48 Saving for transactions before commencement of Act.S
This Act (including the amendments and repeals made by it) shall not have effect in relation to any compulsory acquisition in pursuance of a notice to treat served before the commencement of this Act . . . F1; nor in relation to any sale of an interest in land by agreement in pursuance of a contract made before the commencement of this Act.
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