At the time of the creation of the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')1, property in a certain number of aerodromes and other undertakings2 was vested in the CAA, together with the rights and liabilities that this vesting implied3. The CAA may, with the authorisation of the Secretary of State4 and for any purposes connected with the performance of its functions, acquire land compulsorily5. It may also acquire land by agreement6. Any land vested in the CAA7 is deemed for all purposes to have been acquired by the CAA for the purposes of its undertakings
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