Although it has not been permitted since 1 August 1970 for land to be sold by a council as a cottage holding1 this does not mean that cottage holdings land2 cannot be sold; any such sale must, however, be for some purpose other than the use of the land for cottage holdings.
Where any cottage holdings land is sold, exchanged or appropriated for other purposes by a council3 to which contributions are payable in respect of cottage holdings land4, the council must forthwith after completion of the sale, exchange or appropriation furnish
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