Statutory Instruments 1998 No. 3132 (L. 17)
The Civil Procedure Rules 1998
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CCR ORDER 49

MISCELLANEOUS STATUTES

Access to Neighbouring Land Act 1992[315]

    Rule 1
 - (1) In this rule, "the 1992 Act" means the Access to Neighbouring Land Act 1992, a section referred to by number means the section so numbered in the 1992 Act and expressions which are defined in the 1992 Act have the same meaning in this rule as they have in that Act.

    (2) An application for an access order under section 1 of the 1992 Act shall be made by the issue of a claim form which shall be filed in the court for the district in which the dominant land is situated.

    (3) The application shall—

    (a) identify the dominant land and the servient land and state whether the dominant land is or includes residential land;


    (b) specify the works alleged to be necessary for the preservation of the whole or a part of the dominant land;


    (c) state why entry upon the servient land is required and specify the area to which access is required by reference, if possible, to a plan annexed to the application;


    (d) give the name of the person who will be carrying out the works if it is known at the time of the application;


    (e) state the proposed date on which, or the dates between which, the works are to be started and their approximate duration, and


    (f) state what (if any) provision has been made by way of insurance in the event of possible injury to persons or damage to property arising out of the proposed works.


    (4) The respondents shall be the owner and the occupier of the servient land and any respondent who wishes to be heard on the application shall file an answer within 14 days after the date of service of the application on him.

    (5) Order 24, rule 3 shall apply with the necessary modifications to service of the claim form under this rule.

    (6) The court may direct that a copy of the claim form shall be served on any person who may be affected by the proposed entry and any such person may, within 14 days after service of the claim form on him, apply to be made a respondent to the application.

    (7) The application may be heard and determined by the district judge and may, if the court thinks fit, be dealt with in private.

Administration of Justice Act 1970[316]

Rule 1A
Any claim by a mortgagee for possession of a dwelling-house, being a claim to which section 36 of the Administration of Justice Act 1970 applies, shall be dealt with by the court sitting in private unless the court otherwise directs.

Chancel Repairs Act 1932[317]

    Rule 2
 - (1) A notice to repair under section 2 of the Chancel Repairs Act 1932 shall—

    (a) identify the responsible authority by whom it is given and the chancel alleged to be in need of repair;


    (b) state the repairs alleged to be necessary and the grounds on which the person to whom the notice is addressed is alleged to be liable to repair the chancel, and


    (c) call upon that person to put the chancel in proper repair,


and shall be served in accordance with paragraph 1A. (1A) The notice may be served—

    (a) where no solicitor is acting for the person to be served, by delivering it to him personally, or by delivering it at, or sending it by first-class post to his address for service or, if he has no address for service by—

      (i) by delivering it at his residence or by sending it by first class post to his last known residence, or

      (ii) in the case of a proprietor of a business, by delivering it at his place of business or sending it by first class post to his last known place of business.


    (b) Where a solicitor is acting for the person to be served—

      (i) by delivering it at, or sending it by first-class post to the solicitor's address for service; or (ii) where the solicitor's address for service includes a numbered box at a document exchange, by leaving it at that document exchange or at a document exchange which transmits documents daily to that document exchange.


    (c) For the purpose of this rule first class post means pre-paid post or post in respect of which prepayment is not required


    (d) Any document which is left at a document exchange shall be deemed served on the second day after the day on which it was left, unless the contrary is shown.


    (e) In determining for the purposes of this rule—

      (i) whether a document exchange transmits documents daily to another document exchange, and (ii) the second day after the day on which a document was left at a document exchange,


any day on which the court office is closed shall be excluded.

    (2) Proceedings to recover the sum required to put a chancel in proper repair shall be started by a claim form.

    (3) An application for the permission of the court under the proviso to subsection (2) of the said section 2 may be made in accordance with CPR Part 23.

    (4) If the court is satisfied that the defendant has a defence to the claim on the merits, the court may, on an application made by the defendant in accordance with CPR Part 23 order the claimant to give security for the defendant's costs.

    (5) Where judgment is given for the payment of a sum of money in respect of repairs not yet executed, the court may order that the money be paid into court and dealt with in such manner as the court may direct for the purpose of ensuring that the money is spent in executing the repairs, but nothing in this paragraph shall prejudice a solicitor's lien for costs.

