If on a complaint made by the owner1 of any premises, it appears to a court of summary jurisdiction that the occupier2 of those premises is preventing the owner from complying with a remedial notice3, the court may make an order giving the owner the right, as against all other persons interested in the land, to comply with the notice4.
Where a remedial notice requires the taking of any action and that action is not taken in accordance with that notice within the compliance period5 or, as the case may be, after the end of that period when it is
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