Statutory Instruments 1998 No. 3132 (L. 17)
The Civil Procedure Rules 1998
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CCR ORDER 42

PROCEEDINGS BY AND AGAINST THE CROWN

Application and interpretation
     Rule 1  - (1) These rules apply to any proceedings, so far as they are civil proceedings to which the Crown is a party, subject to the following rules of this Order.

    (2) Except where the context otherwise requires, references in these rules to a claim for the recovery of land or other property shall be construed as including references to proceedings against the Crown for an order declaring that the claimant is entitled as against the Crown to the land or property or to the possession of it.

    (3) In this Order - 

    "the Act of 1947" means the Crown Proceedings Act 1947[290];

    "civil proceedings by the Crown" and "civil proceedings against the Crown" and "civil proceedings by or against the Crown" have the same respective meanings as in Part II of the Act of 1947 and do not include any of the proceedings specified in section 23 (3) of that Act;

    "civil proceedings to which the Crown is a party" has the same meaning as it has for the purposes of Part IV of the Act of 1947 by virtue of section 38 (4) of that Act.

Particulars of claim in claim against the Crown
     Rule 4 The particulars of claim shall, in the case of civil proceedings against the Crown, include a statement of the circumstances in which the Crown's liability is said to have arisen and as to the government department and officers of the Crown concerned.

Subsequent procedure in claim
     Rule 5  - (1) If in a claim against the Crown the defendant considers that the particulars of claim do not contain a sufficient statement as required by rule 4, he may, before the time for delivering a defence has expired, file two copies of a demand for further information as specified in the demand and thereupon the court officer shall serve one copy on the claimant.

    (2) Where the defendant files a demand under paragraph (1), the time for delivering a defence shall not expire until 4 days after the defendant has given notice to the court and the claimant that the defendant is satisfied with the information supplied in compliance with the demand or 4 days after the court has, on the application of the claimant of which not less than 7 days' notice has been given to the defendant, decided that no further information as to the matters referred to in rule 4 is reasonably required.

    (3) Except with the permission of the court, no default judgment shall be entered under CPR Part 12 in a claim against the Crown.

    (4) An application for permission under paragraph (3) shall be made on not less than 7 days' notice to the defendant.

    (5) No application against the Crown shall be made under CPR Part 24 (summary judgment).

Subsequent procedure in fixed date claim
     Rule 6  - (1) In the case of a fixed date claim against the Crown, on the filing of the claim form the court shall - 

    (a) enter a plaint in the records of the court and deliver to the claimant a notice of issue omitting any reference to a return day;

    (b) serve on the defendant a copy of the particulars of claim if they are filed with the claim form and the notice of issue and of the effect of paragraphs (3) and (5).

    (2) Upon the service of the notice mentioned in paragraph (1)(b) all further proceedings in the claim shall be stayed except as provided in this rule.

    (3) If the defendant considers that the particulars of claim do not contain a sufficient statement as required by rule 4, he may, within 21 days after service on him of the particulars of claim, file in the court office two copies of a demand for further information as specified in the demand and thereupon the court shall serve one copy on the claimant.

    (4) If within the said period the defendant does not file two copies of such a demand, then, subject to paragraph (5), the stay of proceedings provided for by paragraph (2) shall cease to have effect at the end of that period.

    (5) If within the said period the defendant files a statement that no such demand will be made, the stay of proceedings provided for by paragraph (2) shall cease to have effect forthwith.

    (6) If within the said period the defendant files two copies of such a demand, the stay of proceedings provided for by paragraph (2) shall cease to have effect when the defendant gives notice to the court and the claimant that the defendant is satisfied with the information supplied in compliance with the demand or when the court decides, on the application of the claimant of which not less than 7 days' notice has been given to the defendant, that no further information as to the matters referred to in rule 4, is reasonably required.

    (7) When the stay of proceedings provided for by paragraph (2) ceases to have effect, the court shall fix a return day and give notice of it to the claimant and shall proceed to issue the claim form.

Service on the Crown
     Rule 7  - (1) RSC Order 11 and any other provision of these rules relating to service of process out of England and Wales shall apply in relation to civil proceedings by the Crown but shall not apply in relation to civil proceedings against the Crown.

    (2) Personal service of any document which is to be served on the Crown for the purpose of or in connection with civil proceedings by or against the Crown shall not be requisite.

