HC Deb 10 July 1923 vol 166 c1308

The Lord Chancellor may make such Rules and give such directions as he thinks fit for the purpose of giving full effect to the provisions of this Part of this Act relative to legal proceedings.


Does the hon. and learned Member for South Shields (Mr. Harney) desire to move his Amendment, to leave out the words "this Part of"?


I put this Amendment down as being consequential upon an Amendment which has been disallowed. I had put down an Amendment which would enable the tenant to apply for a house to a landlord who had vacant possession, and, if the landlord refused, to go to the County Court and get an Order. It would then have become necessary to make a rule for the carrying out of that procedure, and, therefore, I put down this Amendment to strike out the words "this Part of," in order to enable Regulations to be made covering both Parts of the Act. It is quite unnecessary now.