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(1)The undertakers may affix brackets, cables, wires and other apparatus required in connection with the LRT system to any building or structure: and for that purpose the provisions of subsections (2), (4) to (6), (8) and (9) of section 45 of the [1961 c. 64.] Public Health Act 1961 (affixing apparatus to buildings for street lighting) shall apply as if—
(a)the attachments therein mentioned included any such apparatus; and
(b)for the reference to the street lighting authority there were substituted reference to the undertakers.
(2)For the purpose of the provisions of the said section 45 applied by subsection (1) above, consent to the affixing of attachments to a building under subsection (2) of that section shall be deemed to have been withheld if no such consent is received by the undertakers before the expiration of the period of 56 days beginning on the date on which the undertakers serve on the owner of the building, in accordance with section 285 of the [1936 c. 49.] Public Health Act 1936, notice of an application for such consent.
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