    (3) Any such document may be served on the Crown - 

    (a) by leaving the document at the office of the person to be served in accordance with section 18 of the Act of 1947, or any agent whom he has nominated for the purpose, but in either case with a member of the staff of that person or agent; or

    (b) by posting it in a prepaid envelope addressed to the person to be served in accordance with the said section 18 or to any such agent as aforesaid.

Special provisions regarding orders made by the Court of its own initiative against the Crown
     Rule 8  - (2) No order shall be made against the Crown by the court of its own initiative - 

    (a)

      (i) requiring the Crown to file or serve any statement of case or give any particulars which the court thinks necessary for defining the issues in the proceedings; and

      (ii) at the same or any subsequent time directing that the claim be dismissed or the defendant be debarred from defending altogether or that anything in any statement of case of which particulars have been ordered be struck out unless the order is obeyed;

    (b) ordering one or more questions or issues to be tried before the others; or

    (c) at a hearing other than the trial.

Counterclaim in proceedings by or against the Crown
     Rule 9  - (1) In proceedings by the Crown for the recovery of taxes, duties or penalties the defendant shall not be entitled to avail himself of any set-off or counterclaim and accordingly the claim form to be served on the defendant and the forms for defending the claim, admitting the claim and acknowledging service, to accompany the claim form shall omit any reference to a counterclaim.

    (2) In proceedings of any other nature by the Crown the defendant shall not be entitled to avail himself of any set-off or counterclaim arising out of a right or claim to repayment in respect of any taxes, duties or penalties.

    (3) In any proceedings by the Crown the defendant shall not be entitled, and in any proceedings against the Crown the Crown shall not be entitled, without the permission of the court to be obtained on application of which not less than 7 days' notice has been given to the claimant, to make any counterclaim or claim in his statements of case to be entitled to any set-off if - 

    (a) the Crown sues or is sued in the name of a Government department and the subject-matter of the set-off or counterclaim does not relate to that department; or

    (b) the Crown sues or is sued in the name of the Attorney-General.

Adjustment of liability under judgment for taxes
     Rule 10 Where the Crown has obtained a judgment for taxes but subsequently the tax liability is reduced, whether by reason of an appeal against an assessment or otherwise, and the Crown has given notice of the reduction to the court and to the debtor, the sum remaining unsatisfied under the judgment shall be reduced accordingly, but the amount of the reduction shall not rank as a payment under the judgment.

Part 20 claim against the Crown where the Crown is not already a party
     Rule 11  - (1) A Part 20 claim for service on the Crown where the Crown is not already a party shall not be issued without the permission of the court to be obtained on application in accordance with CPR Part 23

    (1A) An application notice under paragraph (1) must be served on the Crown and the claimant at least 7 days before the hearing.

    (2) Permission shall not be granted under paragraph (1) unless the court is satisfied that the Crown is in possession of all such information as it reasonably requires as to the circumstances in which it is alleged that the liability of the Crown has arisen and as to the departments and officers of the Crown concerned.

Disclosure against the Crown
     Rule 12  - (2) Where in any proceedings an order of the court directs that a list of documents made in answer to an order for disclosure against the Crown shall be verified by witness statement or affidavit, the witness statement or affidavit shall be made by such officer of the Crown as the court may direct.

    (3) The court may direct which officer of the Crown shall make the disclosure statement required by CPR rule 31.10(5).

Execution and satisfaction of orders against the Crown
     Rule 13  - (1) Nothing in Orders 25 to 32 shall apply in respect of any order against the Crown.

    (2) A certificate issued under section 25 (1) of the Act of 1947 shall be in the form used under Order 22, rule 8, with such variations as the circumstances of the case may require.

Attachment of debts etc.
     Rule 14  - (1) No order for the attachment of a debt under Order 30 or for the appointment of a receiver under RSC Order 30 shall be made or have effect in respect of any money due or accruing due, or alleged to be due or accruing due, from the Crown.

    (2) Where such an order could have been obtained in a county court if the money had been due or accruing due from a subject, an application may be made to that county court in accordance with CPR Part 23 for an order under section 27 of the Act of 1947[291] restraining the person to whom the money is payable by the Crown from receiving the money and directing payment to the applicant or to the receiver.

    (3) The application shall be supported by a witness statement or affidavit setting out the facts giving rise to it and in particular identifying the particular debt from the Crown in respect of which it is made.

    (4) Notice of the application together with a copy of the witness statement or affidavit shall be served on the Crown and, unless the court otherwise directs, on the person to be restrained or his solicitor at least 7 days before the day fixed for the hearing.

