HC Deb 22 April 1910 vol 16 cc2540-1W

asked the Chief Secretary whether he is aware that on 13th February, 1908, the Estates Commissioners wrote stating that they had noted the case of Mr. John Molony, evicted from the Apjohn estate, as suitable to be provided with a holding under the Evicted Tenants Act; that on 14th December last they wrote to Mr. Molony stating that they proposed to take no action in his case; and if he will state the reasons for this change in their decision?


John Molony's name was provisionally noted by the Estates Commissioners for consideration, but on further inquiry they decided not to take any steps for his reinstatement in his former holding, which is in the occupation of his brother and another tenant, or for providing him with a new holding. It would be contrary to the established practice to state the grounds for this decision.