Where an order has been made for the compulsory acquisition1 of any land2 for allotments3, notice to treat must be served within three calendar months after the date of the order, or the date of the confirmation of the order, failing which the order, so far as relating to the land in respect of which notice to treat has not been served, will become null and void4; and no further order authorising the compulsory acquisition of that land or any part of it, if made within three years after the expiration of those three calendar months, will be valid
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