Where a landlord or other person entitled to possession proposes to resume possession of land let to a local authority or association for allotment gardens, or occupied by a council under its powers to enter on unoccupied land for the purpose of providing allotment gardens1, he must in general give written notice to the local authority or association of the purpose for which resumption is required; and the local authority or association may serve a counter-notice requiring that the question whether resumption of possession is required in good faith for that
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