§ Mr. Hicks
asked the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food if he will clarify the position in respect of agricultural rents and leases involving farms and agricultural land which are due for review either at the end of the freeze period or during the course of phase 2 of the Government's anti-inflation policy; and if he will make a statement.
§ Mr. Anthony Stodart
Under the Counter-Inflation (Agricultural Rents) Order 1972 (S.I., 1972. No. 1849) agricultural rents in Great Britain are frozen for the period of the standstill at the level which applied on 5th November 1972. Increases in rent in return for new improvements carried out by the landlord are not affected.
The order does not interfere with rent reviews and other regular procedures for negotiation and arbitration of new increases in rent, but landlords are required for the period of the standstill to forgo
15.02. Fats of bovine cattle, sheep or goats, unrendered; rendered or solvent-extracted fats (including "premier jus") obtained from those unrendered fats: Rate of duty autonomous per cent or Levy(L) conventional per cent A. For industrial uses other than the manufacture of foodstuffs for human consumption (a) … … … 2 Free B. Other: i. Unrendered fats of bovine cattle; rendered or solvent-extracted fats (including "premier jus") obtained from those fats … … … 10 7 ii. Other … … … 10 7