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|Enactment to be amended.||Amendment.|
|The Small Holdings and Allotments Act, 1908:|
|Section 52||After the words “the purchase of land” in both places where those words occur there shall be inserted the words “or the defraying of the expenses of borrowing for that purpose.”|
|Section 61||After the word “council,” where that word occurs for the second time, there shall be inserted the words “and the expression of a “council of a county””|
|Tha Allotments Act, 1925:|
|Section 8||After the word “purchased” there shall be inserted the words “or appropriated,” and after the word “consent,” where that word occurs for the second time, there shall be inserted the words “may be given unconditionally or subject to such conditions as the Minister thinks fit, but”|
|The Small Holdings and Allotments Act, 1926:|
In subsection (2) of the section, for the words “moneys provided by Parliament” there shall, as from the first day of April, nineteen hundred and thirty-one, be substituted the words “Small holdings and Allotments Account,” and at the end of the section there shall be inserted the following subsections:—
(7) Land in respect of which a contribution has been made or undertaken to be made by the Minister under this section shall not be sold, mortgaged, exchanged, let, or appropriated, for any purpose other than the provision of small holdings except with the consent of the Minister, who may give such consent either unconditionally or subject to such conditions as he thinks fit.
(8) Where the Minister is satisfied that a council has reasonably incurred expenses in connection with the preparation of proposals or estimates with a view to the submission thereof to the Minister under this section he may if he thinks fit, notwithstanding that the proposals or estimates are not submitted to him or if submitted to him are not approved by him, make contributions toward the expenses so incurred, in the like manner and to the like extent as if the expenses had been a loss shown in approved estimates.
|Section 13||After the word “repayable” there shall be inserted the words “with interest at such rate as may be agreed between the council and the purchaser”|
|Section 14||After the words “provided by” in both places where those words occur there shall be inserted the words “, or purchased with the assistance of,”|
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