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Tuesday, 15 March 1932

Mr BEASLEY (West Sydney) . - I was under the impression that the committee which will investigate war Service homes would deal with a problem such as that which has bees mentioned. At the moment I am not familiar with the terms of reference of that commit tea.

Mr Francis - They are incorporated in Hansard. I have a copy available for the honorable member.

Mr BEASLEY - Valuations are in a state of flux, and it may be impossible to determine such matters at this juncture, but rather as injustices arise.

Mr Francis - .For instance?

Mr BEASLEY - I refer to the case that was mentioned by the Leader of the Opposition. If it is impossible to arrive at a determination as to the proper basis on which a re-valuation and writing down shall be made, the Government should take some action to deal leniently with urgent cases, pending the time when the committee submits its report.

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