing papers Date
Commons Briefing Paper on Second Reading 14.06.2019

Press notices

Archive of press notices related to the Bill.

House Press notices Date
Commons Schedule of meetings (PDF) 24.06.2019
Commons Have your say on the Non-Domestic Rating (Lists) Bill 18.06.2019

Library Notes

House of Lords Library Notes aim to be politically impartial and are compiled for Members of Parliament and their staff.

House Library Notes Date
Lords Non-Domestic Rating (Lists) Bill: Briefing for Lords Stages 15.08.2019

Written evidence

Written submissions from outside bodies and individuals are circulated to MPs appointed to examine the Bill during committee stage in a Public Bill Committee. The following written submissions were sent to this committee.

House Written evidence Date
Commons Written Evidence: Jerry Schurder, Head of Business Rates, Gerald Eve LLP (NDR01) 26.06.2019
Commons Written Evidence: Rating Surveyors' Association (NDR02) (PDF) 26.06.2019
Commons Written Evidence: Greater London Authority and London Councils (NDR03) 26.06.2019

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