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Thursday, 14 September 1911

In Committee(Consideration resumed from 13th October, r9io, vide page 4525) :

Clause 324 - (1.) Where the aggregate amount of salvage payable in any case has been finally determined under this Act, and does not exceed One thousand pounds, but a dispute arises as to the apportionment thereof among several claimants, the person liable to pay the amount may apply to the receiver for liberty to pay it to him. (3.) The receiver shall distribute any amount received by him under this section among the persons entitled to it on such evidence and in such proportions as he thinks fit, and may retain the share of any person who is absent.

Upon which Senator Guthrie had moved by way of amendment -

That sub-clause 3 be left out.







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