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(1)The provisions of Part I of this Act, and of the First, Second, Third and Sixth Schedules thereto, apply in relation to the acquisition of interests in land (whether compulsorily or by agreement) by government departments, being public authorities possessing compulsory purchase powers, as they apply in relation to the acquisition of interests in land by such authorities which are not government departments; and any reference in this Act to a compulsory acquisition to which section one of this Act applies, or to a sale of an interest in land by agreement in circumstances corresponding to such an acquisition, shall be construed accordingly.
(2)The provisions of sections thirty-six and thirty-seven of this Act shall apply in relation to any application for planning permission relating to Crown land as they apply in relation to applications for planning permission relating to any other land.
(3)The rights conferred by Part IV of this Act shall be exercisable by a person who (within the meaning of that Part of this Act) is an owner-occupier of a hereditament or agricultural unit which is Crown land, or is a resident owner-occupier of a hereditament which is Crown land, in the same way as they are exercisable in respect of a hereditament or agricultural unit which is not Crown land, and the provisions of Part IV of this Act, and of the Fifth Schedule to this Act, shall apply accordingly.
(4)In so far as any power conferred by section six of the Town Development Act, 1952, is exercisable in respect of Crown land, that power as extended by section forty-six of this Act shall be exercisable in respect of Crown land to the like extent.
(5)Paragraph 2 of the Sixth Schedule to this Act shall apply in relation to an interest in land which is a Duchy interest as it applies in relation to an interest in land which is a private interest.
(6)In this section " Crown land " has the same meaning as in section eighty-seven of the Act of 1947, and " Duchy interest" and " private interest" have the same meanings as in section sixty-one of the Act of 1954.
(7)In the application of this section to Scotland, for any reference to section six of the Town Development Act, 1952, there shall be substituted a reference to section thirteen of the Housing and Town Development (Scotland) Act, 1957, for any reference to section forty-six of this Act there shall be substituted a reference to section forty-seven of this Act, for any reference to section eighty-seven of the Act of 1947 there shall be substituted a reference to section eighty-three of the Scottish Act of 1947, and for any reference to the Act of 1954 there shall be substituted a reference to the Scottish Act of 1954.
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