Reserve and Auxiliary Forces (Protection of Civil Interests) Act 1951

  1. Introductory Text

  2. Part I Protection against certain Legal Remedies

    1. Provisions as to England and Wales

      1. 1. Application of sections two to six.

      2. 2.General restrictions on execution and other remedies.

      3. 3. Scope of protection.

      4. 4. Special provisions as to leases and hire-purchase agreements.

      5. 5. Appropriate courts and procedure.

      6. 6. Interpretation of sections two to five.

    2. Provisions as to Scotland

      1. 7. Application of sections eight to twelve.

      2. 8. General restrictions on execution and other remedies.

      3. 9. Scope of protection.

      4. 10. Property in goods subject to hire-purchase agreement.

      5. 11. Appropriate courts and procedure.

      6. 12. Interpretation of sections eight to eleven.

    3. Effect of failure to observe restrictions under Part I

      1. 13. Effect of failure to observe restrictions under Part I.

  3. Part II Protection against Insecurity of Tenure of Place of Residence

    1. Protection during service other than short period of training

      1. 14. Period of residence protection, and scope of three succeeding sections (protection of tenure under lettings at a rent).

      2. 15.Protection of tenure of furnished, and certain other, rented premises, by extension of the Furnished Houses (Rent Control) Act.

      3. 16. Protection of tenure of certain rented premises by extension of Housing Act 1988.

      4. 17. Provisions supplementary to section sixteen in case of rented premises which include accommodation shared otherwise than with the landlord.

      5. 18. Protection of tenure, in connection with employment, under a licence or a rent-free letting, by extension of the Rent Acts.

      6. 19. Limitation on application of Housing Act 1988 by virtue of sections 16 to 18.

      7. 20. Modifications of Rent Acts as respects occupation by employees.

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      9. 22. Facilities for action on behalf of men serving abroad in proceedings as to tenancies.

      10. 23. Interpretation of Part II.

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    2. Protection during short period of training

      1. 25. Protection during short period of training.

  4. Part II Protection Against Insecurity of Tenure of Place of Residence

    1. Protection during service other than short period of training

      1. 14. Period of residence protection, and scope of three succeeding sections (protection of tenure under lettings at a rent).

      2. 15.Protection of tenure or furnished and certain other, rented premises, by extension of the Furnished Houses (Rent Control) Act.

      3. 16. Protection of tenure of certain rented premises by extension of Housing (Scotland) Act 1988.

      4. 17. Provisions supplementary to section sixteen in case of rented premises, which include accomodation shared otherwise than with the landlord.

      5. 18. Protection of tenure, in connection with employment, under a licence or a rent-free letting, by extension of the Rent Acts.

      6. 19. Limitation on application of Housing (Scotland) Act 1988 by virtue of sections 16 to 18.

      7. 20. Modifications of Rent Acts as respects occupation by employees.

      8. 21.†Modifications of Agricultural Holdings Act 1948, where tenant is a service man.

      9. 22. Facilities for action on behalf of men serving abroad in proceedings as to tenancies.

      10. 23. Interpretation of Part II.

      11. 24. Application of Part II in Scotland.

    2. Protection during short period of training

      1. 25. Protection during short period of training.

  5. Part III Protection Against Insecurity of Tenure of Business and Professional Premises

    1. Provisions as to England and Wales

      1. 26. Application of sections twenty-seven to thirty-six.

      2. 27. Renewal of tenancy expiring during period of service or within two months thereafter.

      3. 28. Premises to be comprised in new tenancy.

      4. 29. Application for grant of new tenancy.

      5. 30. Power of court to grant new tenancy.

      6. 31. Provision for further renewal of tenancy.

      7. 32. Provisions for cases where landlord is a tenant.

      8. 33. Provisions as to Landlord and Tenant Act 1927.

      9. 34. Appeals.

      10. 35. Application to Crown property.

      11. 36. Interpretation of preceding sections of Part III.

    2. Provisions as to Scotland

      1. 37. Application of sections thirty-eight to forty.

      2. 38. Application by service man for renewal of tenancy of business premises.

      3. 39. Power of sheriff to grant new tenancy.

      4. 40. Application to Crown property.

  6. Part IV Protection of Superannuation Rights

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    2. 42. Provisions as to firemen’s pensions.

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    4. 44. Retrospective effect of Part IV.

    5. 45. Financial provisions.

  7. Part V Payments to make up Civil Remuneration

    1. 46. General provisions as to payments to make up civil remuneration.

    2. 47. Paying and determining authorities.

    3. 48. Recoupment of expenses incurred in connection with civil occupation while serving in the forces.

    4. 49. Special provision for probation committees.

    5. 50. Assimilation of treatment of payments under Part V and certain other payments to treatment of remuneration in civil capacity.

    6. 51. Payments out of moneys provided by Parliament.

    7. 52. Service to which Part V applies and interpretation.

    8. 53. Retrospective effect of Part V.

  8. Part VI Protection against Loss of Benefits under Contracts with Industrial Assurance Companies and Friendly Societies

    1. 54. Protection of life policies (industrial assurance, and collecting societies).

    2. 55. Protection of life policies (friendly societies other than collecting societies).

    3. 56. Adjustment of rights under policies protected.

    4. 57. Provisions supplementary to the three preceding sections.

    5. 58. Relief against non-payment of contributions to friendly societies (other than life policy premiums).

    6. 59. Interpretation and extent of Part VI.

  9. PART VII MISCELLANEOUS AND GENERAL

    1. 60. Evidence as to performance of relevant service.

    2. 61. Presumption of death of persons serving in the forces.

    3. 62.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    4. 63. Dispensation with declaration on ending of service of constables.

    5. 64. Interpretation.

    6. 65. Provisions as to Northern Ireland.

    7. 66. Short title.

  10. SCHEDULES

    1. FIRST SCHEDULE

      SERVICE RELEVANT FOR THE PURPOSES OF THIS ACT

      1. 1.(i) Service in pursuance of any notice or directions given...

      2. 2, 3.. . . . . . . . . ....

      3. 4.Service for a period of eighteen months for which an...

      4. 5, 6.. . . . . . . . . ....

      5. 7.Service, for the purposes of training only, for a continuous...

    2. SECOND SCHEDULE

      Capacities in respect of which payments may be made under Part V, and paying authorities.

      1. PART I General

      2. PART II ALLOCATION OF FUNCTIONS AS TO PAYABLE UNDER PART V BETWEEN DIFFERENT AUTHORITIES IN CERTAIN CASES

        1. Note:—In a case where a justices’ clerk holds several clerkships...

    3. THIRD SCHEDULE

      Financial Provisions Consequential on Treating a Person Dying on Service as Alive and the Converse.

      1. 1.(1) This paragraph shall have effect where by virtue of...

      2. 2.(1) This paragraph shall have effect where by virtue of...