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(1)On the application of—
(a)the local authority specified in a management control order (“the local authority”); or
(b)the person who, immediately before the order was made, was the landlord of the relevant house to which the order relates (“the landlord”),
the sheriff may, if satisfied that subsection (2) or (3) applies, revoke the management control order.
(2)This subsection applies if—
(a)the local authority; or
has taken the action specified in the antisocial behaviour notice.
(3)This subsection applies if, having regard to all the circumstances relating to the relevant house, it would be unreasonable for the order to continue to have effect.
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