In the case of any compulsory rights order1, where any person duly published, served and affixed notices2, he also had to cause a record3 to be made of the condition4 of all the land comprised in the order5, and, except in the case of a limited compulsory rights order6, of any other land forming, in relation to that order, part of a holding7.
In the case of any compulsory rights order other than a limited order, the person entitled immediately before the end of the period of occupation8 to the rights conferred by the order must, at the end of
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