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Clause 62—(Provision Of Means Of Access)

Volume 467: debated on Tuesday 19 July 1949

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Amendment made: In page 50, line 7, at end, insert:

"(6) In this section the expression 'means of access,' in relation to land, means any opening in a wall, fence or hedge bounding the land or any part thereof, with or without a gate, stile or other works for regulating passage through the opening, any stairs or steps for enabling persons to enter on the land or any part thereof, or any bridge, stepping stone or other works for crossing a watercourse, ditch or bog on the land or adjoining the boundary thereof."—[Mr. Silkin.]