HC Deb 03 July 1940 vol 362 c955

(1) Sub-section (3) of Section one of the principal Act (which prevents persons proceeding without the leave of the court to execution on judgments and orders for the recovery of possession of land) shall have effect as if after the words "payment of money" there were inserted the words "or for the delivery of any property other than land by reason of a default in the payment of money."

(2) Where the appropriate court refuses leave under Sub-section (4) of Section one of the principal Act to take possession of goods let under a hire-purchase agreement or to execute any judgment or order for the delivery of such goods, or gives such leave, subject to restrictions and conditions, and the hirer, before possession is taken or the judgment or order is executed, pays the hire-purchase price, the owner's title to the goods shall, notwithstanding any failure to pay the hire-purchase price at the times required by the agreement, vest in the hirer.—[The Attorney-General.]

Brought up, and read the First and Second time, and added.