Procedures in the Lords often differ from those in the Commons. On legislation, for example, we do not employ guillotine or timetabling motions, all amendments tabled are put before the House, and amendments can be taken on Third Reading. None of this applies in the Commons. There are also some differences when it comes to divisions. Not only is there a difference in terminology (ayes/noes, contents/not contents), but we also do things differently if a member votes in both lobbies or if there is a tied vote. I have done a post on Lords of the Blog explaining exactly what these differences are.