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3. After Article 4 (compensation for damage to agricultural buildings and property) of the Criminal Damage (Compensation)(Northern Ireland) Order 1977 (NI 14) there shall be inserted the following Article—
4A.—(1) Where damage has been unlawfully, maliciously or wantonly caused to any building to which this Article applies, the Secretary of State shall, subject to the provisions of this Order, pay compensation to any person having an estate or interest in that building who suffers loss from that damage.
(2) This Article applies only in respect of damage caused as a result of an act committed after the date on which Article 3 of the Criminal Damage (Compensation) (Amendment) (Northern Ireland) Order 2009 comes into operation.
(3) This Article applies to any building constituting or forming part of a hereditament which is distinguished in a valuation list maintained under Article 40(1) of the Rates (Northern Ireland) Order 1977 (NI 28) as exempt to any extent by virtue of Article 41(2)(e) of that Order, or as exempt by virtue of Article 41A of that Order, and which either—
(a)is shown in the list as being so distinguished at the time when the act causing the damage is committed, and does not cease to be so distinguished by alteration of the list in consequence of an application pursuant to Article 49(1) of that Order served on the district valuer before that time; or
(b)is shown in the list as being so distinguished by subsequent alteration of the list in consequence of such an application served on the district valuer before that time.”.
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