Consumer Credit Act 1974[318]

    Rule 4
 - (1) In this rule "the Act" means the Consumer Credit Act 1974, a section referred to by number means the section so numbered in the Act and expressions which are defined in the Act have the same meaning in this rule as they have in the Act.

    (2) This rule only applies to claims relating to land. (Claims under the Act relating to money only shall be started by a claim form issued in accordance with CPR Part 7, and claims relating to recovery of goods shall be made in accordance with the procedure set out in the CPR Consumer Credit Act Practice Direction) (3) Where in any claim relating to a regulated agreement the debtor or any surety has not been served with the claim form, the court may, on the claimant's application made in accordance with CPR Part 23 without notice, at or before the hearing of the claim, dispense with the requirement in section 141 (5) that the debtor or surety, as the case may be, shall be made a party to the proceedings.

    (4) Where a claim relating to a regulated agreement is brought by a person to whom a former creditor's rights and duties under the agreement have been passed by assignment or by operation of law, the requirement in section 141 (5) that all parties to the agreement shall be made parties to the claim shall not apply to the former creditor unless the court so directs.

    (5) An application under section 129 (1)(b) may be made by a claim form and the claim form—

    (a) shall be filed in the court for the district in which the applicant resides or carries on business; and


    (b) shall state—

      (i) the date of the agreement and the parties to it with the number of the agreement or sufficient particulars to enable the respondent to identify the agreement and details of any sureties;

      (ii) if the respondent was not one of the original parties to the agreement, the name of the original party to the agreement;

      (iii) the names and addresses of the persons intended to be served with the application;

      (iv) the place where the agreement was signed by the applicant;

      (v) details of the notice served by the respondent giving rise to the application;

      (vi) the total unpaid balance admitted to be due under the agreement and the amount of any arrears (if known) together with the amount and frequency of the payments specified by the agreement;

      (vii) the applicant's proposals as to payment of any arrears and of future instalments together with details of his means;

      (viii) where the application relates to a breach of the agreement other than the non-payment of money, the applicant's proposals for remedying it.


    (6) Any application under section 131 may be heard and determined by the judge or by the district judge.

    (9) An application for an enforcement order may be made—

    (a) by a claim form asking for permission to enforce the agreement in respect of which the order is sought, or


    (b) if, apart from the need to obtain an enforcement order, the creditor is entitled to payment of the money or possession of land to which the agreement relates, by a claim to recover the money or land.


(10) A claim form under paragraph (9)(a) and the particulars of claim in a claim brought pursuant to paragraph (9)(b) shall state the circumstances rendering an enforcement order necessary. (11) Paragraph (9) shall apply to an order under section 86 (2), 92 (2) or 126 as it applies to an enforcement order, so however that in the case of an order under section 86 (2) the personal representatives of the deceased debtor or hirer shall be made parties to the proceedings in which the order is sought, or, if no grant of representation has been made to his estate, the applicant shall, forthwith after commencing the proceedings, apply to the court for directions as to what persons, if any, shall be made parties to the proceedings as being affected or likely to be affected by the enforcement of the agreement. (14) An application to a county court under section 139 (1)(a) for a credit agreement to be reopened shall be made by a claim form (15) Where in any such proceedings in a county court as are mentioned in section 139 (1)(b) or (c), the debtor or a surety desires to have a credit agreement reopened, he shall, within 14 days after the service of the claim form on him, give notice to that effect to the court and to every other party to the proceedings and thereafter the debtor or surety, as the case may be, shall be treated as having delivered a defence or answer.

Applications under section 114, 204 and 231 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988[319]

Rule 4A
The CPR Patents Courts practice direction shall apply with the necessary modifications to proceedings brought under sections 114 (1), 204 (1) and 231 (1) of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.

Fair Trading Act 1973[320]

    Rule 5
 - (1) In this rule a section referred to by number means the section so numbered in the Fair Trading Act 1973 and "the Director" means the Director General of Fair Trading.

    (2) Proceedings in a county court under section 35, 38 or 40 shall be started by a claim form.

    (3) The respondent shall file an answer.

    (4) Where in any proceedings under section 35 or 38 the Director intends to apply for a direction under section 40 (2) that any order made against a body corporate (in this rule referred to as the "respondent body") which is a member of a group of interconnected bodies corporate shall be binding on all members of the group, he shall file notice of his intention together with as many copies of the claim form and of the notice as are required for the purposes of paragraph (5).

