So long as an initial notice continues in force1, the function2 of enforcing building regulations3 that is conferred on a local authority4 is not exercisable in relation to the work to which the notice relates, and accordingly a local authority may not give a notice to remove or alter work contravening building regulations5 in relation to that work6, and it may not institute proceedings7 for a contravention8 of building regulations that arises out of the carrying out of that work9.
In relation to the removal or alteration of work contravening building regulations10 and in relation to securing payment of the
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