Compulsory Purchase of Land (Prescribed Forms) (Ministers) Regulations 2004 (S.I. No. 2595 of 2004). | Land Portal

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These Regulations re-enact with amendments the Compulsory Purchase of Land Regulations 1994. They prescribe forms for use in connection with the compulsory purchase of land and new rights over land in England and Wales which are subject to the procedures contained in the Acquisition of Land Act 1981 except when the acquiring or confirming authority is the National Assembly for Wales. The amendments are related to prescribed forms for compulsory purchase orders, for a notice of the making or preparation in draft of a compulsory purchase order to be affixed to a conspicuous object or objects on or near the land comprised in the order, a notice of the confirmation or making by a Minister of a compulsory purchase order to be affixed to a conspicuous object or objects on or near the land comprised in the order and a notice of confirmation when the acquiring authority confirms an unopposed compulsory purchase order following notification by the Minister who is the confirming authority in accordance with section 14A of the 1981 Act.

Implements: Acquisition of Land Act 1981 (Chapter 67). (2017)

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