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Diplomatic and Consular Premises Act 1987

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART I DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR PREMISES

    1. 1. Acquisition and loss by land of diplomatic or consular status.

    2. 2. Vesting of former diplomatic or consular premises.

    3. 3. Duty of sale.

    4. 4. Provisions supplementary to sections 2 and 3.

    5. 5. Interpretation of Part I.

  3. PART II AMENDMENTS OF DIPLOMATIC PRIVILEGES ACT 1964, CONSULAR RELATIONS ACT 1968, AND CRIMINAL LAW ACT 1977

    1. 6. Amendments of 1964 and 1968 Acts.

    2. 7. Amendments of 1977 Act.

  4. PART III SUPPLEMENTARY

    1. 8. Financial provision.

    2. 9. Short title, commencement and extent.

  5. SCHEDULES

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      PROVISIONS SUPPLEMENTARY TO SECTIONS 2 AND 3

      1. PART I ENGLAND AND WALES

        1. Interpretation

          1. 1.In this Part of this Schedule— “ registered land ”...

        2. General

          1. 2.(1) If the Secretary of State gives notice to the...

          2. 3.A deed poll under section 2 above shall have effect...

          3. 4.Where— (a) a term of years has vested in the...

        3. Registered land

          1. 5.(1) If an estate which the Secretary of State proposes...

        4. Unregistered land

          1. 6.A conveyance by the Secretary of State under this Act...

          2. 7.(1) Where by virtue of paragraph 6 above land is...

          3. 8.Where, after land has become vested in the Secretary of...

      2. PART II SCOTLAND

        1. 9.In this Part of this Schedule “order” means an order...

        2. 10.An order shall contain a particular description of the lands...

        3. 11.On the date on which an order is made, the...

        4. 12.(1) Where the Secretary of State has effected a sale...

        5. 13.Where a lease has vested in the Secretary of State...

        6. 14.Where, after land has become vested in the Secretary of...

        7. 15.After an order has been made it may be recorded...

      3. PART III NORTHERN IRELAND

        1. Interpretation

          1. 16.In this Part of this Schedule— “estate” includes interest; “registered...

        2. General

          1. 17.(1) Where— (a) a tenancy has vested in the Secretary...

          2. 18.A deed poll under section 2 above shall have effect...

        3. Registered land

          1. 19.(1) If an estate which the Secretary of State proposes...

        4. Unregistered land

          1. 20.A conveyance by the Secretary of State under this Act...

          2. 21.Where, after land has become vested in the Secretary of...

          3. 22.(1) Where by virtue of paragraph 20 above land is...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      AMENDMENTS OF 1964 AND 1968 ACTS

      1. 1.The following shall be inserted at the end of Schedule...

      2. 2.Schedule 1 to the 1968 Act shall have effect subject...

      3. 3.The following shall be inserted after the heading “CHAPTER 1....

      4. 4.The following shall be inserted after Article 17— SECTION II....

      5. 5.The following paragraph shall be inserted after paragraph 2 of...

      6. 6.The following shall be inserted after Article 58— ARTICLE 59...

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