Clause 1. — (Power of Bailees to Sell Goods Accepted for Repair or Other Treatment but Not Redelivered.)

Part of Orders of the Day — Disposal of Uncollected Goods Bill – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 27th June 1952.

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Photo of Miss Elaine Burton Miss Elaine Burton , Coventry South 12:00 am, 27th June 1952

I beg to move, in page 3, line 1, leave out from the beginning, to second "if," in line 2, and to insert: (5) Without prejudice to any other mode of determining a dispute, it shall be treated for the purposes of this Act as having been determined. The Bill as amended in Committee provides that the only way of determining a dispute for the purposes of the Bill is for a trader to send under Clause 1 (5) a notice to treat the dispute as determined. This Amendment provides that the sending of such notice is to be one way, but not the only way, of determining a dispute. We felt that it would be unreasonable to require a trader who had been successful in proceedings in the courts to send a notice to determine the dispute.