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States Meeting on 27th October, 2010 (Billet: XXI)

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Billet XXI (States Meeting 27th October 2010) Billet XXI Legislation (States Meeting 27th October 2010) Resolutions, Billet XXI, Made On 27th And 29th October and 23rd November 2010

At each meeting, a variety of topics are discussed. The articles on the agenda for the meeting starting on Wednesday 27th October, 2010 are listed on this page.

Billet d' État XXI of 2010

LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS

1. Projet de Loi entitled "The Renewable Energy (Guernsey) Law, 2010", p. 1551

2. The Public Health (Amendment) Ordinance, 2010, p. 1551

3. The Child Protection (Amendment) (Guernsey) Ordinance, 2010, p. 1551

4. Policy Council - GTA University Centre - Involvement and Funding by the Guernsey Financial Services Commission, p. 1552
pdf icon Amendment to Article 4, Billet XXI (States Meeting 27th October 2010) [60kb]

5. Health and Social Services Department - Misuse of Drugs (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law, 1974 - Proposed Amendment relating to Offences under Subordinate Legislation, p. 1555

6. Home Department - Electoral Roll, p. 1558
pdf icon Amendment to Article 6, Billet XXI (States Meeting 27th October 2010) [37kb]

7. Requête - Cigarette Vending Machines - Decision to Ban Completely, p. 1567

STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS LAID BEFORE THE STATES

The Employment Protection (Summonsing of Witnesses and Documents) (Amendment) Order, 2010, p. 1572

The Employment Protection (Recoverable Costs) (Amendment) Order, 2010, p. 1572

The Companies (Registrar) (Fees) (Amendment) (No.2) Regulations, 2010, p. 1572

APPENDICES

1. Treasury and Resources Department - Guernsey Electricity Limited - Submission of Annual Accounts, p. 1573

2. Treasury and Resources Department - Guernsey Post Limited - Submission of Annual Accounts, p. 1604

 

 

 

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Billet XXI (States Meeting 27th October 2010) Billet XXI Legislation (States Meeting 27th October 2010) Resolutions, Billet XXI, Made On 27th And 29th October and 23rd November 2010
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