    (5) Order 30, rules 7 to 9, shall apply, with the necessary modifications, in relation to an application under the said section 27 as they apply in relation to an application for an order under Order 30, rule 1, except that the court shall not have power to issue execution against the Crown.



CCR ORDER 43

THE LANDLORD AND TENANT ACTS 1927, 1954, 1985 AND 1987

Interpretation
     Rule 1  - (1) In this order "the Act of 1927" means the Landlord and Tenant Act 1927[292], "the Act of 1954" means the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954[293], "the Act of 1985" means the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 and "the Act of 1987" means the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987.

    (2) In relation to any proceedings under the Act of 1954 any reference in this Order to a landlord shall, if the interest of the landlord in question is subject to a mortgage and the mortgagee is in possession or a receiver appointed by the mortgagee or by the court is in receipt of the rents and profits, be construed as a reference to the mortgagee.

Commencement of proceedings and answer
     Rule 2  - (1) Proceedings in a county court under the Act of 1927 or of 1954, or of 1985 or of 1987 shall be commenced by claim form and the respondent shall file an answer.

    (2) The court shall fix a return day which, unless it otherwise directs, shall be a day fixed for the case management hearing of the proceedings.

Claim for compensation in respect of improvement
     Rule 3  - (1) A claim under section 1 of the Act of 1927 for compensation in respect of any improvement, or a claim by a mesne landlord under section 8 (1) of that Act, shall be in writing, signed by the claimant, his solicitor or agent, and shall contain - 

    (a) a statement of the name and address of the claimant and of the landlord against whom the claim is made;

    (b) a description of the holding in respect of which the claim arises and of the trade or business carried on there;

    (c) a concise statement of the nature of the claim;

    (d) particulars of the improvement including the date when it was completed and the cost of it; and

    (e) a statement of the amount claimed.

    (2) Where any document relating to any proposed improvement, or to any claim, is sent to or served on a mesne landlord in pursuance of Part I of the Act of 1927, he shall forthwith serve on his immediate landlord a copy of the document, together with a notice in writing stating the date when the document was received by the mesne landlord, and if the immediate landlord is himself a mesne landlord, he shall, forthwith on receipt of the documents aforesaid, serve on his immediate landlord a similar copy and notice and so on from landlord to landlord.

    (3) Any document required to be served under paragraph (2) shall be served in the manner prescribed by section 23 of the Act of 1927.

Proceedings under Part I of the Act of 1927
     Rule 4  - (1) Subject to paragraph (2), the claim form by which proceedings under Part I of the Act of 1927 are commenced shall state - 

    (a) the nature of the claim or application or matter to be determined;

    (b) the holding in respect of which the claim or application is made, its rateable value and the trade or business carried on there;

    (c) particulars of the improvement or proposed improvement to which the claim or application relates; and

    (d) if the claim is for payment of compensation, the amount claimed.

    (2) In any case to which rule 3 (1) relates the particulars required by paragraph (1) may, so far as they are contained in a claim made in accordance with that rule, be given by appending a copy of the claim to the claim form.

    (3) The applicant's immediate landlord shall be made respondent to the application.

    (4) Any certificate of the court under section 3 of the Act of 1927 that an improvement is a proper improvement or has been duly executed shall be embodied in an order.

Proceedings under Part I of the Act of 1954
     Rule 5  - (1) A respondent to an application under section 7 of the Act of 1954[294] who resists any of the applicant's proposals as to the terms of a statutory tenancy shall state in his answer the terms which he proposes in their place.

    (2) The particulars in an application under section 13 of the Act of 1954 for the recovery of possession shall state, in addition to the matters set out in Order 6, rule 3 - 

    (a) the date and terms of the lease under which the tenant holds or has held the property;

    (b) the date of service upon the tenant of the landlord's notice to resume possession and the date of termination specified in the notice;

    (c) where the tenant has notified the landlord that he is not willing to give up possession, the date of the notification; and

    (d) where the claimant is not both the freeholder of the property comprised in the tenancy and the immediate landlord of the defendant, details of the interest constituting him the landlord for the purpose of proceedings under Part I of the Act of 1954.

    (3) Where an order has been made under paragraph 1 of the Second Schedule to the Act of 1954 for the reduction of rent of any premises on the ground of failure by the landlord to do initial repairs, and it is subsequently agreed between the landlord and the tenant that the repairs to which the order relates have been carried out, the landlord shall file a copy of the agreement, and a note thereof shall be entered in the records of the court.

