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Another New Clause (“ Application of sub-section (2) of section five of principal Act”) brought up, and read the first time as follows:-

“Sub-section (2) of section five of the principal Act shall from and after the passing of this Act have effect subject to the following proviso :-• But the court shall not adjourn any application,

or stay or suspend execution of any order or judgment, or postpone the date of possession, where the rent or mesne profits due is in arrear and unpaid, in the case of a weekly or monthly tenancy for eight weeks or two months, as the case may be, and in the case of any

other tenancy for six months” —(Mr. Lorim.ro). Motion made, and Question, " That the Clause be read a second time,”-put, and negatived.

Another New Clause (“ Notice to quit under this Act or principal Act”) brought up, and read the first time as follows:

Where, under the provisions of this or the principal Act the court makes an order for the possession of any dwelling-house which does not involve the provision of alternative accommodation, the court shall give the tenant not less than three months' notice to

quit from the date of making the order”-(Mr. Mosley). Motion made, and Question, " That the Clause be read a second time,”—put, and negativeil.

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Another New Clause (“ Application of principal Act to possession of dwelling-house") brought up, and read the first time as follows:

“Where possession of a dwelling-house, or part of a dwelling-house, to which the principal Act applies, is obtained by any person under Part I. of this Act, and occupation is subsequently given up by the person so obtaining possession or by the person on whose behalf such possession was obtained, the principal Act shall thereupon apply to the said dwelling-house, or that part of the dwelling-house of which possession

has been obtained ”-(Mr. Mosley). Motion made, and Question put, " That the Clause be read a second time.”The Committee divided :

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Another New Clause (“ Application of section seven of principal Act”)--brought up, and read the first time as follows:

“As regards any houses not fully decontrolled by the twenty-fourth day of June, nineteen hundred and twenty-five, section seven of the principal Act shall

continue to apply”—(Sir Francis Lowe). 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.

Printed under the authority of His MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE
by J. B. Nichols & Sons, Parliament Mansions, Westminstor, 8. W. 1.

FROM

STANDING COMMITTEE A

ON THE

Rent Restrictions (Notices

of Increase) Bill

WITH THE

PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMITTEE.

Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed,

21st March, 1923.

LONDON: PUBLISHED BY HIS MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE.

To be purchased through any Bookseller or directly from
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STANDING COMMITTEE A.

RENT RESTRICTIONS (NOTICES OF INCREASE) BILL:

Read a second time, and committed to a Standing Committee on the 22nd February, and allocated by Mr. Speaker to the Committee on the 26th February.

The Committee was constituted as follows:

Mr. William NICHOLSON, appointed Chairman 27th February. *Attorney-General, Mr.

*Hutchison, Mr. William Bentinck, Lord Henry

Jones, Mr. John
Cavendish-

*Kirkwood, Mr. Blades, Sir Rowland

Lamb, Mr. Bruford, Mr.

Lorden, Mr. Buckle, Mr.

*Lowe, Sir Francis Butler, Mr. James

McEntee, Mr. Cope, Major

Millar, Mr. Croft, Lieut.-Colonel Page Milne, Mr. Davies, Mr. Alfred T.

Mitchell, Sir William Lane Davies, Mr. Rhys

Molson, Major Doyle, Mr. Grattan

*Mond, Sir Alfred Edwards, Mr.

Morgan, Mr. Watts *Elliot, Captain

Newman, Sir Robert Evans, Mr.

*Nield, Sir Herbert Fermor-Hesketh, Mr.

Paget, Major Guy Fildes, Mr.

Pennefather, Mr. Foot, Mr.

Perkins, Colonel Ford, Mr.

Pringle, Mr. *Fremantle, Lieut.-Colonel Privett, Mr. Gardiner, Mr.

Raeburn, Sir William Graham, Mr. Duncan

Roberts, Mr. Samuel *Graham, Mr. William

Robertson, Mr. Jobn Gray, Mr. Frank

*Short, Mr. Alfred Groves, Mr.

*Solicitor-General, Mr. Grundy, Mr.

Somerville, Mr. Annesley Guthrie, Mr.

Stewart, Mr. Gershom Halstead, Major

Stewart, Mr. James Hamilton, Sir George

Sturrock, Mr. Hannon, Mr.

Sugden, Sir Wilfrid Harbord, Mr.

Sullivan, Mr. Harrison, Mr.

Sykes, Major-General Sir F. *Hiley, Sir Ernest

Thomson, Mr. Trevelyan Hill, Mr.

Ward, Lieut.-Colonel Lambert *Hogge, Mr.

*Wedgwood, Colonel Holbrook, Colonel Sir A. Wheatley, Mr. Hood, Sir Joseph

*Wheler, Major Hunter-Weston, Lt.-Gen. Sir A. Wise, Mr.

* Added in respect of the Rent Restrictions (Notices of Increase) Bill.

R E P O R T.

STANDING COMMITTEE A, to whom the RENT RESTRIC

TIONS (NOTICES OF INCREASE) Bill was referred ; -Have gone through the Bill and made Amendments thereunto.

21st March, 1923.

STANDING COMMITTEE A.

Thursday, 1st March, 1923.

MEMBERS PRESENT :

Mr. WILLIAM NICHOLSON in the Chair. Mr. Attorney-General Mr. James Gardiner Lord Henry Cavendish- Mr. Duncan Graham Bentinck

Mr. Frank Gray Sir Rowland Blades

Mr. Groves Mr. Bruford

Mr. Grundy Mr. Buckle

Mr. Guthrie Mr. James Butler

Major Halstead Major Cope

Sir George Hamilton Lieut.-Colonel Croft

Mr. Hannon Mr. Alfred T. Davies

Mr. Harbord Mr. Rhys Davies

Mr. Harrison Mr. Grattan Doyle

Sir Ernest Hiley Mr. Edwards

Mr. Hill Captain Elliot

Col. Sir Arthur Holbrook Mr. Fermor-Hesketh Sir Joseph Hood Mr. Fildes

Lt.-General Sir Aylmer Mr. Ford

Hunter-Weston Lieut.-Colonel Fremantle Mr. William Hutchison

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