Subordinate Legislation Confirmation Bill (No 2)

About this bill

This bill's purpose is to prevent the revocation of certain subordinate legislation that, by virtue of the Acts under which it is made, is revoked at a stated time unless earlier confirmed by Act of Parliament. The bill relates to items of subordinate legislation made or presented to the House in the year ending with the close of 30 June 2016.

Current status

Royal Assent given 16 December 2016.
Enacted as the Subordinate Legislation Confirmation Act 2016 (16/103)

Member of Parliament responsible
Bill type

Government bill

All data
Bill type Government bill
Parliament 51
Ref 159-1
Introduced 18 August 2016
First reading 23 August 2016
Select Committee Regulations Review Committee
Second reading 14 December 2016
Third reading 14 December 2016
Royal Assent 16 December 2016
Enacted as Subordinate Legislation Confirmation Act 2016 (16/103)
Divided No

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