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Urgency Motion

The House agreed to sit under Urgency rules for the following business:

• the second reading of the Companies and Limited Partnerships Amendment Bill,
• the first reading of the Royal Succession Bill and its referral to a select committee,
• the introduction and first reading of the Copyright (Parallel Importation of Films) Amendment Bill and its referral to a select committee,
• the first reading of the Local Government (Auckland Council) Amendment Bill (No2)
• the second reading of the Building Amendment Bill (No 4)
• the second reading of the Families Commission Amendment Bill,
• the second reading of the Financial Reporting Bill
• the second reading of the Bail Amendment Bill
• the second reading of the Family Court Proceedings Reform Bill
• the second reading and committee stage of the Psychoactive Substances Bill
• the committee stage of the Legal Assistance Amendment Bill
• the committee stage of the State Sector and Public Finance Reform Bill
• the committee stage and third reading of the Plumbers, Gasfitters, and Drainlayers Amendment Bill and any bills into which it may be divided
• the committee stage of the Taxation (Livestock Valuation, Assets Expenditure, and Remedial Matters) Bill
• the committee stage of the Airports (Cost Recovery for Processing of International Travellers) Bill
• the committee stage of the Administration of Community Sentences and Orders Bill
• the committee stage of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (Covered Bonds) Amendment Bill, and
• the committee stage of the Medicines Amendment Bill


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