The property of the National Trust1 is entitled to special treatment in the following circumstances:
(1) if a compulsory purchase order is served under the provisions of the Acquisition of Land Act 1981 in respect of any land held inalienably by the trust and is not withdrawn after objection, the acquisition becomes subject to special parliamentary procedure2;
(2) land forming part of the property of the trust cannot be acquired for the purposes of allotments or cottage holdings3;
(3) certain powers of compulsory acquisition conferred by the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949
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