A compulsory rights order1 could only be made if opencast planning permission2 had been applied for or granted in respect of the land3 comprised in the order or was deemed to have been granted in respect of it4. Where such an order was made before opencast planning permission had been granted, the appropriate national authority5 could not confirm6 it unless such permission in respect of that land had first been granted7. Where such an order was made in a
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