Where any premises have been specified in the initial notice1, no subsequent notice which specifies the whole or part of those premises2 may be given so long as the earlier notice continues in force3.
Where any premises have been specified in such a notice and:
(1) that notice has been withdrawn or is deemed to have been withdrawn4; or
(2) in response to that notice, an order has been applied for and obtained5 on the grounds of the landlord's intention to develop,
no subsequent notice which specifies the whole or part of those premises may be given6 within the period of
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