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36In section 66 (power to enable demand to remedy breach to be modified)—
(a)in subsection (1)—
(i)for the word “arbitration” there is substituted “the Land Court”; and
(ii)for the word “arbiter” in each place where it appears there is substituted “Land Court”;
(b)in subsection (2)—
(i)for the words “an arbiter” there is substituted “the Land Court”; and
(ii)the words “the arbiter or” and “by the arbiter” are repealed;
(c)after subsection (2) there is inserted—
“(2A)Where, by virtue of section 61(1) of this Act, an arbiter specifies under subsection (1)(a) above a period within which a breach should be remedied or the period for remedying a breach is extended by virtue of subsection (4) below, the Land Court may, on the application of the arbiter or the landlord, specify a date for the termination of the tenancy by notice to quit in the event of the tenant’s failure to remedy the breach within that period, being a date not earlier than whichever of the two dates referred to in subsection (2) above is the later.”;
(d)in subsection (3)—
(i)after the word “(2)” there is inserted “or (2A)”; and
(ii)for the word “arbiter” there is substituted “Land Court”; and
(e)in subsection (4)—
(i)for the word “arbiter” in the first, third and fourth places where it appears there is in each case substituted “Land Court”;
(ii)for the words “arbiter on an arbitration required by notice” there is substituted “Land Court in a determination required”;
(iii)for the words “his award” there is substituted “its determination”;
(iv)for the word “award” in the second place where it appears there is substituted “determination”; and
(v)for the word “he” there is substituted “it”.
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