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6A compulsory purchase order made by the Secretary of State and the appropriate Minister in pursuance of section 13(1)(b) above—
(a)shall be in such form as they may determine ; and
(b)shall describe by reference to a map the land to which the order relates.
7Where the Secretary of State and the appropriate Minister propose to make such an order they shall prepare a draft of it, and then shall as soon as may be serve on every owner, lessee and occupier of any land to which the draft relates a notice in such form as they may determine—
(a)describing the land ;
(b)stating that the making of the order is proposed ;
(c)naming a place where a copy of the draft and of the map referred to in the draft may be seen at any reasonable hour; and
(d)specifying the time (not being less than 28 days from the service of the notice) within which, and the manner in which, objections to the proposal may be made.
8Paragraphs 3 and 5 above have effect in relation to such an order—
(a)with the substitution, for references to an application and to the making of a compulsory purchase order upon it, of references to such an order as prepared in draft and to the making of such an order, and
(b)with the omission of the references in paragraph 3(2) to the acquiring authority.
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