    (5) A copy of any notice under paragraph (4) shall be served on the respondent body and a copy of the notice together with a copy of the claim form and a notice of the return day shall be served on each of the bodies corporate specified in the notice under paragraph (4).

    (6) The respondent body may at any time serve on the Director a notice containing particulars of any interconnected body corporate not mentioned in a notice under paragraph (4).

    (7) With a view to deciding whether or in respect of which bodies notice should be given under paragraph (4) the Director may serve on the respondent body a notice requiring that body to give to him within 14 days after service of the notice particulars of any interconnected bodies corporate belonging to the same group as the respondent body and a copy of any such notice shall be filed.

    (8) An application under section 40 (3) shall be made on notice to the respondent body and every interconnected body belonging to the same group.

Housing Act 1988: assured tenancies

    Rule 6
 - (1) In this rule

    "the 1988 Act" means the Housing Act 1988[321];

    "dwelling-house" has the same meaning as in Part I of the 1988 Act; a Ground referred to by number means the Ground so numbered in Schedule 2 to the 1988 Act;

    "the requisite notice" means such a notice as is mentioned in any of those Grounds and

    "the relevant date" means the beginning of the tenancy.


    (2) This rule applies to proceedings brought by a landlord to recover possession of a dwelling-house which has been let on an assured tenancy in a case where all the conditions mentioned in paragraph (3) below are satisfied.

    (3) The conditions referred to in paragraph (2) are these.
    (a) The tenancy and any agreement for the tenancy were entered into on or after 15th January 1989.


    (b) The proceedings are brought

      (i) on Ground 1 (landlord occupation),

      (ii) on Ground 3 (former holiday occupation),

      (iii) on Ground 4 (former student letting) or

      (iv) on Ground 5 (occupation by a minister of religion).


    (c) The only purpose of the proceedings is to recover possession of the dwelling-house and no other claim is made in the proceedings (such as for arrears of rent).


    (d) The tenancy is an assured tenancy within the meaning of the 1988 Act (and consequently is not a protected, statutory or housing association tenancy under the Rent Act 1977), and
      (i) is the subject of a written agreement, or

      (ii) is on the same terms (though not necessarily as to rent) as a tenancy which was the subject of a written agreement and arises by virtue of section 5 of the 1988 Act, or

      (iii) relates to the same or substantially the same premises which were let to the same tenant and is on the same terms (though not necessarily as to rent or duration) as a tenancy which was the subject of a written agreement.


Where the tenancy in relation to which the proceedings are brought arises by virtue of section 5 of the 1988 Act but follows a tenancy which was the subject of an oral agreement, the condition mentioned in sub-paragraph (d)(ii) or (iii) above is not satisfied.

    (e) The proceedings are brought against the tenant to whom the requisite notice was given.


    (f) The tenant was given the requisite notice, not later than the relevant date.


    (g) The tenant was given notice in accordance with section 8 of the 1988 Act that proceedings for possession would be brought.


    (4) Where the conditions mentioned in paragraph (3) of this rule are satisfied, the landlord may bring possession proceedings under this rule instead of making a claim in accordance with Order 6, rule 3 (claim for recovery of land by claim form).

    (5) The application must be made in the prescribed form, and a copy of the application, with a copy for each defendant, must be filed in the court for the district in which the dwelling-house is situated.

    (6) The application shall include the following information and statements.
    (a) a statement identifying the dwelling-house which is the subject matter of the proceedings;


    (b) a statement identifying the nature of the tenancy, namely—

      (i) whether it is the subject of a written agreement; or

      (ii) whether the tenancy arises by virtue of section 5 of the 1988 Act, or

      (iii) where it is the subject of an oral agreement whether the tenancy is periodic or for a fixed term and, if for a fixed term, the length of the term and the date of termination;


    (c) a statement that the dwelling-house (or another dwelling-house) was not let to the tenant by the landlord (or any of his predecessors) before 15th January 1989;


    (d) the date on which and the method by which the requisite notice was given to the tenant;


    (e) a statement identifying the Ground on which possession is claimed giving sufficient particulars to substantiate the claimant's claim to be entitled to possession on that Ground;


    (f) a statement that a notice was served on the tenant in accordance with section 8 of the 1988 Act,

      (i) specifying the date on which and the method by which the notice was served; and

      (ii) confirming that the period of notice required by section 8 of the 1988 Act has been given; and


    (g) the amount of rent which is currently payable.


