§ MR. F. S. STEVENSON (Suffolk, Eye)
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department, Whether the inquiry by the Lord Chancellor into the arrangements connected with the holding of County Courts in Suffolk has been brought to a conclusion; and, if so, with what result; and, whether he is able to give an assurance that the provisions of 9 & 10 Vict., c. 95, ss. 5, 6, as to monthly Courts, shall in future be strictly observed, as also the provisions of the County Court Acts relating to the notices of fixtures?
§ THE SECRETARY OF STATE (Mr. MATTHEWS) (Birmingham, E.)
The Lord Chancellor has been unable to conclude his inquiries, as the Judge is at present away on a holiday. The 849 Lord Chancellor informs me that the assurance asked for in the second paragraph of the Question can certainly be given.