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2On the expiry of the period so specified the [F1local authority] may make a summary application to the sheriff for a warrant for the ejection of any such occupants who have not removed from the building or any part thereof, and the sheriff, after the service of such additional notice (if any) as he may require and on production of a certificate under the hand of the [F2the proper officer of the authority (within the meaning of section 235(3) of the M1Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973)] bearing that the building is a source of immediate danger, or that an order has been made under section thirteen of this Act requiring the building to be demolished, shall grant warrant for ejection within such period, not being more than seven days from the date of presentation of the said application or, in the case where the sheriff has required additional notice, seven days from the date of service of that additional notice.S
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