Public Assistance (Acquisition of Land) Act, 1934

Sale of surplus land.

12.—(1) A public assistance authority may, with the consent of the Minister, sell any land acquired under this Act which appears to such public assistance authority to be no longer required for the purpose for which it was acquired.

(2) The proceeds of a sale of any land by a public assistance authority under this section, so far as such proceeds are capital money, shall, with the consent of the Minister, be applied to any purpose (including the repayment of borrowed money) to which capital money may properly be applied by such public assistance authority.