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Housing (No. 2) Act (Northern Ireland) 1946

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F1[7Statutory conditions affecting houses in respect of which grants are paid.N.I.

(1)Where a grant is paid by a [F2 district council] under this Part of this Act in respect of any house the following conditions (in this Part of this Act referred to as “the statutory conditions”) shall, until the expiration of the period of five years next after the date of the payment of the grant, apply in relation to such house:—

Para.(a) rep. by 1954 c.13 (NI)

(b)the house shall not be amalgamated with any other house or houses so that such houses together form a single house; and

(c)F3the house shall not be so enlarged, altered or structurally modified as to exceed in superficial area one thousand and fifty square feet.

(2)The statutory conditions shall be included amongst the matters which are required to be registered in the Statutory Charges Register …F4]

Subs.(3)(4) rep. by 1954 c.13 (NI)

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F11951 c.13 (NI), 1981 NI 3

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