Current Bills

 

Government Bill:

  • Current stage: Stage 1 Completion date: To be completed by16/11/2018
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Government Bill:

  • Current stage: Stage 1 Completion date: To be completed by08/02/2019
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Government Bill:

  • Current stage: Stage 1 Completion date: To be completed by07/12/2018
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Management of Offenders (Scotland) Bill

Introduced : 22 February 2018

Lead Committee : Justice Committee

Government Bill:

  • Current stage: Stage 1 Completion date: To be completed by14/09/2018
  • Stage 2 Completion date:
  • Stage 3 Completion date:
 
 

Planning (Scotland) Bill

Introduced : 04 December 2017

Lead Committee : Local Government and Communities Committee

Government Bill:

  • Stage 1 Completed on29/05/2018
  • Current stage: Stage 2 Completion date: To be completed by09/11/2018
  • Stage 3 Completion date:
 
 

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Prescription (Scotland) Bill

Introduced : 08 February 2018

Lead Committee : Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee

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Government Bill:

  • Stage 1 Completed on19/06/2018
  • Current stage: Stage 2 Completion date: To be completed by18/09/2018
  • Stage 3 Completion date:
 
 

Transport (Scotland) Bill

Introduced : 08 June 2018

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Government Bill:

  • Stage 1 Completed on07/03/2018
  • Stage 2 Completed on14/03/2018
  • Current stage: Stage 3 Completion date: Completed on21/03/2018
 
 

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How are laws passed?

Bill Stages

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Milestone dates in the consideration of a bill, such as when a stage was completed, are noted underneath the icons.

N/A indicates that this stage of the bill has not yet been reached.

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Office of the Clerk dates

When the Office of the Clerk is open, these days are defined as ‘counting days’.

Motions, amendments and questions may be lodged and Bills introduced on days when the Office of the Clerk is open.

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