A vesting order made where the freeholder or a relevant landlord cannot be found1 is an order providing for the vesting of any specified interests2:
(1) in such person or persons as may be appointed for the purpose by the applicants for the order3; and
(2) on such terms as may be determined by the appropriate tribunal4 to be appropriate with a view to the interests being vested in that person or those persons5 in like manner, so far as the circumstances permit, as if the applicants6 had, at the date of their application, given notice7 of their claim
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