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Local Government Act (Northern Ireland) 1934

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11(1)[F1 Where any question of disputed compensation arises, the local authority shall, as soon as practicable thereafter,] cause to be made out, and to be signed by their clerk or some other principal officer appointed by them maps and schedules of any lands to which the vesting order relates and lands injuriously affected by the works proposed to be carried out by the local authority (in this Schedule referred to as “the scheduled lands” ), together with the names, so far as the same can be reasonably ascertained, of all persons who immediately prior to the making of the vesting order were interested in such lands as owners or reputed owners, lessees or reputed lessees, or occupiers.N.I.

(2)The maps made by the local authority shall be upon such scale and be framed in such manner as is hereinafter set forth, that is to say—

(a)The maps shall be upon a scale of not less than one inch to every two hundred and twenty feet, and unless the whole of such maps shall be upon a scale of not less than one inch to every hundred feet an enlarged plan shall be added of any building, yard or garden upon a scale of not less than one inch to every hundred feet;

(b)Each field, enclosure, road, passage, house or building to which the vesting order relates, whether wholly or in part, shall be clearly shown on the maps, with the fences of the lands abutting thereon accurately indicated, and with the areas acquired marked in acres, roods, and perches, statute measure, and clearly defined by boundaries;

(c)Each separate parcel of land or property of any kind shall be indicated and marked on the maps by a distinctive number corresponding to a number assigned to such property in the schedule of the scheduled lands;

(d)The maps shall show the names of the townlands, electoral divisions, county districts and counties in which the scheduled lands are situated, and all townland boundaries so far as they intersect or closely adjoin the scheduled lands;

(e)The scale of each map shall be clearly marked thereon and the points of the compass and a portion of any closely adjoining street or road shown, with the name thereof, or with words indicating the towns or villages to or from which the street or road leads.

(3)The local authority shall deposit such maps and schedules [F1 with the appropriate officer of the Lands Tribunal] and shall deposit and keep copies of such maps and schedules at the office of the local authority [F2 and the local authority shall publish once in each of three successive weeks a notice stating that such documents have been deposited and the times and place at which copies of them may be inspected by any person desiring to inspect them.]

Para. 12 rep. by 1964 c. 29 (NI)

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