    (4) Where the court makes an order for the recovery of possession of the property in proceedings to which paragraph 9 of the Fifth Schedule to the Act of 1954 applies, the claimant shall, if the occupying tenant is not a party to the proceedings, forthwith notify him of the terms of the order and inform him of his rights to obtain relief under sub-paragraph (2) of that paragraph.

    (5) If a copy of a notice under section 16 (2) of the Act of 1954 or paragraph 9 (2) or 10 (2) of the Fifth Schedule to that Act is lodged in court, a note of the lodgment shall be entered in the records of the court.

Application for new tenancy under section 24 of the Act of 1954
     Rule 6  - (1) An application under section 24 of the Act of 1954[295] for a new tenancy shall state - 

    (a) the premises to which the application relates, their rateable value and the business carried on there;

    (b) particulars of the applicant's current tenancy of the premises and of every notice or request given or made in respect of that tenancy under section 25 or 26 of that Act;

    (c) the applicant's proposals as to the terms of the new tenancy applied for, including, in particular, terms as to the duration thereof and as to the rent payable thereunder;

    (d) the name and address of any person other than the respondent who, to the knowledge of the applicant, has an interest in reversion in the premises expectant (whether immediately or in not more than 14 years) on the termination of the applicant's current tenancy; and

    (e) the name and address of any person having an interest in the premises other than a freehold interest or tenancy who, to the knowledge of the applicant, is likely to be affected by the grant of a new tenancy.

    (2) The person who, in relation to the applicant's current tenancy, is the landlord as defined by section 44 of the Act of 1954[296] shall be made respondent to the application.

    (3) A claim form under this rule must be served within 2 months after the date of issue whether served within or out of the jurisdiction and CPR rule 7.5(2) and 7.5(3) will not apply

Answer to application for new tenancy under section 24 of the Act of 1954
     Rule 7 Every answer by a respondent to an application to which rule 6 relates shall state - 

    (a) whether or not the respondent opposes the grant of a new tenancy and, if so, on what grounds;

    (b) whether or not, if a new tenancy is granted, the respondent objects to any of the terms proposed by the applicant and, if so, the terms to which he objects and the terms which he proposes in so far as they differ from those proposed by the applicant;

    (c) whether the respondent is a tenant under a lease having less than 14 years unexpired at the date of the termination of the applicant's current tenancy and, if he is, the name and address of any person who, to the knowledge of the respondent, has an interest in reversion in the premises expectant (whether immediately or in not more than 14 years from the said date) on the termination of the respondent's tenancy;

    (d) the name and address of any person having an interest in the premises other than a freehold interest or tenancy who is likely to be affected by the grant of a new tenancy; and

    (e) if the applicant's current tenancy is one to which section 32 (2) of the Act of 1954 applies, whether the respondent requires that any new tenancy ordered to be granted shall be a tenancy of the whole of the property comprised in the applicant's current tenancy.

Order dismissing application under section 24 which is successfully opposed
     Rule 8 Where the court hearing an application under section 24 of the Act of 1954 is precluded by section 31 of that Act from ordering the grant of a new tenancy by reason of any of the grounds specified in section 30 (1) of that Act, the order dismissing the application shall state all the grounds by reason of which the court is so precluded.

Other applications under Part II of the Act of 1954
     Rule 9 An application for an order under section 31 (2)(b) of the Act of 1954 and, unless made at the hearing of the application under section 24, an application for a certificate under section 37 (4) of that Act[297] may be made to the district judge without notice being served on any other party.

Service of order in proceedings under Part II of the Act of 1954
     Rule 10 A copy of any order made on an application to which rule 6 or 9 relates shall be sent by the court to every party to the proceedings.

Proof of determination of rateable value
     Rule 11 Where pursuant to section 37 (5) of the Act of 1954 any dispute as to the rateable value of any premises has been referred to the Commissioners of Inland Revenue for decision by a valuation officer, whether for the purpose of section 37 (2) or of section 63 of that Act[298], any document purporting to be a notification by the valuation officer of his decision shall be admissible in any proceedings in a county court as evidence of the matters contained therein.

Provisions as to assessors
     Rule 13  - (1) This rule applies to proceedings under Part I of the Act of 1927 or Part I or II of the Act of 1954, where an assessor is summoned by the judge under section 63 (1) of the County Courts Act 1984[299], as extended by section 63 of the Act of 1954.

