2The following sections of the Lands Clauses Consolidation (Scotland) Act, M11845, shall be excepted from incorporation as aforesaid, that is to say—S
(a)sections one hundred and twenty to one hundred and twenty-five (which relate to the sale of superfluous land);
(b)in the case of a purchase under the Housing (Scotland) Acts, 1925 to 1935, and in any other case in which the compulsory purchase order so provides, section one hundred and twenty-seven (which relates to promoters making good deficiencies in land tax and rates); and
(c)sections one hundred and forty-two and one hundred and forty-three (which relate to access to the special Act).
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