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Results 1–20 of 704 for speaker:Mr James Cran

International Development Policy (Science) (17 Mar 2005)

Mr James Cran: Order. I am beginning to think that the hon. Gentleman is wandering wider than the reports under discussion. It is a long time since I have heard the words "international development" or "science and technology" linked together.

International Development Policy (Science) (17 Mar 2005)

Mr James Cran: Order. I simply wanted to say, lest somebody follows suit, that under our rules it is not permissible to refer to strangers.

International Development Policy (Science) (17 Mar 2005)

Mr James Cran: Order. Would you resume your seat once again, Dr. Turner? I am sorry to interrupt you a second time, but you are turning away from your microphone, and I regret to say that your words of wisdom are not being picked up, so you have to look at the microphone.

International Development Policy (Science) (17 Mar 2005)

Mr James Cran: Nor me.

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity Bill: Schedule 6 - Minor and consequential amendments (4 Nov 2004)

Mr James Cran: Order. Minister, you can tell us all these things at the end, but I think that I would like to get on with the Bill. We are at amendment No. 116, so can we get on?

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity Bill: Clause 64 - Commencement and extent (4 Nov 2004)

Mr James Cran: Before I put the Question, I am allowed to say one or two words on behalf myself and my co-Chairman. We have both immensely enjoyed chairing this Committee. I have learned, as I am sure he has, the most enormous amount from listening to what all of you have had to say. I have always felt that the best of the House of Commons is what one hears in Committees such as this. There is an awful lot...

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity Bill: Schedule 3 - International Protection of adults (4 Nov 2004)

Mr James Cran: Frankly, I think that there would have been a riot if you had not made that offer, Mr. Lammy.

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity Bill: Schedule 4 - Provisions applying to existing enduring powers of attorney (4 Nov 2004)

Mr James Cran: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendments: No. 79, in schedule 4, page 55, line 42, leave out 'is not yet becoming mentally incapable' and insert 'continues to have mental capacity'. No. 80, in schedule 4, page 56, line 29, leave out 'is for the time being mentally incapable' and insert 'for the time being lacks mental capacity'. No. 81, in schedule 4, page...

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity Bill: Schedule 6 - Minor and consequential amendments (4 Nov 2004)

Mr James Cran: With this it will be convenient to discuss Government amendments Nos. 117 to 119, 121, 122, 124 to 128, 130, 131 and 133.

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity Bill: Schedule 3 - International Protection of adults (4 Nov 2004)

Mr James Cran: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendments: No. 73, in schedule 3, page 44, line 24, leave out paragraph (b). No. 74, in schedule 3, page 48, line 9, after 'placement' insert 'and give any party it may feel is likely to have an interest in the outcome notification that it is doing so'. No. 75, in schedule 3, page 48, line 31, at end add 'or (c) would breach...

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity Bill: Clause 56 - Functions of the Public Guardian (4 Nov 2004)

Mr James Cran: With this it will be convenient to take the following amendments: No. 236, in clause 56, page 29, line 36, at end insert— '(i) undertaking and publicising the existence of monitoring of a random sample of registered and notified lasting powers of attorney each year, (j) checking at registration and at notification whether the donee is— (i) bankrupt, or (ii) an individual whose...

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity Bill: Clause 52 - Fees (4 Nov 2004)

Mr James Cran: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendments: No. 153, in clause 52, page 28, line 6, at end insert— '(d) other bodies representing people who lack capacity.'. No. 154, in clause 52, page 28, line 8, after 'fees', insert 'and remission of fees'.

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity Bill: Clause 47 - Power to call for reports (4 Nov 2004)

Mr James Cran: With this it will be convenient to discuss amendment No. 63, in clause 48, page 25, line 38, leave out 'or' and insert— '(dd) by a spouse civil partner or sibling of the person, or'.

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity Bill: Clause 48 - Applications to the Court of Protection (4 Nov 2004)

Mr James Cran: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendments: No. 238, in clause 49, page 26, line 16, at end insert— '(ba) as to donees, deputies and appointees for financial affairs by the Secretary of State where no continuing power of attorney exists, being entitled to be notified of, and be made parties to, the proceedings;'. No. 239, in schedule 4, page 53, line 45, at end...

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity Bill: Clause 44 - The judges of the Court of Protection (4 Nov 2004)

Mr James Cran: With this it will be convenient to discuss amendment No. 61, in clause 44, page 24, line 20, at end add 'and in particular he shall report to the Lord Chancellor annually on the operation of this Act'.

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity Bill: Clause 45 - General powers and effect of orders etc. (4 Nov 2004)

Mr James Cran: With this it will be convenient to discuss new clause 2—The Court of Protection, Supplementary Power— '(1) Under the Court of Protection's power to set aside contracts or to vary their terms, application may be made to the Court to challenge the validity of a contract entered into by P, notwithstanding section 7, (a) when a person lacks capacity to understand a contract when making it...

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity Bill: Clause 42 - Ill-treatment or neglect (4 Nov 2004)

Mr James Cran: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendments: No. 151, in clause 42, page 23, line 20, leave out 'the person concerned' and insert 'or unduly influences for his own advantage the person concerned, and— (b) include matters in relation to the financial affairs of the person who lacks capacity that are considered to fall outside the scope of the Theft Act 1968.'....

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity Bill: Clause 41 - Codes of practice: procedure (4 Nov 2004)

Mr James Cran: With this it will be convenient to discuss amendment No. 58, in clause 41, page 23, line 5, at end insert 'including the use of abridged or simplified versions and alternative formats, and shall take such steps as he may deem appropriate to ensure in the future that donees, deputies and others involved with the operation of this Act are familiar with its provisions'.

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity Bill: Clause 41 - Codes of practice: procedure (4 Nov 2004)

Mr James Cran: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendments: No. 56, in clause 41, page 23, line 1, leave out paragraph (b). No. 57, in clause 41, page 23, line 6, leave out subsections (4) and (5). No. 66, in clause 61, page 32, line 28, after 'under', insert 'section 35, section 39, section 41 or'. No. 68, in clause 64, page 33, line 18, at end insert ', but may not come...

Public Bill Committee: Mental Capacity Bill: Clause 40 - Codes of practice (4 Nov 2004)

Mr James Cran: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendments: No. 146, in clause 40, page 22, line 4, after 'practice', insert 'in suitable formats for the information and guidance of P and of any independent advocates assisting P and'. No. 54, in clause 40, page 22, line 12, at end insert— '(ee) with respect to the information to be compiled and retained by persons specified...


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