HC Deb 22 April 1958 vol 586 cc65-6W
Captain Kerby

asked the Attorney-General what steps are being taken to ensure that the county courts will be able to cope speedily and efficiently with the new cases which will overtake them as a result of the provisions of the Landlord and Tenant (Temporary Provisions) Bill.

The Solicitor-General

My noble Friend the Lord Chancellor is giving this question careful consideration. He considers that his existing powers are sufficient to enable him to make arrangements for the county courts to deal with any additional work which will result from the Bill.

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