§ MR. LODER
I beg to ask Mr. Attorney General whether it is proposed to introduce a Bill to enable the Government to purchase land for the purpose of erecting a permanent Land Registry Office; whether it was stated at the time of the Land Transfer Act that its operations should be experimental for some years; and whether in these circumstances the Government will postpone the erection of offices until a larger experience of the working of the Act has been enjoyed.
§ THE ATTORNEY GENERAL (Sir RICHARD WEBSTER,) Isle of Wight
The question is put under a misapprehension. New buildings are required for the Land Registry quite independently of the Land Transfer Act.