Where a matter is referred1 to the High Court, the court, if satisfied2 that the requirements of the statute3 are complied with in the case of the applicant, and that the grant of a right is expedient in the national interest4, may by order5 grant the right on such terms6 and subject to such conditions, and for such period, as the court may think fit7. Upon such an order being made, the right specified in the order vests in the applicant, subject to the provisions set out below8. Where such a right is granted, the applicant must pay or
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