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The Road Traffic Regulation (Northern Ireland) Order 1997


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Traffic signs for indicating speed restrictions

41.—(1) For the purpose of securing that adequate guidance is given to drivers of motor vehicles as to whether any, and if so what, limit of speed is to be observed on any road, the Department shall erect and maintain traffic signs in such positions as may be requisite for that purpose.

(2) For the purpose mentioned in paragraph (1), the Department may enter and erect and maintain traffic signs on a road which is not a public road; and the Department shall pay compensation in respect of any damage done in the exercise of its functions under this paragraph.

(3) Any question of disputed compensation under paragraph (2) shall be referred to and determined by the Lands Tribunal.

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