HC Deb 26 June 1862 vol 167 cc1115-6

Order for Committee read.

House in Committee.

Clauses, as amended, agreed to.


said, he wished to move a clause providing a register in which any person claiming any estate, or interest in land, or any encumbrance thereon, should be at liberty to enter his name and address, with the name of the county, parish, and township in which such land was situated, in such form as the Chancellor should order; and that after such entry the Court should not make an order under the Act unless notice of the application had been given to the person who should have made the entry.


said, he should not object to the clause, while he at the same time reserved to himself the right of considering whether it was one which it would be desirable should pass into a law eventually. If so, it might be expedient to introduce such a clause into the other Bills on the same subject.

Clause agreed, to.

House resumed.

Bill reported, with Amendments; as amended, to be considered on Monday next.

Notice taken, that 40 Members were not present; House counted; and 40 Members not being present,

House adjourned at Eight o'clock.