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Clause 4.

Amendments made, in page 3, line 27, by leaving out all the words from the word “as” to the end of the subsection, and by inserting the words “if the registration had been made at the time when the charge, instrument, or matter was created, entered into, made, or arose, and the date at which the registration so takes effect shall be deemed to be the date of registration ; and where any two charges, instruments, or matters are contemporaneous, and one (whether or not protected by a priority notice) is subject to or dependent on the other, which is protected by a priority notice, the subsequent or dependent charge, instrument, or matter shall be deemed to have been created, entered into, or made, or to have arisen after the registration of the other," instead thereof; in page 3, line 32, by leaving ont sub-section (2), and by inserting the words :

“(2) Where a purchaser has obtained an official certificate of the result of search, any entry which is made in the register after the date of the certificate and before the completion of the purchase, and it is not made pursuant to a priority notice entered on the register before the certificate is issued, shall not, if the purchase is completed before the expiration of the second day after the date of the certificate, affect

the purchaser,” instead thereof; and in page 4, line 1, by leaving out all the words from the word “the” to the end of the paragraph, and by inserting the words "times and order at and in which applications and priority notices are to be registered ” (Mr. Solicitor-General), - instead thereof.

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

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lause 5, agreed to.

Clause 6,

Amendment made, in page 4, line 23, at the end, by inserting the words “and shall have effect without prejudice to any title acquired by a purchaser before the commencement of this Act ” -(Sir William Bull).

Clause, as amended, agreed to.

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Clause 7, agreed to.

New Clause (“ Amendment of 15 Geo. V., c. 18, s. 13") brought up, and read the first time as follows :

“ Section thirteen of the Settled Land Act, 1925 (which relates to dispositions not taking effect until vesting instrument is made), shall have effect as if at the end thereof the following proviso were inserted:

Provided that where the purported disposition

was such as would but for the foregoing pro-
visions of this section have been effective to
carry out the transaction, then immediately
upon the execution or making of the requisite
vesting instrument such disposition shall take
effect according to the terms thereof, and shall
be deemed to have so taken effect as from the
date when the same was made ”-(Sir George
Courthope).

Motion made, and Question put, “ That the Clause be read a second time."--The Committee divided :

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Ayes, 11.

Rear-Admiral Beamish
Sir Henry Cantley
Major Colfox
Lieut.-Colonel Sir George

Courthope
Mr. Jephcott

Maj.-Gen. Sir Richard Luce
Mr. Lunn
Major Kenyon-Slaney
Sir Henry Slesser

Sir Wilfrid Sugden
| Mr. Tinker

Noes, 10.

Sir William Bull

Mr. Forrest Brigadier-General Cockerill Mr. Hammersley Mr. Ernest Craig

Mr. Morris Brigadier-General Sir

Sir Frank Sanderson Henry Pirge Croft Mr. Solicitor-General Sir Herbert Cunliffe

Question put, " That the Clause be added to the Bill.”_ The Committee divided :

Ayes, 11.
Rear-Admiral Beamish

Major-Gen.Sir Richard Luce
Sir Henry Cautley

Mr. Lunn
Major Colfox

Major Kenyon-Slaney
Lieut.-Colonel Sir George Sir Henry Slesser
Courthope

Sir Wilfrid Sugden
Mr. Jephcott

Mr. Tinker

Noes 10.

Sir William Bull

Mr. Forrest
Brigadier-General Cockerill Mr. Hammersley
Mr. Ernest Craig

Mr. Morris
Brigadier-General Sir Sir Frank Sanderson

Henry Page Croft Mr. Solicitor-General
Sir Herbert Cunliffe

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New Clause (" Amendment of section six of Land Charges Act, 1925 ") brought up, and read the first time as follows:

“ Section six of The Land Charges Act, 1925 (which relates to writs and orders affecting land), shall have effect as if at the end of sub-section (6) thereof the following proviso were inserted :

Provided that all such writs and orders as are

in this section mentioned shall, if they appear on the face of such writs and orders to effect land in Yorkshire, be registered in the appropriate register of deeds in Yorkshire as well as in the register of writs and orders ”—(Sir

Henry Cautley). Motion made, and Question proposed, “ That the Clause be read a second time.”

[Adjourned till Tuesday next, at 11 o'clock.

Tuesday, 18th May, 1926.

MEMBERS PRESENT :

Mr. SAMUEL ROBERTS in the Chair.

Rear-Admiral Beamish Mr. Dean
Sir William Bull

Captain Eden
Captain Bullock

Mr. Hammersley Sir Henry Cautley

Mr. Hurd Brigadier-General Cockerill Mr. Jephcott Major Colfox

Maj.-Gen. Sir Richard Luce Major Courtauld

Mr. Lunn
Lieut.-Col. Sir George

Sir Frank Meyer
Courthope

Mr. Oliver
Mr. Ernest Craig

Mr. Shepherd Brigadier-General Sir Mr. Solicitor-General

Henry Page Croft Lieut.-Colonel Stott Sir Herbert Cunliffe

LAW OF PROPERTY (AMENDMENT) BILL

[LORDS].

New Clause (" Amendment of section 6 of Land Charges Act, 1925 "), further considered.

Question again proposed, “ That the Clause be read a second time.''

Motion and Clause, by leave, withdrawn.

New Clause (“ Amendments respecting lands in the three Ridings of Yorkshire ") brought up, and read the first time as follows:

“(1) On and after the 1st day of January, 1927, notwithstanding anything contained in The Law of Property Act, 1925, The Land Registration Act, 1925, or The Land Charges Act, 1925, the registration of any instrument or assurance or of a land charge (other than a local land charge) affecting land in the county of York shall be effected in manner following, that is to say :

(a) Where the whole of the land affected is in

the said county, the registration shall be effected at the appropriate Yorkshire Registry

or Registries of Deeds and not elsewhere; (6) Where part only of the land affected is in

the said county, the registration shall be effected at such appropriate Yorkshire Registry or Registries and also at the land registry : Provided that

In the case of any land charge or other matter capable of registration under the Parts I., III., IV., and V. of The Land Charges Act, 1925, from which it does not appear on the face of it that land in Yorkshire is affected (whether or not such land is in fact so affected) the registration shall be effected in the appropriate register

at the land registry. For the purpose of this sub-section land charge includes any matter capable of registration under Parts I., III., IV. and V. of the said Land Charges Act, 1925.

(2) The County Councils of the three Ridings of Yorkshire may jointly make such rules as may be required for carrying into effect the provisions of this section, subject to the approval of the Lord Chancellor, and when so approved such rules shall be deemed to be rules under The Land Charges Act, 1925. By such rules all necessary provision may be made for transferring to the registries of the three Ridings respectively all applications or entries on the registers kept at the land registry pursuant to the

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