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Clause 68—(Provisions As To Mort Gages, Settlements, Ecclesiastical Property, Etc)

Volume 530: debated on Tuesday 13 July 1954

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I beg to move, in page 75, line 4, after "to," to insert:

  • (a) a claim holding which is subject to a mortgage, or which was so subject at a time specified in the regulation; or
  • (b).
  • This Amendment deals with a legal point which we have already touched upon. Its purpose is to enable the regulations under Clause 68 to deal with cases where a claim holding has been mortgaged, not by way of assignment but simply by way of a charge. This will make it possible to divert any payment due in respect of the holding from mortgagor to mortgagee. Where the mortgagee has taken an assignment of the claim holding, he can claim under Clause 10, any payment to which the mortgagor would have been entitled had he kept the holding.

    Amendment agreed to.