Where, after the end of the period of occupation1, the exercise of the easement2 or right continues to be prevented or injuriously affected by reason of anything done during that period in the exercise of rights conferred by the compulsory rights order3, terminal compensation is payable4.
If the easement or right is appurtenant to, or the benefit of it is in any other way annexed to, any land5, the owner6 of that land at the end of the period of occupation is entitled to compensation from the person who immediately before the end of the period of occupation is the
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