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Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc. (Scotland) Act 2000

Costs on the Scottish Administration

The Scottish Ministers' estate

265.As one of the major landowners in Scotland, the Scottish Ministers have substantial superiority interests. There will therefore be administrative costs in firstly establishing what superiority interests the Scottish Ministers have and secondly in deciding whether any attempt should be made to preserve feudal burdens imposed in the past under the provisions of the Act. This work will be carried out using existing resources.

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