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0; ————— A "SCANDAL" IN QELLIQEAR At the meeting of the Gelligaer Council on Tuesday, Mr T. A. Drew, one of the sanitary inspectors, re- ported that it had come to his know- ledge that, after serving property owners with notice to abate a nuisance, he had found that these owners served notice upon the tenants to quit the premises. The Clerk (Mr Frank T. James) who was asked to report upon the legal part, said the Council bad no power to interfere between landlord and tenant, but if the tenants who had received these notices would appeared before the magistrates when an application for ejectment was being made, and lay before their worships the full facts, he was sure they would receive every considera- tion. If the facts were as reported, it was a most scandalous thing that any landlord should take advantage of the action of the Sanitary In- spector to eject a tenant. Mr W. Hammond said that if the tenant was at fault in keeping the premises dirty, them the landlord could not be blamed :to any great extent, but if, on the other hand, the owner neglected his property to such an extent that a nuisance was caused, then the tenant should be protected as far as possible against any undue advantage being taken by the action of the Council's officials.-It was decided that the Clerk should write to the landlords referred to.

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