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Animals Act 1971 (Amendment) Bill

Private Members' Bill (Ballot Bill)

Originated in the House of Commons, Session 2007-08

Last updated: 7 February 2011 at 14:34

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Long title

A Bill to amend the Animals Act 1971 to limit strict liability for damage done by animals

Summary

The Bill aims to reduce the number of instances under the Animals Act 1971 when, following an accident involving certain types of animal, an owner of the animal is strictly liable (that is, liable to pay compensation regardless of whether there is any fault on the owner’s part). The Bill was drafted in conjunction with the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

Sponsor

Mr Stephen Crabb
Conservative
Preseli Pembrokeshire

Current version of the Bill

Bill as introduced - html version
11 March 2008
Commons

Bill passage

Bill started in the House of Commons
1st reading
Committee stage
Report stage
3rd reading
Bill in the House of Lords
1st reading
2nd reading
Committee stage
Report stage
3rd reading
Final stages
Consideration of amendments
Royal Assent
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