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Secretary David Miliband

96

Page 36, line 35, [Schedule 2], leave out sub-paragraph (1) and insert—

    ‘(1) If a commons registration authority is satisfied that any land not registered as common land or as a town or village green is land to which this paragraph applies, the authority shall, subject to this paragraph, register the land as common land in its register of common land.’.

Secretary David Miliband

97

Page 37, line 30, [Schedule 2], leave out sub-paragraph (6) and insert—

    ‘(6) A commons registration authority may only register land under sub-paragraph (1) acting on—

      (a) the application of any person made before such date as regulations may specify; or

      (b) a proposal made and published by the authority before such date as regulations may specify.’.

Secretary David Miliband

98

Page 37, line 35, [Schedule 2], leave out sub-paragraph (1) and insert—

    ‘(1) If a commons registration authority is satisfied that any land registered as common land is land to which this paragraph applies, the authority shall, subject to this paragraph, remove the land from its register of common land and register it in its register of town or village greens.’.

Secretary David Miliband

99

Page 38, line 1, [Schedule 2], leave out sub-paragraph (3) and insert—

    ‘(3) A commons registration authority may only remove and register land under sub-paragraph (1) acting on—

      (a) the application of any person made before such date as regulations may specify; or

      (b) a proposal made and published by the authority before such date as regulations may specify.’.

Secretary David Miliband

100

Page 38, line 4, [Schedule 2], at end insert—

    Buildings registered as common land

    3A (1) If a commons registration authority is satisfied that any land registered as common land is land to which this paragraph applies, the authority shall, subject to this paragraph, remove that land from its register of common land.

    (2) This paragraph applies to land where—

      (a) the land was provisionally registered as common land under section 4 of the 1965 Act;

      (b) on the date of the provisional registration the land was covered by a building or was within the curtilage of a building;

      (c) the provisional registration became final; and

      (d) since the date of the provisional registration the land has at all times been, and still is, covered by a building or within the curtilage of a building.

    (3) A commons registration authority may only remove land under sub-paragraph (1) acting on—

      (a) the application of any person made before such date as regulations may specify; or

      (b) a proposal made and published by the authority before such date as regulations may specify.’.

Secretary David Miliband

101

Page 38, line 6, [Schedule 2], leave out sub-paragraph (1) and insert—

    ‘(1) If a commons registration authority is satisfied that any land registered as common land is land to which this paragraph applies, the authority shall, subject to this paragraph, remove the land from its register of common land.’.

Secretary David Miliband

102

Page 38, line 13, [Schedule 2], leave out from ‘was’ to end of line 15 and insert ‘provisionally registered as common land under section 4 of the 1965 Act’.

 

Secretary David Miliband

103

Page 38, line 28, [Schedule 2], leave out sub-paragraph (3) and insert—

    ‘(3) A commons registration authority may only remove land under sub-paragraph (1) acting on—

      (a) the application of any person made before such date as regulations may specify; or

      (b) a proposal made and published by the authority before such date as regulations may specify.’.

Secretary David Miliband

104

Page 38, line 31, [Schedule 2], at end insert—

    Buildings registered as town or village green

    4A (1) If a commons registration authority is satisfied that any land registered as a town or village green is land to which this paragraph applies, the authority shall, subject to this paragraph, remove that land from its register of town or village greens.

    (2) This paragraph applies to land where—

      (a) the land was provisionally registered as a town or village green under section 4 of the 1965 Act;

      (b) on the date of the provisional registration the land was covered by a building or was within the curtilage of a building;

      (c) the provisional registration became final; and

      (d) since the date of the provisional registration the land has at all times been, and still is, covered by a building or within the curtilage of a building.

    (3) A commons registration authority may only remove land under sub-paragraph (1) acting on—

      (a) the application of any person made before such date as regulations may specify; or

      (b) a proposal made and published by the authority before such date as regulations may specify.’.

Secretary David Miliband

105

Page 38, line 33, [Schedule 2], leave out sub-paragraph (1) and insert—

    ‘(1) If a commons registration authority is satisfied that any land registered as a town or village green is land to which this paragraph applies, the authority shall, subject to this paragraph, remove the land from its register of town or village greens.’.

Secretary David Miliband

106

Page 38, line 40, [Schedule 2], leave out from ‘was’ to end of line 42 and insert ‘provisionally registered as a town or village green under section 4 of the 1965 Act’.

Secretary David Miliband

107

Page 39, line 9, [Schedule 2], leave out sub-paragraph (i).

Secretary David Miliband

108

Page 39, line 18, [Schedule 2], leave out sub-paragraph (4) and insert—

    ‘(4) A commons registration authority may only remove land under sub-paragraph (1) acting on—

      (a) the application of any person made before such date as regulations may specify; or

      (b) a proposal made and published by the authority before such date as regulations may specify.’.

Secretary David Miliband

109

Page 44, line 37 [Schedule 5], leave out ‘association’ and insert ‘council’.

Secretary David Miliband

110

Page 48, line 32, [Schedule 6], at end insert—

‘Part 5

Repeal relating to vehicular access

Short title and chapter Extent of repeal
Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 (c. 37) Section 68.’

Secretary David Miliband

111

Title, line 1, at end insert ‘; and for connected purposes’.


 
 
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