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(1)This section applies where an order is made under section 71.
(2)On the application of the local authority specified in the order or the landlord of the relevant house which is subject to the order, the sheriff may, if satisfied that—
(a)the landlord has taken the action specified in the antisocial behaviour notice; or
(b)having regard to all the circumstances relating to the relevant house, it would be unreasonable for the order to continue to have effect,
revoke or, for such period as may be specified, suspend the order.
(3)The revocation or suspension of an order under subsection (2) shall not operate so as to make a person liable to pay any rent or other consideration in respect of the period during which the order was in force.
(4)Where an order is revoked or suspended under subsection (2), the local authority shall give a copy of the order revoking or, as the case may be, suspending the order to the persons mentioned in section 71(4).
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