No claim for a breach of the duty to provide dwellings fit for human habitation1 may be brought by any person who has or who acquires an interest in a dwelling provided or sold or let for habitation under an approved scheme2, provided that it is stated in a document of an approved type3 that the requirements as to design or construction imposed by or under the scheme have been, or appear to have been, substantially complied with4.
Where an interest in a dwelling is compulsorily acquired
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