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(1)The Minister may manage, farm, sell, let or otherwise deal with or dispose of land acquired by him—
(a)in such manner as appears to him expedient for the purpose for which the land was acquired; or
(b)if he is satisfied that the land ought to be devoted to some other purpose, in such manner as appears to him expedient therefor:
(i)the Minister shall not sell land acquired by him except where it appears to him that, having regard t o the use proposed to be made of the land, it is expedient that it should be sold by him;
(ii)this section shall have effect subject to any restrictions imposed by or under any enactment on the powers of the Minister.
(2)The powers of management conferred on the Minister by subsection (1) of this section shall include power to provide such facilities for the welfare of tenants of, or other persons employed in agriculture on, land managed by him as the Minister thinks expedient.
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