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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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No. 10, in page 11, line 14, at end insert— '(7A) Where, at any time after giving a notice under subsection (I) above in relation to any tenant's improvement which is not a routine improvement, the tenant begins to provide the improvement—

  1. (a) no application may be made under subsection (3) above after that time,
  2. (b) where such an application has been made but no arbitrator has been appointed before that time, the application shall be ineffective, and
  3. (c) no award may be made by virtue of subsection (5) above after that time except as to the costs of the reference and award in a case where the arbitrator was appointed before, that time.