The Board of Governors of the Museum of London1 must take steps to acquire premises for the purpose of maintaining its collections in them and holding exhibitions in them of its collections, or so much of them as from time to time it thinks fit, being premises situated within Greater London2 and, so long as they are held by the board, to be known as the Museum of London3. The board must4, as soon as practicable after it has acquired the premises, keep the objects comprised in its collections in those premises, or, if those premises cease to be
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