HC Deb 13 June 1939 vol 348 c1245
Mr. W. S. Morrison

I beg to move, in page 53, line 32, to leave out "quit," and to insert "treat."

This is really a drafting Amendment. The word "quit" was originally inserted in error for the word "treat." Section 145 of the Housing Act, 1936, provides for entry after serving a notice to treat, and "quit" was inserted instead of "treat."

Mr. Ede

May I suggest to the right hon. Gentleman that he should never try to convince people on licensed premises that the words "quit," and "treat" mean the same thing?

Amendment agreed to.