The following provisions apply to any grant1 made for the preservation of historic buildings, their contents and adjoining land on terms that it is to be recoverable under these provisions, but any such grant is only to be regarded for these purposes as so made if, before or on making the grant, the Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England ('the Commission')2 or, as the case may be, the Welsh Ministers3 give to the grantee notice in writing4: (1) summarising the effect of these provisions5; and (2) specifying the period6 during which the grant is to be recoverable7 in
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