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Mr James Allason

Former MP for Hemel Hempstead

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Recent appearances

  • RENT BILL [Lords]: Advance Application for Registration of a New Rent 30 Jul 1974

    I declare an interest as a landlord and property manager. I had the honour of moving in Committee the amendment which has given rise to the new Clause. The new Clause will be of some help to landlords who are hard pressed at present. It means that they will be able to apply for a new rent to be assessed three months before the rent becomes effective. This should avoid delaying references to...
  • Rent Bill [Lords]: Termination of Existing Fixed Term Tenancies 30 Jul 1974

    The Government are imposing security of tenure on existing contracts. Obviously, there is no objection to imposing security of tenure on future contracts, but retrospective legislation is intrinsically objectionable, and here the Government are interfering with existing contracts and changing their terms. These are contracts freely entered into by both parties, and the terms are now to be...
  • Rent Bill [Lords]: Certain Tenancies Not to Be Protected 30 Jul 1974

    I do not know whether my hon. Friend has studied Clause 10 and the case where there is a separate flat in the house. If the landlady is living in the house, I think that my hon. Friend is perfectly correct. But supposing the landlady wishes to retire. I think that the matter is taken care of in Clause 10. She gracefully disappears and the landlord is saddled with responsibility for tenants....

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Former MP for Hemel Hempstead

Entered the House of Commons on 8 October 1959 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 20 September 1974 — General election

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