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Land Acquisition and Compensation (Northern Ireland) Order 1973

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Expenses of persons moving temporarily during construction works etc.N.I.

Power to pay expenses of persons moving temporarily during construction works etc.N.I.

29.—(1) This Article has effect where works are carried out—

Sub‐para. (a) rep. by 1993 NI 15

(b)by a responsible authority for the construction or alteration of any public works other than a road,

and the carrying out of those works affects the enjoyment of a dwelling adjacent to the site on which they are being carried out to such an extent that continued occupation of the dwelling is not reasonably practicable.

(2) Subject to paragraph (3), theF1. . . responsible authority,F1. . . , may pay any reasonable expenses incurred by the occupier of the dwelling in providing suitable alternative residential accommodation for himself and members of his household for the whole or any part of the period during which the works are being carried out.

(3) No payment shall be made to any person under this Article in respect of any expenses except in pursuance of an agreement made between that person and the authority concerned before the expenses are incurred; and no payment shall be so made except in respect of the amount by which the expenses exceed those which that person would have incurred if the dwelling had continued to be occupied.

(4) In this Article “public works” and “responsible authority” have the same meaning as in Article 4.

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