A Rural Development Board1 may exercise its powers to acquire, hold and dispose of land2 in such a way as to effect amalgamations of agricultural land3 and to reshape agricultural units4. A board may enter into transactions involving loss, including amalgamating holdings of land in a way which renders less valuable, or useless, any buildings or equipment on any of the land, allowing the occupier of an uncommercial unit5 to retain occupation of a dwelling house on the land when the remainder of the unit is acquired by the board for the purposes of amalgamation, and selling land subject
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