Although largely obsolete in practice, a number of statutory provisions deriving from wartime emergency legislation remain on the statute book which confer power on central government and certain local authorities to purchase or lease land for naval, military or air force purposes or for the service of any visiting force or headquarters and to pay compensation for the requisition of land and infrastructure and for the doing of work on land1.
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