(2)If a compulsory purchase order has been made for the purpose of enabling the landlord to demolish the dwelling-house in respect of which he has served an initial demolition notice (whether or not it would enable him to demolish any other premises as well) and—
(a)a relevant decision within sub-paragraph (3)(a) becomes effective while the notice is in force, or
(b)a relevant decision within sub-paragraph (3)(b) becomes final while the notice is in force,
the notice ceases to be in force as from the date when the decision becomes effective or final.
(3)A “relevant decision”is—
(a)a decision under Part 2 of the Acquisition of Land Act 1981 to confirm the order with modifications, or not to confirm the whole or part of the order, or
(b)a decision of the High Court to quash the whole or part of the order under section 24 of that Act,
where the effect of the decision is that the landlord will not be able, by virtue of that order, to carry out the demolition of the dwelling-house.
(4)A relevant decision within sub-paragraph (3)(a) becomes effective—
(a)at the end of the period of 16 weeks beginning with the date of the decision, if no application for judicial review is made in respect of the decision within that period, or
(b)if such an application is so made, at the time when—
(i)a decision on the application which upholds the relevant decision becomes final, or
(ii)the application is abandoned or otherwise ceases to have effect.
(5)A relevant decision within sub-paragraph (3)(b), or a decision within sub-paragraph (4)(b), becomes final—
(a)if not appealed against, at the end of the period for bringing an appeal, or
(b)if appealed against, at the time when the appeal (or any further appeal) is disposed of.
(6)An appeal is disposed of—
(a)if it is determined and the period for bringing any further appeal has ended, or
(b)if it is abandoned or otherwise ceases to have effect.
(7)Where an initial demolition notice ceases to be in force under sub-paragraph (2), the landlord must, as soon as is reasonably practicable, serve a notice on the tenant which informs him—
(a)that the notice has ceased to be in force as from the date in question, and
(b)of the reason why it has ceased to be in force.
(8)If, while an initial demolition notice is in force in respect of a dwelling-house, a final demolition notice comes into force under paragraph 13 of Schedule 5 in respect of that dwelling-house, the initial demolition notice ceases to be in force as from the date when the final demolition notice comes into force.
(9)In such a case the final demolition notice must state that it is replacing the initial demolition notice.]
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