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Where a person (“the claimant”) purports duly to serve notice under section 35(3) of this Act and the person on whom it is served, being a person who had right, before the time of the breach (or, as the case may be, occurrence) founded on by the claimant, to the dominium utile (or the ownership) of the land, is not the owner, that person shall forthwith disclose to the claimant—
(a)the identity and address of the owner; or
(b)(if he cannot do that) such other information as he has that might enable the claimant to discover the identity and address;
and the notice shall refer to that requirement for disclosure.
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