DECLARATION PROTECTS SPECIALISTS
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IN a second case on Wednesday the 1 Tribunal dismissed an appeal by A. Stevens and Co. (Haulage) Ltd., Siddle C. Cook Ltd., and Sunter Bros. Ltd. against the grant by the Northern deputy Licensing Authority of a long-length (40-ft.) steel-carrying trailer on A licence to B. W. Homan. of Middlesbrough.
Mr. T. H. Campbell Wardlaw, for Homan, said the trailer would enable him to carry steel without fear of breaking the new C. and U. Regulations.
The president said there was some force in the respondent's fears that his employees might not comply with the new regulations; it was reasonable that he should have this trailer since the other operators were protected by a declaration that Homan would not carry leneths exceeding 40 ft:
Andrews Amalgamated IN our report of the Andrews Amalea1 mated Services Ltd. case at Ealing (October II. page 11) we stated that the company was now in liquidation. We are asked to state that Andrews Amalgamated may well be going into liquidation. but has not done so as yet