§ Motion made, and Question proposed, "That the Clause stand part of the Bill."
§ 10.51 p.m.
§ Mr. A. V. Alexander
I should be very much obliged if the right hon. and learned Gentleman would take into consideration the question of making some provision in the Bill for notice of determination to be sent in those cases where the protection has been given voluntarily by the companies, direct from the companies to the policy holders, with the proviso, of course, that wherever such a notice is sent direct, there should be a notification that if people do not accept the notice, they shall have the right of appeal to the Industrial Assurance Commissioner. If the Attorney-General will accept that, and arrange for the Amendment to be made in another place, I think he will be doing a good service.
§ The Attorney-General
I am obliged to the right hon. Gentleman. I have had my attention drawn to this, and I think there is something in it. I will see what can be done.
Question put, and agreed to.