In the case of former diplomatic or consular premises1, the Secretary of State may by order2 provide that the following provisions are to apply to the land in question3. He may by deed poll vest in himself such estate or interest in the land as appears to him to be appropriate4.
Where circumstances have arisen in consequence of which the power to make an order is exercisable, but the Secretary of State serves on the owner of the land in relation to which it has
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