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Thursday, 11 July 1946

Mr FADDEN - In assessing the amount of compensation that should be paid, it is obvious that weshould take into consideration commitments entered into by the Government in respect of subsidies to Amalgamated Wireless (Australasia) Limited. The payments to the company which I have cited are by no means isolated instances.

The CHAIRMAN - It would appear that the right honorable gentleman's remarks would be more appropriately related to clause 53.

Clause agreed to.

Clause 51 agreed to.

Clause 52 - (1.) Any person who suffers loss or damage by reason of any acquisition of property under Part III. of this Act or by reason of the application of section forty-seven of this Act to a licence, permission, agreement or approval or by reason of the provisions of section forty-nine of this Act shall, subject to this section, be paid such compensation as is deter mined by agreement entered into between the Commission and the person concerned and approved by the Minister. (6.) An application to the Court for leave under this section may be made to and determined by a single judge of the Court, sitting as or for the Court or in chambers, and the powers, practice and procedure of the Court in the application shall be as nearly as may be in accordance with its powers, practice and procedure in interlocutory applications in civil actions or suits.

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