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Clause 18—(Compensation For Refusal Of Permission In Certain Cases)

Volume 437: debated on Wednesday 14 May 1947

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Amendments made: In page 19, line 28, leave out from "the," to "the," in line 30, and insert:

"value of the interest of any person in the land is less than it would have been if the permission had been granted, or had been granted unconditionally, as the case may be."

In line 32, leave out "in respect of that depreciation," and insert" equal to the difference."

In page 20, line 28, after "do," insert "having regard to the local circumstances."—[ Mr. Silkin.]