§ 86. Sir H. Williams
asked the Attorney-General whether the final report of the Leasehold Committee has now been presented; and when it will be published.
§ 87. Mr. Gibson
asked the Attorney-General whether he has yet received the report of the Committee on Leasehold Reform; and whether he will make a statement on this matter.
§ 88. Mr. Donnelly
asked the Attorney-General if he is now in a position to make a statement regarding the report of the Committee inquiring into leaseholds.
§ 89. Mr. Janner
asked the Attorney-General whether he has yet received the final report of the Committee on Leaseholds; and what steps he proposes to take arising out of it.
§ 91. Mr. Hayman
asked the Attorney-General when he will be able to make a statement on the report of the Committee considering Leasehold Reform.
§ 92. Mr. G. Thomas
asked the Attorney-General what was the date on which the Committee considering reform of leasehold law sent their report to the Lord Chancellor; and when the Government's observations on the report will be made to the House of Commons.
§ 93. Brigadier Medlicott
asked the Attorney-General if he can now make a statement on the final report of the Committee on Leaseholds.
§ The Attorney-General
The final report of the Committee on Leaseholds was sent to my noble Friend on 12th June, and it will be made public in the course180W of the next few days. The whole matter is, as will appear from the report, one of great complexity, but the Government are giving it urgent consideration.