§ The Solicitor-General
I beg to move, in page 9, line 33, to leave out "be," and to insert:if the landlord so requires be a tenancy of the whole subject of the expiring tenancy, and otherwise.This Amendment is to give effect to a suggestion made by the Opposition, which was designed to enable a landlord who required the tenancy, granted under Clause 10 of Part II of the Bill, to extend to the whole of the premises, to be so extended. It was felt that it would not be unreasonable, if a new tenancy for shop premises or residential accommodation were granted, if the landlord so desired it, for it to be extended not to part but to the whole of the premises which were the subject of the tenancy. This Amendment carries out that purpose.
§ Mr. Manningham-Buller
Once again, I rise to say "Thank you" to the right hon. and learned Gentleman for this Amendment and also for the very clear and lucid explanation of the object of it, which we feel will achieve its purpose.
§ Amendment agreed to.
Further Amendments made: In page 9, line 36, leave out from "that," to end of line 37, and insert:
where the landlord does not require the new tenancy to be of the whole of the subject of the expiring tenancy, and.
In page 10, line 5, after "shall," insert:
unless the court in its discretion otherwise determines."—[The Solicitor-General.]