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Land Acquisition and Compensation (Northern Ireland) Order 1973

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Duty to rehouse certain caravan dwellersN.I.

41.—(1) Article 40 shall, so far as applicable, have effect in relation to a person residing in a caravan on a caravan site who is displaced from that site as it has effect in relation to a person displaced from residential accommodation on any land but shall so have effect subject to the following modifications.

(2) Article 40(1) shall have effect—

(a)as if for the words preceding sub-paragraph ( a) there were substituted the words “Where a person residing in a caravan on a caravan site is displaced from that site in consequence of”; and

(b)as if for the words following sub-paragraph ( c) there were substituted the words “and neither suitable residential accommodation nor a suitable alternative site for stationing a caravan is available to that person on reasonable terms, then, subject to the provisions of this Article, it shall be the duty of the Housing Executive to secure that he will be provided with suitable residential accommodation”.

(3) Article 40(4) shall have effect as if in the words preceding sub-paragraph ( a) for the words “unless he was residing in the accommodation in question” there were substituted the words “unless he was residing in a caravan on the caravan site in question”.

(4) Article 40 shall have effect as if in any provision not modified as aforesaid for any reference to land there were substituted a reference to a caravan site.

(5) In this Article “caravan site” has the meaning assigned to it by Article 33(7).

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