Because a cottage holding let by a council1 is generally held subject to the same conditions under which it would be held if it were sold2, and because these conditions are consistent only with the use of the land as a cottage holding, land used for cottage holdings cannot be let for any purpose, although a council may appropriate the land for some purpose other than cottage holdings3, and then let the land.
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