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[10AF2Expenses of owners not in occupation.E+W

Where, in consequence of any compulsory acquisition of land—

(a)the acquiring authority acquire an interest of a person who is not then in occupation of the land; and

(b)that person incurs incidental charges or expenses in acquiring, within the period of one year beginning with the date of entry, an interest in other land in the United Kingdom,

the charges or expenses shall be taken into account in assessing his compensation as they would be taken into account if he were in occupation of the land.]

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11 Land of statutory undertakers. E+W

In relation to compulsory acquisitions of interest in land which has been acquired by statutory undertakers (within the meaning of [F3the Town and Country Planning Act 1971]) for the purposes of their undertaking, the provisions of this Act shall have effect subject to the provisions of subsection (5) of section forty-five of that Act (which makes special provision as to the compensation payable in respect of certain acquisitions of land so acquired).

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12 Outstanding right to compensation for refusal etc. of planning permission. E+W

(1)Where, in the case of any compulsory acquisition, a planning decision or order has been made before the service of the notice to treat, and in consequence of the decision or order any person is entitled (subject to the making and determination of a claim in accordance with the relevant provisions, and to the effect of any direction by the Minister under section twenty-three or section forty-five of the M1Town and Country Planning Act 1954) to compensation for depreciation of the value of an interest in land which consists of or includes the whole or part of the relevant land, then if—

(a)no notice stating that the compensation has become payable has been registered before the date of service of the notice to treat (whether or not a claim for compensation has been made); but

(b)such a notice is registered on or after that date;

the compensation payable in respect of the compulsory acquisition shall be assessed as if the said notice had been registered before the date of service of the notice to treat and had remained on the register of local land charges on that date.

(2)In this section any reference to compensation for depreciation of the value of an interest in land is a reference to compensation payable either—

(a)under Part II or Part V of the M2Town and Country Planning Act 1954, in respect of depreciation of the value of that interest, or

(b)under subsection (1) of section twenty-two of the M3Town and Country Planning Act 1947, in respect of loss or damage consisting of depreciation of the value of that interest;

any reference to registration is a reference to registration in the register of local land charges under subsection (5) of section twenty-eight of the Act of 1954, or under the provisions of that subsection as applied by section thirty-nine or section forty-six of that Act; and “the relevant provisions”, in relation to compensation under the said Part II or the said Part V, means the provisions of the said Part II, or those provisions as applied by the said Part V, and, in relation to compensation under the said subsection (1), means the provisions of regulations made under the said Act of 1947 with respect to claims for compensation under that subsection.

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C3References to Town and Country Planning Act 1954 (c. 72), ss. 23, 28(5) and 39 and Pts. II and V to be construed as references to Town and Country Planning Act 1971 (c. 78), ss. 36, 158(5) and 166 and Pt. VIII: ibid., Sch. 24 Pts. I, VII

C4S. 12 applied (with modifications) (30.10.1994) by S.I. 1994/2716, reg. 97

C5Reference to Town and Country Planning Act 1947 (c. 51), s. 22(1) to be construed as reference to Town and Country Planning Act 1971 (c. 78), s. 166: ibid., Sch. 24 para. 2

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