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Bills in Progress to 15 March 2018

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  • Abortion Reform Bill 2018

    A Bill to restate the law relating to abortion with amendments; and for connected purposes.

    House of Keys:

    Leave to Introduce: 24.01.2017; 1R: 23.01.2018;2R: 30.01; Cte of whole house - witnesses examined: 14.02; Clause 1 adjourned sine die: 14.02; Clauses 1-11: 6.03 (*Cl 3 - debate adjourned; *Cl 4, 6, 7, Cl 8 - debate adjourned; *Cl 9, 10, 11, *New Cl 1); Long title: 13.03​; *New Cl 2, *Cl 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, *Long Title, *New Cl 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 agreed in principle - debate adjourned (Dr Allinson)

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  • Airports and Civil Aviation (Amendment) Bill 2018

    ​A Bill to amend the Airports and Civil Aviation Act 1987 to provide enabling powers for the making of Isle of Man secondary legislation that is not derived from related secondary legislation enacted in the United Kingdom; to authorise the enactment of Isle of Man secondary legislation that gives effect to international obligations of the Island in relation to civil aviation; and for connected purposes.

    House of Keys:

    1R: 23.01.2018; 2R: 30.01;Clauses: 14.02 (*Cl 6); 3R:27.02
    (Mr Skelly)

    Legislative Council:

    1R: 13.03​; 2R: 27.03; Clauses: 27.03
    (Mr Crookall)

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  • Anti-Money Laundering and Other Financial Crime (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill 2018

    ​A Bill to amend the Anti-Terrorism and Crime Act 2003. the Proceeds of Crime Act 2008, the Terrorism and Other Crime (Financial Restrictions) Act 2014 and the Financial Intelligence Unit Act 2016, to amend certain record-keeping provisions of the Foundations Act 2011, to amend the Companies Act 1931, the Companies Act 2006, the Foundations Act 2011, the Limited Liability Companies Act 1996 and the Partnership Act 1909 in order to provide powers to make enquiries in respect of information to be registered, in accordance with recommendations specified in the Fifth Round Mutual Evaluation Report of the Committee of Experts on the Evaluation of Anti-Money Laundering Measures and the Financing of Terrorism; to amend the Criminal Justice Act 1991 to make provision for the jurisdiction of courts in the Island in relation to certain criminal offences; to amend the Gambling (Amendment) Act 2006 to add to the decisions that may be appealed under Schedule 4 to that Act and to amend the matters in respect of which there may be a stay pending an appeal; to amend Schedule 1 to the Financial Services Act 2008 in relation to the persons in respect of which an AML/CFT investigation may be conducted and Schedule 5 of the Insurance Act 2008 so as to apply certain powers available under it to such investigations; and for connected purposes.

    House of Keys:

    1R: 06.03.2018; 2R: 13.03​; Clauses: 27.03; 3R: 27.03
    (Miss Bettison)

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  • Central Registry Bill 2018

    ​A Bill to establish the Central Registry; to create the office of Registrar General; to transfer certain functions of the General Registry to the Central Registry, the Registrar General and the Treasury; to make minor amendments to the law on the registration of interests in land; to provide for the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme; and for connected purposes.

    House of Keys:

    1R: 23.01.2018; 2R: 30.01; Clauses: 13.03​ (*Cl 7); 3R 27.03
    (Mr Skelly)

  • Credit Unions (Amendment) Bill 2017

    ​A Bill to amend the Credit Unions Act 19936 to impose a requirement for credit unions to be licensed by the Isle of Man Financial Services Authority; to make comprehensive and self-sufficient provision for the registration of credit unions; to break the reliance on the Industrial and Building Societies Acts 1892 to 1986; to subject credit unions to the requirements of the Financial Services Act 2008; and for connected purposes.

    House of Keys:

    1R: 24.10.2017; 2R: 28.11; Clauses: 19.12; 3R: 23.01.2018; Council amendments considered: 27.02
    (Mr Shimmins)

    Legislative Council:

    1R: 30.01; 2R: 06.02; Clauses: 06.02 (*Cl 36, 37); 3R: 14.02
    (Mr Henderson)

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  • Data Protection Bill 2018

    ​A Bill to enable provision to be made to adequately protect personal data; to regulate the control and processing of personal data; and for connected purposes.

    House of Keys:

    1R: 06.02.2018; 2R: 06.02; Clauses: 27.02; 3R: 06.03
    (Mr Thomas)

    Legislative Council:

    1R: 13.03​; 2R: 27.03; Clauses: 27.03; 3R: 27.03
    (HM Attorney General - Mr Quinn)

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  • Freedom of Information (Amendment) Bill 2017

    A Bill to am​end the Freedom of Information Act 2015; and for connected purposes.

    House of Keys:

    1R: 13.06.2017; 2R: 27.06; Clauses: 07.11 (*Cl 6, 10, Four new clauses)(Clauses 9 and 11 not moved);3R: 14.11
    (Mr Thomas)

    Legislative Council:

    1R: 28.11; 2R: 05.12; Clauses: 05.12; 3R: 05.12
    (HM Attorney General - Mr Quinn)

    Tynwald:

    Bill signed: 16.01.2018

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  • Private Members' Bills - Leave to Introduce granted

    ​(HoK SO 4.4(2): Where the House resolves to grant a Member leave to introduce a Bill, the leave to introduce shall lapse at the end of the Session following the one in which the leave was granted.)

    A Bill to amend the law relating to organ donation; and for connected purposes. (Keys 31.10.2017; Mr Perkins)

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  • Road Traffic Legislation (Amendment) Bill 2016

    ​A Bill to amend the Road Traffic Act 1995; the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1985 and the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1984.

    Legislative Council:

    1R: 26.04.2016;2R: 24.05; Clauses 1-15: 24.05 (*Cl 1); Referred to Cte: 24.05; Cte report considered: 27.06.2017
    (Mr Corkish)

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Key to abbreviations -

1R = First Reading
2R = Second Reading
Clauses = Clauses considered
*Cl. Denotes Clause where successful amendment moved
Rpt = Report considered
3R = Third Reading
Sch. = Schedule
RA = Royal Assent announced
Prosp. = not yet in force
ADO = Appointed Day Order
wef = with effect from
*text* or *text*= agreed amendment
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