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Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Persons (Legal Aid). (29 Jul 1925)

Sir Douglas Hogg: ...to afford further monetary assistance to poor persons suing or being sued in the High Court. They have already, both under the existing Rules and under the Rules now proposed, exemption from Court fees, the free services of solicitor and counsel, and, when successful, the right to recover out-of-pocket expenses properly incurred from the unsuccessful party. Civil litigation in the High...

Communications Bill (22 May 2003)

Baroness Blackstone: .... I understand that some Members of the Committee, such as my noble friend Lord Sheldon, wish to maintain the existing position, and that others, such as the noble Lord, Lord Maclennan, may still feel that full Audit Office access to the BBC is necessary. However, the Government see tremendous merit in the compromise proposal put forward by the noble Lord, Lord Sharman. Our initial...

Orders of the Day — Gaelic (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (13 Feb 1981)

Douglas Hogg: The fees in some cases are far too great. I am grateful to my hon. Friend for his comment. But the point is that for all the parties to the litigation it is a frustrating, a time-consuming and a complicated process. We cannot ignore that aspect. In giving the right to a person to speak Gaelic we are imposing a burden on everybody else—and for what purpose? There will be nobody in those...

Orders of the Day — Third Schedule. — (Scheme for establishment of district probate registries.) (4 May 1925)

Sir Douglas Hogg: ...can imagine that there is a considerable waste of time in employing five people for this very small amount of labour. Although it is quite true that if you take the salary on the one hand, and the fees on the other, there is a small excess of fees over salaries, that loses sight of two important facts. The first is that salaries are not the only expense of the registry, as one has also to...

Orders of the Day: New Clause 16 — Names and addresses of members of companies: company application (18 Oct 2006)

David Howarth: ...to do that properly, there would be a possibility of judicial review. That is not the full system of independent review that the right hon. and learned Member for Sleaford and North Hykeham (Mr. Hogg) mentioned; nevertheless it is an important safeguard. Let me outline what makes the new clause much narrower than the proposal that was made in Committee and therefore acceptable. First, it...

Orders of the Day — COMPANIES BILL [Lords]: 'distribution of Profits and of Assets for Political Objects (3 Mar 1980)

Mr Peter Archer: ...that right with other people. The union cannot use its part of the political fund for political purposes. The Minister took up a point made in an intervention by the hon. Member for Grantham (Mr. Hogg). The hon. Member said that if a shareholder does not like a company's policy, he has a valid form of redress. He said that he had only to sell his shares and to invest in a different...

Scottish Parliament: Housing (4 Dec 2013)

Mary Fee: ...communities, local people and local economies as we speak. That lack of leadership and the entrenched lack of ambition have been criticised by Audit Scotland as well as by industry bodies. Phillip Hogg of Homes for Scotland said: “Tackling this issue will require bold vision, commitment and action from all parties in order to halt the decline of what is a key national indicator.”...

New Clause 1: Disposal of Fallen Stock (27 Feb 2001)

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown: My hon. Friend is right. He, too, understands the agriculture industry better than most Members of the House. For example, if a farmer has calves that are worth less than the auctioneer's selling fee of £1, he cannot afford to call out a vet at a call-out fee of at least £25 before the cost of drugs. Such circumstances cause severe difficulty. Currently, hunts provide a subsidised service...

Orders of the Day — Identity Cards Bill (28 Jun 2005)

Lynne Jones: ...the biometric details to be stored or to acknowledge the effectiveness of the same or the margins of, the consequences of, and the remedies for, error; fails properly to limit or define the fees which may be levied by the Secretary of State; and the Bill provides for the costs of the scheme to be paid on the authority of the Secretary of State without providing to Parliament any proper...

Income Tax (Offices and Employments): Clause 9. — (Jurisdiction of Reinstatement Committees.) (17 Feb 1944)

Mr Quintin Hogg: ...would like to give him this reassurance. On the whole the members of the profession, giving what he described with courtesy as the very best legal advice, do usually protect themselves by demanding fees of such a character that puts it quite out of the question that anybody would be tempted to employ them in a case of this kind; they would have to put up with someone like me.

