Lords Amendment: In page 8, line 15, after "house" insert:
is in the occupation of the person upon whom the notice was served or of a member of his family and".
§ 11.26 a.m.
§ Sir K. WOOD
I beg to move, "That this House doth agree with the Lords in the said Amendment."
This is in the nature of a drafting Amendment. The Clause deals with the circumstances of one particular occupier and his family, but as it is drafted without this Amendment it would allow a local authority who had served notice on occupier A to take proceedings against another occupier B who had come into occupation within the three months mentioned in the clause, and who had not therefore been served with a notice at all.
§ Subsequent Lords Amendments to page 8, line 18, agreed to.