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(a)because of its poor condition a tenement building has been entirely unoccupied by any owner or person authorised by an owner for a period of more than six months; and
(b)it is unlikely that any such owner or other person will occupy any part of the tenement building,
any owner shall be entitled to apply for power to sell the tenement building in accordance with schedule 3.
(2)Subsections (4) and (5) of section 22 of this Act shall apply as respects a sale in pursuance of subsection (1) above as those subsections apply as respects a sale in pursuance of subsection (3) of that section.
(3)In this section any reference to a tenement building includes a reference to its solum and any land pertaining, as a means of access, to the tenement building.
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