Orders of the Day — Civil Services and Revenue Departments and Navy Supplementary Estimates, 1919–1920.: Navy Supplementary Estimate, 1919–20. (17 Mar 1920)

Mr James Hogge: ...been the practice with regard to the Law Officers. As far back as 1892 the Law Officers agreed to forego private work and their remuneration at that time was fixed on the basis of salaries, plus fees. That was abandoned in 1895, when a fixed salary for the Attorney-General of £10,000 and of £9,000 for the Solicitor-General was agreed upon. That continued up to 1897. From 1897 onwards we...

Civil Services and Revenue Depart- Ments Supplementary Estimate, 1921–22.: Class Ii. (22 Feb 1922)

Mr James Hogge: If the Parliamentary Secretary will look at Sub-section D in the original Estimates, dealing with County Receivers who are paid by fees, he will find an estimated amount of bonus totalling £4,500. Personally, I do not know the merits of the question, but obviously my right hon. Friend must either be misinformed or has not noticed the point, and therefore has not replied to the point raised...

Orders of the Day — County Courts [Salaries and Allowances]. (14 May 1924)

Sir Douglas Hogg: ...the Attorney-General gave as the cost, excluding the registrars. Further, it was anticipated, according to the figures that I had, that the whole of the cost would be covered by the County Court fees which would be received, so that the net cost to the revenue would be nothing at all. Of course, it may be that further investigation of the figures has shown that those results were not quite...

Summer Adjournment (20 Jul 2001)

Douglas Hogg: ...because the Government are not prepared to put the money into the remuneration of dentists. Whenever I have talked to dentists about why they are not willing to come to Sleaford, it comes down to fees. That is the responsibility of the Government.

Orders of the Day — Civil Services and Revenue Departments Estimates, 1922–23.: Board of Education. (27 Apr 1922)

Mr James Hogge: ...are not nearly so close, and they are much more difficult to overtake. We want to make the rungs in that part of the ladder as adequate as they are at the lower part of the ladder, so that, without fee, the child of the British citizen—in this ease, particularly the English and Welsh citizen—will be able to move from the elementary school to the highest point that our educational...

Private Landlords (Registration) (17 Jan 2018)

Phil Wilson: ...regulation of private landlords is frustrating. It is failing to solve the problems faced by local communities, local authorities are stretched beyond their ever-shrinking budgets, and local people feel neglected. I now believe it is time to consolidate regulation on private landlords, underpinned by a mandatory licensing scheme to help to remedy some of the disquiet felt by people in...

Orders of the Day — Identity Cards Bill (20 Dec 2004)

Mr Simon Thomas: ...Cymru and Scottish National party colleagues and I will be voting against the Bill tonight and for the amendment tabled by the right hon. and learned Member for Sleaford and North Hykeham (Mr. Hogg). I look forward to joining him in the Lobby, as this is an important opportunity for us to voice our deep discontent with the Bill. It is also an opportunity for all parts of the House to...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Miners' Compensation (22 Apr 2004)

Nigel Griffiths: ...those who had unfairly taken a proportion of miners' compensation to repay the money. I wrote to the Law Society asking them to take action to ensure that their members voluntarily refund any fees taken, rather than wait for miners to contact them. I also passed the names of all firms who did not reply, to the Law Society asking them to take urgent action to ensure that the firms comply...

Orders of the Day — Treaty of Peace [Expenses]. (18 Jul 1919)

Mr James Hogge: ...has been set up. No. 3 provides, if the clearing office system is adopted by the Government, for the expenses of the staff of the British clearing House, so far as they are not met out of fees and other receipts of the office; and there is a reference to Paragraph 15 of the Annex to Section II. of Part X., which I do not understand—I have not had time to look it up—but, presumably, it...

Orders of the Day — Television Licences (Disclosure of Information) Bill: Liability of Directors etc. (22 May 2000)

Janet Anderson: ...point by the hon. Gentleman, I said that we did not envisage the contractors incurring hefty legal costs as a result. I assure the right hon. and learned Member for Sleaford and North Hykeham (Mr. Hogg) that the Bill's main priority is to facilitate the issue of free television licences to pensioners over 75 on the due date of 1 November, and to make that process as simple as possible. If...

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