§ 51. Mr. Manningham-Buller
asked the Minister of Agriculture whether he has now given instructions to county agricultural executive committees that an owner or occupier upon whom it is proposed to serve a supervision order should be informed of the reasons why it is proposed to put him under supervision, and that, when an owner or occupier appears before a county agricultural executive committee to make representations against such a proposal, he is informed of the reasons for the proposed supervision.
Mr. T. Williams
In accordance with existing instructions in these cases it is the normal practice of county agricultural executive committees to inform the owner or occupier, at the beginning of the hearing of any representations, of the considerations which the committee have in mind in making the proposal.