    (7) Copies of the following documents shall be attached to the application—

      (i) the current (or most recent) written tenancy agreement,

      (ii) the requisite notice (referred to in paragraph (6)(d) above), and

      (iii) the notice served in accordance with section 8 of the 1988 Act, together with any other documents necessary to prove the claim.


    (8) The statements made in the application and any documents attached to the application shall be verified by the claimant on oath.

    (9) Service of the application and of the attachments shall be effected by an officer of the court sending them by first-class post to the defendant at the address stated in the application and paragraphs (c) and (d) of Order 3, rule 6 (mode of service) and Order 7, rule 15 (service of claim form for recovery of land) shall apply as they apply where service is effected under those rules. (10) A defendant who wishes to oppose the claimant's application must, within 14 days after the service of the application on him, complete and deliver at the court office the form of reply which was attached to the application. (11) On receipt of the defendant's reply the court shall—

    (a) send a copy of it to the claimant;


    (b) refer the reply and the claimant's application to the judge, and where a reply is received after the period mentioned in paragraph (10) but before a request is filed in accordance with paragraph (12) the reply shall be referred without delay to the judge.


(12) Where the period mentioned in paragraph (10) has expired without the defendant filing a reply, the claimant may file a written request for an order for possession and the court shall without delay refer the claimant's application to the judge. (13) After considering the application and the defendant's reply (if any), the judge shall either—

    (a) make an order for possession under paragraph (15) or


    (b) fix a day for a hearing under paragraph (14) and give directions regarding the steps to be taken before and at the hearing.


(14) The court shall fix a day for the hearing of the application where the judge is not satisfied as to any of the following—

    (a) that the requisite notice was given before the relevant date,


    (b) that a notice was served in accordance with section 8 of the 1988 Act and that the time limits specified in the 1988 Act have been complied with,


    (c) that service of the application was duly effected, or


    (d) that the claimant has established that he is entitled to recover possession under the Ground relied on against the defendant.


(15) Except where paragraph (14) applies, the judge shall without delay make an order for possession without requiring the attendance of the parties. (16) Where a hearing is fixed under paragraph (14)—

    (a) the court shall give to all parties not less than 14 days' notice of the day fixed;


    (b) the judge may give such directions regarding the steps to be taken before and at the hearing as may appear to him to be necessary or desirable.


(17) The court may, on application made on notice in accordance with CPR Part 23 within 14 days of service of the order or of its own initiative, set aside, vary or confirm any order made under paragraph (15). (18) A district judge shall have power to hear and determine an application to which this rule applies and references in this rule to the judge shall include references to the district judge.

Housing Act 1988: assured shorthold tenancies

Rule 6A


    (1) In this rule, "the 1988 Act" means the Housing Act 1988 and "dwelling-house" has the same meaning as in Part I of the 1988 Act.

    (2) This rule applies to proceedings brought by a landlord under section 21 of the 1988 Act[322]to recover possession of a dwelling-house let on an assured shorthold tenancy on the expiry or termination of that tenancy in a case where all the conditions mentioned in paragraph (3) below (or, as the case may be, paragraph (9)) are satisfied.

    (3) The conditions referred to in paragraph (2) are these—

    (a) The tenancy and any agreement for the tenancy were entered into on or after 15th January 1989.


    (b) The only purpose of the proceedings is to recover possession of the dwelling-house and no other claim is made in the proceedings (such as for arrears of rent).


    (c) The tenancy—

      (i) was an assured shorthold tenancy and not a protected, statutory or housing association tenancy under the Rent Act 1977[323];

      (ii) did not immediately follow an assured tenancy which was not an assured shorthold tenancy;

      (iii) fulfilled the conditions provided by section 19A or section 20(1)(a) to (c) of the 1988 Act[324], and

      (iv) was the subject of a written agreement.


    (d) Where the tenancy and any agreement for the tenancy were entered into before 28th February 1997, a notice in writing was served on the tenant in accordance with section 20 (2) of the 1988 Act and the proceedings are brought against the tenant on whom that notice was served.


    (e) A notice in accordance with section 21 (1)(b) of the 1988 Act was given to the tenant in writing.


    (4) Where the conditions mentioned in paragraph (3) or paragraph (9) of this rule are satisfied, the landlord may bring possession proceedings under this rule instead of making a claim in accordance with Order 6, rule 3 (claim for recovery of land by claim form).

