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(1)Where a council in pursuance of the powers conferred by section forty-four of the principal Act have given notice to the landlord of land compulsorily hired by them to renew the tenancy, it shall be lawful for the council to withdraw the notice at any time not less than three months before the expiration of the tenancy if it appears to the council that the rent assessed in pursuance of the said section is such as will involve loss to the council, but in any such case the landlord shall be entitled to obtain from the council compensation for any loss or expenses which he may have sustained or incurred by reason or in consequence of the notice to renew and of the notice to withdraw, such compensation to be determined in like manner as the compensation for withdrawal of notice to treat under subsection (8) of section thirty-nine of the principal Act.
(2)A notice to resume possession of the whole or part of land hired by a council compulsorily for small holdings or allotments given under section forty-six of the principal Act shall not be valid if given before it has been shown to the satisfaction of the Minister that the land, possession of which is proposed to be resumed, is required for such a purpose as is mentioned in that section, and where an applicant has failed to satisfy the Minister that any land is required for such a purpose, any further application to the Minister with a view to the resumption of possession of the same land or any part of it for the same purpose shall not be entertained if made within two years after the previous application.
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