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Committee's Report published.
Department presented Command Paper (Cm 8796) to Parliament on Thursday 23 January 2014 introducing the Consumer Rights Bill for First Reading followed by Second Reading on Tuesday 28 January.
Following publication of the Government’s draft Consumer Rights Bill, the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee conducted pre-legislative scrutiny on the Bill.
The draft Bill and its accompanying documentation can be found at:https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/draft-consumer-rights-bill
Topics that the Committee considered included the Government's proposed measures on:
Business, Innovation and Skills Committee publishes report on Draft Consumer Rights Bill
The Business, Innovation and Skills Committee will publish its Sixth Report of Session 2013–14, Draft Consumer Rights Bill (HC 697-I) at 0.01am on Monday 23 December
Committee to hear from BIS Minister
Committee hears from the OFT and Trading Standards Institute
Committee to hear from consumer and business interests and the Law Commission
The Business, Innovation and Skills Committee has announced its intention to conduct pre-legislative scrutiny on Consumers Rights Bill
Volume I: Report, together with formal minutes
Volume II: Oral and written evidence
Volume III: additional written evidence