    (5) The application must be made in the prescribed form and a copy of the application, with a copy for each defendant, shall be filed in the court for the district in which the dwelling-house is situated.

    (6) The application shall include the following information and statements—

    (a) A statement identifying the dwelling-house which is the subject matter of the proceedings.


    (b) A statement that the dwelling-house (or another dwelling-house) was not let to the tenant by the landlord (or any of his predecessors) before 15th January 1989.


    (c) A statement that possession is claimed on the expiry of an assured shorthold tenancy under section 21 of the 1988 Act giving sufficient particulars to substantiate the claimant's claim to be entitled to possession.


    (d) Where the tenancy and any agreement for the tenancy were entered into before 28th February 1997, a statement that a written notice was served on the tenant in accordance with section 20 (2) of the 1988 Act.


    (e) A statement that a notice in writing was given to the tenant in accordance with section 21 (1) of the 1988 Act specifying the date on which, and the method by which, the notice was given.


    (f) In a case where the original fixed term tenancy has expired, a statement that no other assured tenancy is in existence other than an assured shorthold periodic tenancy (whether statutory or not).

    (g) A statement confirming that there is no power under the tenancy agreement for the landlord to determine the tenancy (within the meaning given for the purposes of Part I of the 1988 Act by section 45 (4) of the 1988 Act) at a time earlier than six months from the beginning of the tenancy.


    (h) A statement that no notice under section 20 (5) of the 1988 Act has been served.


    (7) Copies of the following documents shall be attached to the application

    (i) the written tenancy agreement (or, in a case to which paragraph (9) applies, the current (or most recent) written tenancy agreement),

    (ii) where the tenancy and any agreement for the tenancy were entered into before 28th February 1997 the written notice served in accordance with section 20 (2) of the 1988 Act, and

    (iii) the notice in writing given in accordance with section 21 of the 1988 Act,


together with any other documents necessary to prove the claim.

    (8) The statements made in the application and any documents attached to the application shall be verified by the claimant on oath.

    (9) Where on the coming to an end of an assured shorthold tenancy (including a tenancy which was an assured shorthold but ceased to be assured before it came to an end) a new assured shorthold tenancy of the same or substantially the same premises (in this paragraph referred to as "the premises") comes into being under which the landlord and the tenant are the same as at the coming to an end of the earlier tenancy, then the provisions of this rule apply to that tenancy but with the following conditions instead of those in paragraph (3)—

    (a) The tenancy and any agreement for the tenancy were entered into on or after 15th January 1989.


    (b) The only purpose of the proceedings is to recover possession of the dwelling-house and no other claim is made in the proceedings (such as for arrears of rent).


    (c) The tenancy in relation to which the proceedings are brought—

      (i) is an assured shorthold tenancy within the meaning of section 20 of the 1988 Act and consequently is not a protected, statutory or housing association tenancy under the Rent Act 1977;

      (ii) did not immediately follow an assured tenancy which was not an assured shorthold tenancy, and
        (aa) is the subject of a written agreement, or

        (ab) is on the same terms (though not necessarily as to rent) as a tenancy which was the subject of a written agreement and arises by virtue of section 5 of the 1988 Act, or

        (ac) relates to the same or substantially the same premises which were let to the same tenant and is on the same terms (though not necessarily as to rent or duration) as a tenancy which was the subject of a written agreement.


      Where the tenancy in relation to which the proceedings are brought arises by virtue of section 5 of the 1988 Act but follows a tenancy which was the subject of an oral agreement, the conditions mentioned in sub-paragraph (c)(ii)(ab) or (ac) above is not satisfied.


    (d) Where the agreement and any agreement for the tenancy were entered into before 28th February 1997, a written notice was served in accordance with section 20(2) of the 1988 Act on the tenant in relation to the firest assured shorthold tenance of the premises and the proceedings are brught against the tenant on whom that notice was served


    (e) A notice in writing was given to the tenant in accordance with section 21 (4) of the 1988 Act.


(10) In a case to which paragraph (9) applies, the application shall include the following information and statements.
    (a) A statement identifying the dwelling-house which is the subject matter of the proceedings.


    (b) A statement identifying the nature of the tenancy, namely—

      (i) whether it is the subject of a written agreement;

      (ii) whether the tenancy arises by virtue of section 5 of the 1988 Act, or

      (iii) where it is the subject of an oral agreement, that the tenancy is periodic or for a fixed term, and if for a fixed term, the length of the term and the date of termination.


