If it appears to a local authority1 that in the case of a building:
(1) satisfactory provision has not been, and ought to be, made for drainage2;
(2) a cesspool3, private sewer4, drain5, soil pipe, rain water pipe, spout, sink or other necessary appliance provided for the building is insufficient or, in the case of a private sewer or drain communicating directly or indirectly with a public sewer6, is so defective as to admit subsoil water7;
(3) a cesspool or other such work or appliance mentioned in head (2) above provided for the building is in such a condition
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