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- S.I. 2003/1725 art. 2(1) commences (2002 c. 9)
- S.I. 2003/1900 art. 2 Sch. 1 2 commences (2003 c. 21)
- S.I. 2003/1986 art. 2(a) commences (2002 c. 15)
- S.I. 2003/3142 art. 2-4 Sch. 1 2 commences (2003 c. 21)
- S.I. 2004/144 art. 2 Sch. commences (1994 c. 21)
- S.I. 2004/669 art. 2 commences (2002 c. 15)
- S.I. 2004/2202 art. 2 3 commences (2004 c. 5)
- S.I. 2004/2593 art. 2 commences (2004 c. 5)
- S.I. 2004/3056 art. 2 3 commences (2002 c. 15)
- S.I. 2005/193 art. 2 amendment to earlier commencing SI 2004/3056
- S.I. 2005/1353 art. 2 commences (2002 c. 15)
- S.I. 2005/3175 art. 2 3 Sch. 1 2 commences (2004 c. 33)
- S.I. 2006/3428 art. 2-4 7 Sch. 2-4 commences (2006 c. 46)
- S.I. 2007/1897 art. 2 commences (2005 c. 9)
- S.I. 2007/2709 art. 2-6 commences (2007 c. 15)
- S.I. 2008/2358 art. 2 3 commences (2008 c. 17)
- S.I. 2008/2860 art. 3 4 Sch. 1 commences (2006 c. 46)
- S.I. 2008/3068 art. 2-5 commences (2008 c. 17)
- S.I. 2009/803 art. 2-10 commences (2008 c. 17)
- S.I. 2010/862 art. 2 3 commences (2008 c. 17)
- S.S.I. 2003/434 art. 2 commences (2001 asp 10)
- S.S.I. 2007/270 art. 3 commences (2006 asp 1)
- S.S.I. 2009/122 art. 3 commences (2006 asp 1)
- 2006 No. 2 Instrument made by Archbishops commences (2006 No. 1)
Landlord’s interest subject to a settlementE+W
6Where the interest of a Chapter II landlord is subject to a settlement (within the meaning of the Settled Land Act 1925), the purposes authorised—E+W
(a)by section 73 of that Act for the application of capital money, and
(b)by section 71 of that Act as purposes for which money may be raised by mortgage,
shall include the payment of compensation [F1by the landlord on the termination of a new lease granted under Chapter II or section 93(4) (whether the payment is made in pursuance of an order under section 61 or in pursuance of an agreement made in conformity with paragraph 5 of Schedule 14 without an application having been made under that section)].
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