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Where in the opinion of the appropriate Minister any work described in an approved hill farming land improvement scheme has been badly done, or has been or is being unreasonably delayed, or is unlikely to be completed (otherwise than in consequence of a revocation or variation of the scheme under either of the two last preceding sections)—
(a)if it appears to him that in consequence thereof the improvements, so far as they are likely to be carried out, will not provide adequately for the rehabilitation of the land, or that the cost of the work described in the scheme so far as remaining to be done will be unreasonably high in relation to the benefit to be derived therefrom, he may revoke the scheme ;
(b)if it appears to him that the position would be as mentioned in the preceding paragraph in the absence of a variation of the scheme, but can be rectified by specifying a different person as the person responsible for doing any work or by further or other variation of the scheme, he may vary the scheme accordingly';
(c)whether he acts under either of the preceding paragraphs or not, he may recover any payment made as an improvement grant or part of an improvement grant in respect of the cost of the work badly done or delayed or unlikely to be completed, and may recover any payment so made in respect of the cost of other work done in accordance with the approved scheme if it appears to him that in the circumstances that work will not contribute to providing adequately for the rehabilitation of the land or that the cost thereof is excessive in relation to the benefit that will be derived therefrom.
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