    (3) Any report made by the assessor pursuant to paragraph (a) of section 63 (6) of the Act of 1954 shall be filed by the assessor, together with a copy for each party to the proceedings, and thereupon the court shall send a copy to each party and shall, if the further consideration of the proceedings has not been adjourned to a day named, fix a day for further consideration and give notice thereof to all parties.

District judge's jurisdiction
     Rule 15  - (1) If on the day fixed for the hearing of an application under section 7 or section 24 of the Act of 1954 the district judge is satisfied that - 

    (a) the parties to the application have agreed, in the case of an application under section 7, on the matters specified in subsection (2) of that section, or, in the case of an application under section 24, on the subject, period and terms of the new tenancy;

    (b) the owner of any reversionary interest in the property consents thereto; and

    (c) there are no other persons with interests in the property who are likely to be affected,

the district judge shall have power to make an order giving effect to the agreement.

    (2) An application under section 38 (4) of the Act of 1954[300] for the authorisation of an agreement may be heard and determined by the district judge and may be dealt with in private.

Application under section 12 (2) of the Act of 1985

    Rule 16
An application under section 12 (2) of the Act of 1985 for an order authorising the inclusion in a lease of provisions excluding or modifying the provisions of section 11 of that Act may be heard and determined by the district judge and may, if the court thinks fit, be dealt with in private.

Transfer to leasehold valuation tribunal

    Rule 16A
Where a question arising in proceedings is ordered to be transferred to a leasehold valuation tribunal for determination under section 31C of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985[301] the court shall—

    (a) send notice of the transfer to all parties to the proceedings; and


    (b) send to the leasehold valuation tribunal copies certified by the district judge of all entries in the records of the court relating to the question, together with the order of transfer and all documents filed in the proceedings which relate to the question.

    Application under section 19 of the Act of 1987

        Rule 17
    A copy of the notice served under section 19 (2)(a) of the Act of 1987 shall be appended to the claim form seeking an order under section 19 (1) thereof, and an additional copy of the notice shall be filed.

    Application for order under section 24 of the Act of 1987

        Rule 18
     - (1) An applicant for an order under section 24 of the Act of 1987[302] shall state—

      (a) the premises to which the application relates;


      (b) the name and address of the applicant and of the landlord of the premises, or, where the landlord cannot be found or his identity ascertained, the steps taken to find him or ascertain his identity;


      (c) the name and address of every person known to the applicant who is likely to be affected by the application, including, but not limited to, the other tenants of flats contained in the premises, any mortgagee or superior landlord of the landlord, and any tenants' association;


      (d) the name, address and qualifications of the person it is desired to be appointed manager of the premises;


      (e) the functions which it is desired that the manager should carry out; and


      (f) the grounds of the application,


    and a copy of the notice served on the landlord under section 22 of the Act of 1987[303] shall be appended to the claim form unless the requirement to serve such a notice has been dispensed with, and an additional copy of the notice shall be filed.

        (2) The respondent to an application for an order under section 24 of the Act of 1987 shall be the landlord of the premises.

        (3) A copy of the application shall be served on—

      (a) each of the persons named by the applicant under paragraph (1)(c), together with a notice stating that he may apply under rule 14 to be made a party to the proceedings; and


      (b) the person named under paragraph (1)(d).


        (4) RSC Order 30, rules 2 to 8 shall apply to proceedings in which an application is made for an order under section 24 of the Act of 1987 as they apply to proceedings in which an application is made for the appointment of a receiver, and as if for the references in those rules to a receiver there were references to a manager under the Act of 1987.

    Application for acquisition order under section 29 of the Act of 1987

        Rule 19
     - (1) An application for an acquisition order under section 29 of the Act of 1987[304] shall—

      (a) identify the premises to which the application relates and give such details of them as are necessary to show that section 25 of the Act of 1987 applies to them;


      (b) give such details of the applicants as are necessary to show that they constitute the requisite majority of qualifying tenants;


      (c) state the names and addresses of the applicants and of the landlord of the premises, or, where the landlord cannot be found or his identity ascertained, the steps taken to find him or ascertain his identity;


      (d) state the name and address of the person nominated by the applicants for the purposes of Part III of the Act of 1987;


      (e) state the name and address of every person known to the applicants who is likely to be affected by the application, including, but not limited to, the other tenants of flats contained in the premises (whether or not they could have made an application), any mortgagee or superior landlord of the landlord, and any tenants' association; and


      (f) state the grounds of the application,


    and a copy of the notice served on the landlord under section 27 of the Act of 1987[305] shall be appended to the claim form unless the requirement to serve such a notice has been dispensed with, and an additional copy of the notice shall be filed.

