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This is a draft item of legislation. This draft has since been made as a UK Statutory Instrument: The London Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (Advertising and Trading) (England) Regulations 2011 No. 2898
19.—(1) A person whose property is damaged in the course of the exercise or purported exercise of a power under section 22 or 28 of the Act is entitled to compensation from the relevant authority in accordance with this Part.
(2) But a person who, in the reasonable belief of the relevant authority, is responsible for a contravention of these Regulations is not entitled to compensation.
(3) The amount of compensation payable is the total of—
(a)the cost of repairing the property to its previous condition (or, in the case of property which is impossible or not commercially worthwhile to repair, the cost of replacing the property), and
(b)any other loss which was a direct result of the damage to the property.
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