(1) Without prejudice to the provisions of the Acquisition of Land Act 1981 with respect to notices served under that Act, where under any of the provisions of this Act a notice or copy of a notice is required to be served on an owner of land, and the land is ecclesiastical property, a similar notice or copy of a notice shall be served on the [Diocesan Board of Finance for the diocese in which the land is situated].
(2) [Where any ecclesiastical property is vested in the incumbent of a benefice which is vacant]—
(a) if the property is situated elsewhere t
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