§ Sir G. HOHLER
I beg to move, in page 11, line 26, after the word "compensation," to insert the words "for any improvement."
§ The object of this Amendment is to secure that the landlord, that is, the superior landlord, who may ultimately have to pay, should have notice of the improvement intended to be made. Unless the landlord gets such a notice he has no power to appear before the tribunal, and an Order may be made behind his back. I think that is an injustice, and this Amendment will secure that the landlord will have proper notice.
§ Amendment not seconded.