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Acts, 1908 to 1919, subject to the provisions of those Acts and to the Small Holdings and Allotments (Compulsory Hiring) Regulations, 1919, and to the terms of this Order.
2. The tenancy of the Council shall commence either on the [twenty-fifth day of March] or the [twenty-ninth day of September]1.
3. (Where the land is glebe land or other land belonging to an ecclesiastical benefice insert the following paragraph.) Any sum payable by way of compensation for the damage to be sustained by the owner by reason of severance or other injury affecting the land shal not be paid as directed by the Lands Clauses Acts, but shall be paid to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners to be applied by them as money paid to them upon a sale under the Ecclesiastical Leasing Acts of land belonging to a benefice.
4. The powers conferred by this Order shall cease after the expiration of one year from the date of this Order, unless such period is extended by that Board.
SCHEDULE TO FORM OF ORDER FOR COMPULSORY HIRING.
This Schedule shall contain a draft of the lease under which it is proposed that the land shall be authorised to be acquired by the Council, setting out all the proposed terms and conditions except the date of the commencement of the tenancy and the rent.
The lease shall contain covenants by the Council to cultivate the land in a proper manner and to pay to the landlord at the determination of the tenancy, on the Council quitting the land, compensation for any depreciation of the land by reason of any failure by the Council, or any person deriving title under them, to observe such covenants, or by reason of any user of the land by the Council or such person as aforesaid, and, unless otherwise agreed, a covenant by the Council to keep the buildings and premises demised in repair.
The lease shall not authorise the breaking up of pasture unless the Council are prepared to prove to the satisfaction of the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries that it can be so broken up without depreciating the value of the land, or that the circumstances are such that small holdings [allotments] cannot otherwise be successfully cultivated.
The lease shall also provide that, except with the consent of the landlord, the Council shall not fell or cut timber or trees, or take, sell, or carry away any minerals, gravel, sand, or clay, except so far as may be necessary or convenient for the purpose of erecting buildings on the land or otherwise adapting the land for small holdings [allotments], and except upon payment of compensation for minerals, gravel, sand, or clay so used.
The lease shall also provide that any question as to the amount of compensation payable by the Council under the lease shall be determined by a single arbitrator in accordance with the Agricultural Holdings Act, 1908.
These dates shall be the half-yearly days customary in the district.
BORROWING BY LOCAL AUTHORITIES
BUILDING MATERIALS, Government Supply of, for Housing
CHILDREN ACT, 1908, Administration of
CORN RENTS, Redemption of
COUNTY COUNCILS (Assisted Schemes for Housing of Employees)
HOUSING, ETC., ACT, 1919, Application to Administrative County
HOUSING ACTS (Compulsory Purchase) REGULATIONS
(Form of Orders and Notices) ORDER, 1919
HOUSING SCHEMES, State-aided, Fees Payable to Architects and
HOUSING, Supply of Building Materials
Use of Army Huts for Temporary Accommodation
HUTMENTS FOR SANATORIA AND HOSPITALS
JURIES ACT, 1918
LIVE STOCK (Sales) ORDER ...
LOCAL AUTHORITIES, Borrowing by
LOCAL ELECTIONS IN 1919
LOCAL FUEL AND LIGHTING JOINT COMMITTEES
I, 4, 79
148, 289, 356
MILK, Supply of, for Expectant and Nursing Mothers and Infants
AND STAFF OF LOCAL AUTHORI-
TIES engaged in Medical, Sanitary and Housing Work ...
MUZZLING AND CONTROL OF DOGS ...
NATIONAL REGISTRATION ...
OUT-OF-WORK DONATION AND POOR LAW RELIEF
PARISH COUNCILLORS, Election of
PNEUMONIA, MALARIA, DYSENTERY, ETC., REGULATIONS
PNEUMONIA, Memorandum on
POOR LAW INSTITUTIONS, Reception of ex-Service Men
PROFITEERING ACT, 1919, Procedure under
Order No. 2
PUBLIC UTILITY SOCIETIES
PUBLIC WORKS, Execution of, by Local Authorities
RAG FLOCK ACT, 1911
REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS
REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE ACT, 1918
55, 64, 81, 157, 168
94, 102, 104, 248, 325
SEPARATION ALLOWANCES TO DEPENDANTS OF SOLDIERS