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Clause 94—(Powers Of Entry)

Volume 437: debated on Wednesday 14 May 1947

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Amendments made: In page 99, line 29, leave out "the said Part III," and insert "Part III of this Act."

In page 100, line 34, leave out "performance of his duty," and insert:

"course of performing his duty in connection with the survey or estimate for which he was authorised to enter the premises."

In page 101, line 4, leave out from beginning, to "land," and insert:

"Any power conferred by this section to survey."

In line 5, leave out "references to searching and boring," and insert "power to search and bore."

In line 7, at end, insert:

"Provided that a person shall not carry out any works authorised by this Subsection unless notice of his intention so to do has been included in the notice required by Subsection (4) of this Section, and if the land in question is held by any statutory undertakers and those undertakers object to the proposed works on the ground that the carrying out thereof would be seriously detrimental to the carrying on of their undertaking, the works shall not be carried out except with the authority of the appropriate Minister."—[Mr. Silkin.]