Housing Act 1966
Extinguishment of ways, easements, etc.
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(2) Upon the completion by a housing authority of the acquisition by them, otherwise than by vesting order, of any land for the purposes of this Act, all private rights of way and all rights of laying down, erecting, continuing or maintaining any pipes, sewers, drains, wires or cables on, under or over that land (together with the property in those pipes, sewers, drains, wires or cables) and all other rights or easements in or relating to that land shall, except so far as may be otherwise agreed by the authority and the person entitled to the right in question, vest in the authority without any conveyance or transfer, and any person who suffers loss by the vesting by virtue of this subsection of any such right or property shall be entitled to be paid by the authority compensation to be determined under and in accordance with the Acquisition of Land (Assessment of Compensation) Act, 1919.
Repealed (1.08.1993) by Roads Act 1993 (14/1993), s. 4 and sch. 1, S.I. No. 197 of 1993.
Previous affecting provision: power pursuant to section exercised (23.12.1966) by Housing Act, 1966 (Acquisition of Land) Regulations 1966 (S.I. No. 278 of 1966); revoked (1.01.2001) by Housing Act, 1966 (Acquisition of Land) Regulations 2000 (S.I. No. 454 of 2000), reg. 9, in effect as per reg. 2.