§ 7. IMPROVEMENTS.—Proved in Court (excluding buildings) whether made by landlord or tenant, which are at present a bonâ fide benefit and suitable to the holding and are found to exist on inspection, to he stated in detail, together with the nature, character, and present capital value thereof, and the increased letting value due thereto, and the date, so near as can be ascertained, at which the same were made, and the deduction from rent made.
§ 8. BUILDINGS.—If tenants state so, if landlords specify particulars of same, the date, so near as can be ascertained, at which they were made, state fair annual value, whether they have been kept in repair, and by whom, and any deduction from rent made on account thereof, and the extent (if any) to which the landlord has paid or compensated the tenant in respect thereof made on account thereof.
§ Improvements under this head shall be distinguished according as—
- (a) they have been made wholly or partly by or at the cost of the tenant; and
- (b) the landlord has paid or compensated the tenant in respect thereof.
§ To be signed by Legal Assistant Commissioner only.712
The Commons propose to amend Subsection 7 of schedule by leaving out (' and suitable'), and to amend Sub-section 8 by leaving out ('made on account thereof').
Page 30, line 56, leave out (' 33 & 34 Vict, c. 46 ') and the rest of those lines.
The Commons disagree to the omission of lines 5 and 6, but propose to amend the words restored by leaving out ('sections') and inserting ('section'), and leaving out ('thirty-seven and thirty-nine').
The Commons propose as a consequential Amendment to the Bill in page 31, line 30, to leave out ('as respects any'), and to amend the Amendment made by the Lords by inserting before ('purchasers') ('save as respects any').
§ Motion agreed to.