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Provided also that where in any case the execu

tion of works under this section produces an
increase in the value of the land comprised in
the area improved, which exceeds the sum
recovered or recoverable from the owners and
occupiers of such land under the provisions of
this section, the sum represented by such
difference shall be recovered from such owners
and occupiers in the like manner and subject
to the same provisions as are at present laid
down in this section for the recovery of

expenses incurred in executing such works.
For the purpose of ascertaining the increase in
the value of the land comprised in the area improved
in accordance with this proviso, regard shall be had
to the benefit accruing to the owners and occupiers
concerned, over a period extending from the date
of the completion of the works undertaken under
the provision of this section to a date thirty years

later” –(Mr. Bụxton). Motion made, and Question proposed,

“That the Clause be read a second time.”

Motion and Clause, by leave, withdrawn.

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New Clause (“Power to commute small drainage rates ’') brought up, and read the first time as follows:-“ Where under any scheme made in

scheme made in pursuance of this Act or any other Drainage Act small sums are payable by any persons by way of acreage or other rate the Authority by whom the rate is levied may make arrangements as to the commutation

of the said rate”(Brigadier-General Brooke). Motion made, and Question proposed, “ That the Clause be read a second time.

Motion and Clause, by leave, withdrawn.

Ordered : To Report the Bill, as amended, to the House.

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FROM

STANDING COMMITTEE B

ON THE

Law of Property (Amendment)

Bill [Lords]

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STANDING COMMITTEE B.

LAW OF PROPERTY (AMENDMENT) BILL (LORDS].

Read a second time, and committed to a Standing Committee on the 22nd April, and allocated by Mr. Speaker to the Committee on the 23rd April.

The Committee was constituted as follows :

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Mr. SAMUEL ROBERTS, appointed Chairman 27th April. Beamish, Rear-Admiral

Hirst, Mr. George Bowater, Sir Vansittart

*Hurd, Mr. *Bull, Sir William

Jenkins, Mr. Bullock, Captain

Jephcott, Mr. *Cautley, Sir Henry

Luce, Major-Gen. Sir Richard Cluse, Mr.

*Lunn, Mr. Cockerill, Brigadier-General Meyer, Sir Frank Colfox, Major

*Mitchell, Mr. Rosslyn Courtauld, Major

*Morris, Mr. *Courthope, Lt. Col. Sir George Oliver, Mr. Craig, Mr. Ernest

*Reid, Mr. David *Croft, Brig-Gen. Sir Henry

Riley, Mr. Page

Sanderson, Sir Frank *Cunliffe, Sir Herbert

"Scott, Sir Leslie Davies, Sir Thomas

Shepherd, Mr. Dean, Mr.

Slaney, Major KenyonEden, Captain

*Slesser, Sir Henry Forrest, Mr.

*Solicitor-General, Mr. Gibbins, Mr.

Stott, Lieut-Colonel *Guest, Mr. John

Sugden, Sir Wilfrid Hall, Vice-Adm. Sir Reginald

Thomson, Mr. Trevelyan Hammersley, Mr.

Tinker, Mr. *Herbert, Mr. Dennis

*Added in respect of the Law of Property (Amendment) Bill (Lords].

R E POR T.

STANDING COMMITTEE B, to whom the Law Of

PROPERTY (AMENDMENT) Bull (Lords] was referred ; -Have gone throngh the Bill and made Amendments thereunto.

18th May, 1926.

STANDING COMMITTEE B.

Thursduy, 13th May, 1926.

MEMBERS PRESENT :

Mr. SAMUEL ROBERTS in the Chair.

Rear-Admiral Beamish Mr. Forrest
Sir T. Vansittart Bowater Mr. Hammersley
Sir William Bull

Mr. Jephcott
Sir Henry Cautley

Maj-Gen. Sir Richard Luce
Brigadier-General Cockerill Mr. Lunn
Major Colfox

Mr. Morris
Lieut.-Col. Sir George Sir Frank Sanderson
Courthope

Mr. Shepherd
Mr. Ernest Craig

Major Kenyon-Slaney Brigadier-General Sir Sir Henry Slesser

Henry Page Croft Mr. Solicitor-General Sir Herbert Cunliffe

Lieut.-Colonel Stott Sir Thomas Davies

Sir Wilfrid Sugden Mr. Dean

Mr. Tinker

LAW OF PROPERTY (AMENDMENT) BILL

[LORDS].

Clause 1.

Amendment made, in page 1, line 7, by leaving out all the words from the word “

person

” to the word “ prior," in line 10, and by inserting the words “ on whom the powers of a tenant for life are conferred by paragraph (ix) of sub-section (1) of section twenty of that Act from conveying or creating a legal estate subject to a "—(Mr. Solicitor-General), -instead thereof.

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

Clause 2.

Amendments made, in page 2, line 24, by leaving out the words “if he is a tenant from year to year”; in page 2, line 29, after the word “holding,” by inserting the words “ given by the persons so severally entitled " ; and in page 2, lines 30 and 31, by leaving out the words

expiration of the then current year of tenancy,” and by inserting the words “same time as the original notice ”(Mr. Solicitor-General),- instead thereof.

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

Clause 3.

Amendment made, in page 2, line 42, after the word “ Chancellor,” by inserting the words “ and in relation to the property of a bankrupt and property subject to a deed of arrangement, includes the trustee in bankruptcy and the trustee under the deed respectively”; in page 3, line 5, after the word “its,” by inserting the word "net"; and in page 3, line 5, after the word “income,” by inserting the words “after payment of outgoings”—(Sir William Bull).

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

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