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(1)The Minister may authorise the council of a receiving district or a participating authority to appropriate for purposes for which land can be acquired under section thirty-eight or forty of the M1Town and Country Planning Act, 1947, land held by them for a purpose which is to be effected in the course of town development within the meaning of this Act, if he is satisfied that the land will after the appropriation be used or disposed of for that purpose.
(2)Subsections (2) and (3) of section one hundred and sixty-three of the M2Local Government Act, 1933, shall have effect in relation to an appropriation made pursuant to an authorisation under this section.
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