75 Supplementary provisions as to transfer orders.E+W
(1)In this section a “transfer order” means an order under any of subsections (1) to (3) of section 74 above and, in relation to a transfer order, “ ” means the local housing authority or other local authority from whom local authority housing or other land or property is or is to be transferred by the order.
(2)Before making a transfer order, the Secretary of State shall consult the transferor authority with respect to—
(a)the local authority housing or other land or property which it is proposed should be transferred by the order; and
(b)the terms of the proposed transfer.
(3)Before making a transfer order with respect to any local authority housing or other land, the Secretary of State shall take such steps as appear to him to be appropriate to bring the proposed transfer to the attention of any secure tenant [F1or introductory tenant] or other person (other than a local authority) having an interest in the property proposed to be transferred as lessor, lessee, mortgagor or mortgagee.
(4)In connection with any transfer made by it, a transfer order may contain such incidental, consequential, transitional or supplementary provisions as appear to the Secretary of State to be necessary or expedient and, in particular, may—
(a)apply, with or without modification, any provision made by or under any enactment; and
(b)modify the operation of any provision made by or under any enactment.
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