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(1)The provisions of this section shall have effect as regards the operation of this Part of this Act on tenancies (including subtenancies) of ecclesiastical property, that is to say, property belonging to a capitular body within the meaning of the M1Cathedrals Measure 1963 or belonging to [F1a diocesan board of finance as diocesan glebe land]; and in this section “ecclesiastical landlord” means the capitular body or [F1diocesan board of finance] having an interest as landlord in ecclesiastical property.
(2)In relation to an interest of an ecclesiastical landlord, the consent of the Church Commissioners shall be required to sanction—
(a)the provisions to be contained in a conveyance in accordance with section 10 above, or in a lease granting a new tenancy under section 14, and the price or rent payable, except as regards matters determined by the court [F2a leasehold valuation tribunal] or the Lands Tribunal;
(b)any exercise of the ecclesiastical landlord’s rights under section 17 above, except as aforesaid, and any agreement for the payment of compensation to a tenant in accordance with that section without an application thereunder;
(c)any grant of a tenancy in satisfaction of the right to an extended lease under this Part of this Act;
and the Church Commissioners shall be entitled to appear and be heard in any proceedings under this Part of this Act to which an ecclesiastical landlord is a party or in which he is entitled to appear and be heard.
(3)Where the ecclesiastical property forms part of the endowment of a cathedral church, any sum received by the capitular body by way of the price payable for the property under section 9 above, or by way of compensation under any provision of this Part of this Act providing for compensation to be recovered by or awarded to a landlord, shall be treated as part of that endowment; and the powers conferred by sections 21 and 23 of the M2Cathedrals Measure 1963 in relation to the investment in the acquisition of land of moneys forming part of the endowment of a cathedral church shall extend to the application of any such moneys in the payment of compensation in accordance with section 17 above (whether possession is obtained under that section or without an application thereunder).
(4)In the case of ecclesiastical property belonging to [F3a diocesan board of finance]—
(a)no consent or concurrence other than that of the Church Commissioners under subsection (2) above shall be required to a disposition under this Part of this Act of the [F4interest of the diocesan board of finance] (including a grant of a tenancy in satisfaction of the right to an extended lease);
(b). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F5
(c)any sum receivable by the [F6diocesan board of finance] by way of the price payable for the property under section 9 above, or of any such compensation as is mentioned in subsection (3) above, shall be paid to the Church Commissioners to be applied for purposes for which the proceeds of a sale by agreement of the property would be applicable under any enactment or Measure authorising such a sale or disposing of the proceeds of such a sale, and any sum required for the payment of compensation as mentioned in subsection (3) above may be paid by the Church Commissioners on behalf of the incumbent out of any moneys in their hands;
(d). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F7
[F8(5)In this section “diocesan board of finance” and “diocesan glebe land” have the same meaning as in the Endowments and Glebe Measure 1976.]
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