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THIS LAW: Absentees' Property Law (passed by the Knesset March 14, 1950).
ITS AMENDMENTS: (6.3.51)(14.2.56)(3.19.58)(2.2.65)(8.7.67)(8.8.67)

No. 23
Addition of
section 17 (b).
1. Section 17 of the Absentees' Property Law, 5710-1950(1), shall be re-marked as section 17(a) and the following subsection shall be added thereto:
"(b) A person who in a transaction as referred to in subsection (a) has rented from the Custodian a dwelling-house or business premises shall, both during and after the period of the transaction, be treated as a tenant or subtenant within the meaning of the Tenants' Protection Law, 5714-1954(2), and the Tenants' Protection Law, 5715-1955(3).".
Commencement. 2. This Law shall have effect retroactively as from the 2nd Nisan, 5710 (20th March, 1950).
Prime Minister
Minister of Finance
President of the State
* Passed by the Knesset on the 2nd Adar, 5716 (14th February, 1956) and published in Sefer Ha-Chukkim No. 198 of the 11th Adar, 5716 (23rd February, 1956), p.34; the Bill and an Explanatory Note were published in Hatza'ot Chok No. 254 of 5716, p. 40.

(1) Sefer Ha-Chukkim No. 37 of 5710, p. 86 - LSI vol. IV, p. 68 ; Sefer Ha-Chukkim No. 70 of 5711, p. 70 - LSI vol. Ill, p. 63.

(2) Sefer Ha-Chukkim No. 151 of 5714, p. 56 - LSI vol. VIII, p. 75.

(3) Sefer Ha-Chukkim No. 188 of 5715, p. 151 - LSI vol. IX, p. 172.

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THIS LAW: Absentees' Property Law (passed by the Knesset March 14, 1950).
ITS AMENDMENTS: (6.3.51)(14.2.56)(3.19.58)(2.2.65)(8.7.67)(8.8.67)

SOURCE: "Laws of the State of Israel: Authorized Translation from the Hebrew, Volume 10". Government Printer, Jerusalem, Israel (1948-1987), p. 31-2.