HL Deb 17 November 1908 vol 196 c1010

My Lords, I beg to move, in respect of this Bill, the Motion standing in my name on the Paper. That portion of the Standing Order which I ask your Lordships to dispense with did not contemplate the case of an autumn session. I desire the Standing Order suspended to enable me to put down for Second Reading this Bill, the object of which is to amend the Local Registration of Title (Ireland) Act, 1891, by providing that omission to register may be rectified in certain cases.

Moved, "To dispense with so much of Standing Order No. XXXVIII as provides that the eight sitting days notice of Second Reading required when a Bill brought from the House of Commons has remained on the Table of this House for twelve sitting days without any Lord giving notice of the Second Reading thereof shall not be given notice after the first day of August."—(Lord Atkinson.)

On Question, Motion agreed to, and ordered accordingly.