HC Deb 15 May 1882 vol 269 c663

asked the honourable Member for the Falkirk Burghs, Whether he will remove the notice of opposition against the Agricultural Holdings, Notices of Removal (Scotland) Bill, going into Committee after half-past Twelve, which he has placed on the Notice Paper for Thursday next?


, in reply, said, he could only say that, in his opinion, the Bill referred to left the existing law as to removals in force; and as it was understood that the Government intended, as soon as practicable, to introduce a measure regarding land in Scotland, he did not feel that the existing relations of owners and occupiers should be annually changed; and he could not, in the meantime, see his way to withdraw the Notice of Motion which stood in his name.