672. Entry on land compulsorily purchased for allotments.

A district, parish, or London borough council, or, in Wales, a community, county or county borough council1 which has agreed2 to purchase land3 compulsorily for the provision of allotments may in general enter on and take possession of the land in accordance with the provisions of the Compulsory Purchase Act 19654. Where, however, a council has agreed to purchase land compulsorily subject to the interest of a yearly tenant5 it may, at any time after such agreement has been made and after giving not less than 14 days' notice to the person in possession, enter on and take possession

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