Where a dwelling-house is blighted1 the owner2 is entitled to require the responsible person3 to purchase his interest in it if:
(1) the owner has made reasonable endeavours to sell his interest in it4;
(2) because the dwelling-house is blighted, the owner has been unable to sell his interest in it except at a price which is substantially lower than that for which it might reasonably have been expected to be sold if it was not blighted5; and
(3) the principal reason for the
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