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Clause 14—(Applications For Payments Under Part I)

Volume 530: debated on Tuesday 13 July 1954

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I beg to move, in page 18, line 17, to leave out from "requiring," to "and," in line 20, and to insert:

"the Board, in a case where the determination of such an application involves an apportionment, to give notice of the proposed apportionment to any person entitled to an interest in land which it appears to the Board will be substantially affected by the apportionment."
This and the following Amendment, in line 35, go together. They are little more than drafting Amendments. The Bill as at present drafted refers to persons whose interests—in the plural—are affected. The Amendment substitutes a more precise definition of persons entitled to an interest in land which is affected. It is only the ownership of an interest in land which entitles a person to dispute an apportionment. "Interest in land" will be defined later on, in Clause 71.

Amendment agreed to.

Further Amendments made: In page 18, line 35, leave out "his interests are," and insert:

"he is entitled to an interest in land which is."

In page 19, line 3, leave out "to which this subsection applies."

In line 9, leave out subsection (5).—[ Mr. H. Macmillan.]