Friday, 29 April 1938
The House met at Eleven of the Clock, Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair.
Clacton Urban District Council Bill (King's Consent on behalf of the Crown signified),
Colonel Gretton reported from the Commitee of Selection: That they had discharged the following Members from Standing Committee C: Mr. Boothby, Mr. Markham, and Sir Douglas Thomson; and had...
Order read for Consideration of Lords Amendments.
Lords Amendment: In line 10, leave out "inmate of any" and insert:
As amended (in the Standing Committee) considered.
The court may and upon the request duly filed, in writing, with the court, within such time as the rules of the court shall prescribe, by a party to the application, shall hear any application...
I beg to move, in page 5, line 6, at the beginning, to insert "an order." This is purely a drafting Amendment.
I beg to move, to leave out the Clause. This Clause as drafted gives the court mandatory directions as to the payment of costs of applications under the Bill. It has been pointed out that this...
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