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(1)An overcrowding statutory notice—
(a)has effect from, and
(b)expires 5 years (or such shorter period of not less than one year as may be specified in the notice) after,
the latest of the dates set out in subsection (2).
(2)Those dates are—
(a)the last date on which the notice may be appealed to the sheriff under section 23,
(b)where such an appeal is made, the date on which—
(i)an order is made under section 23(4), or
(ii)the application is abandoned, and
(c)any later date as may be specified in the notice.
(3)An overcrowding statutory notice ceases to have effect in relation to a person if that person ceases to be the landlord of the house.
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