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Reference to Arbitration of Refusal or Failure to Give Consent or of Condition Attached to Consent.

Part of Orders of the Day — Agricultural Tenancies Bill [Lords] – in the House of Commons at 5:30 pm on 19th April 1995.

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Photo of Mr Roger Knapman Mr Roger Knapman , Stroud 5:30 pm, 19th April 1995

I congratulate my right hon. Friend the Minister and my hon. Friend the Minister of State who, by giving the right to tenant right, have now got the Bill as near to perfection as possible, such even that the hon. Members for Clwyd, South-West (Mr. Jones) and for Edinburgh, East (Dr. Strang) would find it difficult to vote against any aspect of it.

We now have in the Bill, as I understand it, and especially by means of amendment No. 10, the right to tenant right. I suppose that we must now await the code by which the professionals in the industry will assess the way in which tenant right valuations are carried out. I very much hope that the code will be available before Royal Assent is given to the Bill. Then my cup of joy will be overflowing.