The Opencast Coal Act 1958 contains elaborate provisions with regard to the compensation payable in respect of the occupation and use of land pursuant to a compulsory rights order1. No such compensation is payable by any person unless a claim for it is duly made to that person2. A person entitled to the rights conferred by a compulsory rights order must, for the purpose of facilitating the assessment of compensation, cause records to be made of the condition of the land in question
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