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Harbours Act (Northern Ireland) 1970

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6N.I.Where an application is made to the Ministry for a vesting order in respect of a lesser estate than a fee simple or the Ministry makes such an order, section 22(2) of and Schedule 2 to the said Act of 1934 shall have effect with such modifications as may be necessary to enable that estate to be acquired by means of the vesting order and to enable compensation in respect thereof to be duly paid or discharged and shall have effect as if for the first paragraph of paragraph 6 of that Schedule there were substituted the following:—

6A vesting order shall operate, without further assurance, to vest in the harbour authority, as from the date on which the vesting order becomes operative (in this Schedule referred to as “the date of vesting” ) all such estates in, to or over the land to which the order relates as are specified in the order, freed and discharged from all the estates of any other person whomsoever therein except as is specified in the order, and the rights and claims of any such other person in respect of the estate so vested, shall as from the date of vesting, be transferred and attached to the extent to which compensation may be payable in accordance with this Schedule to the rate or funds of the harbour authority out of which the expenses of the authority in acquiring the land are to be defrayed (in this Schedule referred to as “the compensation fund” ) and shall be discharged by payments made out of the compensation fund..

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