        (2) The respondents to an application for an acquisition order under section 29 of the Act of 1987 shall be the landlord of the premises and the nominated person, where he is not an applicant.

        (3) A copy of the application shall be served on each of the persons named by the applicant under paragraph (1)(e), together with a notice stating that he may apply under rule 14 to be made a party to the proceedings.

        (4) Where the nominated person pays money into court in accordance with an order under section 33 (1) of the Act of 1987, he shall file a copy of the certificate of the surveyor selected under section 33 (2)(a) thereof.

    Application for order under section 38 or section 40 of the Act of 1987

        Rule 20
     - (1) An application for an order under section 38 or section 40 of the Act of 1987[306] shall state—

      (a) the name and address of the applicant and of the other current parties to the lease or leases to which the application relates;


      (b) the date of the lease or leases, the premises demised thereby, the relevant terms thereof and the variation sought;


      (c) the name and address of every person who the applicant knows or has reason to believe is likely to be affected by the variation, including, but not limited to, the other tenants of flats contained in the premises of which the demised premises form a part, any previous parties to the lease, any mortgagee or superior landlord of the landlord, any mortgagee of the applicant, and any tenants' association; and


      (d) the grounds of the application.


        (2) The other current parties to the lease or leases shall be made respondents to the application.

        (3) A copy of the application shall be served by the applicant on each of the persons named by the applicant under paragraph (1)(c) and by the respondent on any other person who he knows or has reason to believe is likely to be affected by the variation, together, in each case, with a notice stating that the person may apply under rule 14 to be made a party to the proceedings.

        (4) An application under section 36 of the Act of 1987 shall be contained in the respondent's answer, and paragraphs (1) to (3) shall apply to such an application as if the respondent were the applicant.

    Service of documents in proceedings under the Act of 1987

        Rule 21
     - (1) Where a claim form or answer is to be served in proceedings under the Act of 1987 it shall be served by the applicant or, as the case may be, by the respondent.

        (2) Where a notice is to be served in or before proceedings under the Act of 1987, it shall be served in accordance with section 54 and, in the case of service on a landlord, it shall be served at the address furnished under section 48 (1).

    Tenants' associations

        Rule 22
    In rules 18, 19 and 20 a reference to a tenants' association is a reference to a recognised tenants' association within the meaning of section 29 of the Act of 1985 which represents tenants of the flats of which the demised premises form a part.





    Notes


    [290] 1947 c.44.back

    [291] 1947 c.44; section 27(1) was amended by the Supreme Court Act 1981 (c.54), section 139(1) and schedule 7.back

    [292] 1927 c.36; section 1was amended by the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (c.56), section 47(5); and section 8 by the 1954 Act, sections 45, 68(1) and schedule 7.back

    [293] 1954 c.56.back

    [294] Section 7 was amended by the Leasehold Reform Act 1967 (c.88), section 39(2), schedule 5, paragraph 3(1)(b).back

    [295] Section 24 was amended by the Law of Property Act 1969 (c.59), sections 3(2) and 4(1).back

    [296] Section 44 was amended by the Law of Property Act 1969 (c.59), section 14(1).back

    [297] Section 37 was amended by the Law of Property Act 1969 (c.59), section 11; and by the Local Government and Housing Act 1989 (c.42), section 149(6), schedule 7, paragraph 2.back

    [298] Section 63 was amended by S.I. 1991/724.back

    [299] 1984 c.28; section 63 was amended by S.I. 1998/2940.back

    [300] Section 38 was amended by the Law of Property Act 1969 (c.59), section 5.back

    [301] 1985 c.70. section 31C was inserted by the Housing Act 1996 (c.52), section 83(3).back

    [302] 1987 c.31; section 24 was amended by the Housing Act 1996 (c.52), section 85, 227, schedule 19, Part III.back

    [303] Section 22 was amended by the Housing Act 1996 (c.52), section 86.back

    [304] Section 29 was amended by the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 (c.28), section 85, 187(2), schedule 22; and by the Housing Act 1996 (c.52), section 88.back

    [305] Section 27 was amended by the Leasehold Reform Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 (c.28), section 85.back

    [306] Section 40 was amended by the Housing Act 1988 (c.50), section 119, schedule 13, paragraph 6.back



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