If it appears to a local authority1 that:
(1) a building is without sufficient closet2 accommodation3;
(2) a part of a building, being a part that is occupied as a separate dwelling, is without sufficient closet accommodation4; or
(3) any closets provided for or in connection with a building are in such a state as to be prejudicial to health5 or a nuisance6 and cannot without reconstruction be put into a satisfactory condition7,
the authority must, by notice8 to the owner9 of the building, require him to provide the building with such closets or additional closets, or such substituted closets,
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