If in the case of a settlement in respect of which a heritage direction1 has effect:
(1) any of the property comprised in the settlement (whether capital or income) is applied otherwise than for a property maintenance purpose2 or, as respects income not so applied or accumulated, for the benefit of a heritage body3; or
(2) any of that property, on ceasing to be comprised in the settlement, devolves otherwise than on a heritage body; or
(3) the heritage direction ceases to have effect in respect of the settlement; or
(4) any of the property comprised in the settlement,
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