Current Bills

 

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Consumer Scotland Bill

Introduced : 05 June 2019

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Disclosure (Scotland) Bill

Introduced : 12 June 2019

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Government Bill:

  • Current stage: Stage 1 Completion date: To be completed by20/12/2019
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Government Bill:

  • Current stage: Stage 1 Completion date: To be completed by11/10/2019
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Referendums (Scotland) Bill

Introduced : 28 May 2019

Lead Committee : Finance and Constitution Committee

Government Bill:

  • Current stage: Stage 1 Completion date: To be completed by08/11/2019
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Scottish Biometrics Commissioner Bill

Introduced : 30 May 2019

Lead Committee : Justice Committee

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Scottish National Investment Bank Bill

Introduced : 27 February 2019

Government Bill:

  • Current stage: Stage 1 Completion date: To be completed by27/09/2019
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Transport (Scotland) Bill

Introduced : 08 June 2018

Lead Committee : Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee

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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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