8 Duty of Treasury to have regard to present and future interests.E+W+S+N.I.
The Treasury, in considering—
(a)whether to give—
(i)a sanction or approval under section 11 of the M1Duchy of Cornwall Management Act 1863 (sales etc.) or section 2 of the M2Duchy of Cornwall Management Act 1868 (improvement of house property etc.);
(ii)an authorisation under section 3 above;
(iii)a notification under section 4 above; or
(iv)an authorisation under section 7 above;
(b)to what conditions or restrictions if any,—
(i)a sanction or approval under the enactments mentioned in sub-paragraph (i) of paragraph (a) above; or
(ii)an authorisation under the enactments mentioned in sub-paragraphs (ii) and (iv) of that paragraph,
should be subject,
shall have regard to the interests of both present and future Dukes of Cornwall or possessors of the Duchy.
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