    (c) A statement that the dwelling-house (or another dwelling-house) was not let to the tenant by the landlord (or any of his predecessors) before 15th January 1989.


    (d) A statement that possession is claimed under section 21 of the 1988 Act giving sufficient particulars to substantiate the claimant's claim to be entitled to possession.


    (e) Where the tenancy and any agreement for the tenancy were entered into before 28th February 1997, a statement that a written notice was served in accordance with section 20 (2) of the 1988 Act in relation to the first assured shorthold tenancy of the premises on the tenant against whom the proceedings are brought.


    (f) A statement that a notice in writing was given to the tenant in accordance with section 21 (4) of the 1988 Act specifying the date on which, and the method by which, the notice was given.


    (g) In a case where the tenancy is a fixed term tenancy which has expired, a statement that no other assured tenancy is in existence other than an assured shorthold periodic tenancy (whether statutory or not).


    (h) A statement confirming that there was no power under the tenancy agreement for the landlord to determine (within the meaning given for the purposes of Part I of the 1988 Act by section 45 (4) of the 1988 Act) the first assured shorthold tenancy of the premises to the tenant against whom the proceedings are brought at a time earlier than six months from the beginning of the tenancy.


    (i) A statement that no notice under section 20 (5) of the 1988 Act has been served.


    (j) The amount of rent which is currently payable.


(11) Service of the application and of the attachments shall be effected by an officer of the court sending them by first-class post to the defendant at the address stated in the application and paragraphs (c) and (d) of Order 3, rule 6 (mode of service) and Order 7, rule 15 (service of claim form for recovery of land) shall apply as they apply where service is effected under those rules. (12) A defendant who wishes to oppose the claimant's application must, within 14 days after the service of the application on him, complete and deliver at the court office the form of reply which was attached to the application. (13) On receipt of the defendant's reply the court shall—

    (a) send a copy of it to the claimant;


    (b) refer the reply and the claimant's application to the judge and where a reply is received after the period mentioned in paragraph (12) but before a request is filed in accordance with paragraph (14) the reply shall be referred without delay to the judge.


(14) Where the period mentioned in paragraph (12) has expired without the defendant filing a reply, the claimant may file a written request for an order for possession and the court shall without delay refer any such request to the judge. (15) After considering the application and the defendant's reply (if any), the judge shall either—

    (a) make an order for possession under paragraph (17); or


    (b) fix a day for a hearing under paragraph (16) and give directions regarding the steps to be taken before and at the hearing.


(16) The court shall fix a day for the hearing of the application where the judge is not satisfied as to any of the following—

    (a) where the tenancy and any agreement for the tenancy were entered into before 28th February 1997 that a written notice was served in accordance with section 20 of the 1988 Act,


    (b) that a written notice was given in accordance with section 21 of the 1988 Act,


    (c) that service of the application was duly effected, or


    (d) that the claimant has established that he is entitled to recover possession under section 21 of the 1988 Act against the defendant.


(17) Except where paragraph (16) applies, the judge shall without delay make an order for possession without requiring the attendance of the parties. (18) Where a hearing is fixed under paragraph (16)—

    (a) the court shall give to all parties not less than 14 days' notice of the day so fixed;


    (b) the judge may give such directions regarding the steps to be taken before and at the hearing as may appear to him to be necessary or desirable.


(19) The court may, on application made on notice in accordance with CPR Part 23 within 14 days of service of the order or of its own initiative, set aside, vary or confirm any order made under paragraph (17). (20) A district judge shall have power to hear and determine an application to which this rule applies and references in this rule to the judge shall include references to the district judge.




Notes


[315] 1992 c.23.back

[316] 1970 c.31.back

[317] 1932 c.20.back

[318] 1974 c.39.back

[319] 1988 c.48.back

[320] 1973 c.41.back

[321] 1988 c.50.back

[322] 1988 c.50; section 21 was amended by the Local Government and Housing Act 1989 (c.42), section 194(1), schedule 11, paragraph 103; and by the Housing Act 1996 (c.52), sections 98, 99.back

[323] 1977 c.42.back

[324] Section 19A was amended by the Housing Act 1996 (c.52), section 96(1), and section 20 by that Act, section 104, 227, schedule 8, paragraph 2; schedule 19, Part IV.back



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