The person on whose application a compulsory rights order1 was made had to publish, serve and affix notices specifying the date on which the rights conferred by the order were to become exercisable2.
Any person who, in relation to the order referred to in such a notice, was a person directly concerned3 and who claimed that any of the relevant requirements4 had not been complied with, could, at any time not later than the end of the period of six weeks beginning with the date of the first publication of that notice, make an application to the High Court5.
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