HC Deb 03 October 1939 vol 351 cc1851-2W
Mr. Glenvil Hall

asked the Attorney-General whether he will take action to ensure that men called to the Colours shall have the same protection in respect of goods purchased under hire-purchase agreements as was granted to the Militia?

The Attorney-General

I would refer the hon. Member to the Courts (Emergency Powers) Act, 1939. This Act is wide enough to cover the subject-matter of hire-purchase agreements made before the war and gives a protection which is, in effect, similar to that given under the Military Training Act.

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