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AD HOC COMMITTEE - FINANCIAL INVESTIGATIONS (NI) ORDER 2001
MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS: MONDAY, 8 JANUARY 2001
ROOM 135, PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS
Meeting opened at 2.07pm in public session.
The apologies are listed above.
2. Approval of draft minutes of previous proceedings
The minutes were agreed and signed by the Chairperson.
3. Matters arising from meeting of 19 December 2000
The Chairperson reminded the members of the Secretary of State's letter to Lord Alderdice outlining that comments should be received from the Assembly no later than 12 February 2001.
4. Evidence from the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC)
Evidence on the Financial Investigations (NI) Order 2001 was taken from Detective Superintendent David Thompson and Detective Chief Inspector Alan Mains from the RUC.
2.13pm Mr Ervine joined the meeting
5. Evidence from Her Majesty's Customs and Excise
Evidence on the Financial Investigations (NI) Order 2001 was taken from Mr Bill Logan and Mr Donald Toon from Her Majesty's Customs and Excise. It was agreed that they would forward additional information.Action: Clerk.
6. Any other business
The Chairperson informed members that The General Council of the Bar of Northern Ireland would not be able to provide a written submission until after their meeting of 17 January 2001 and the Northern Ireland Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux would not be submitting a written response.
The Committee agreed to ask the Criminal Assets Bureau, Dublin for an oral presentation. Action: Clerk.
7. Dates of future meetings
The next meeting of the Committee is to be held on Tuesday, 9 January 2001 at 10.30am in Room 144 in Parliament Buildings. A further meeting for Tuesday 16 January 2001 at 10.30am was agreed.
The Chairperson adjourned the meeting at 3.28pm
Alban Maginness MLA
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