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(1)Where a conservation body has, or the Scottish Ministers have, the right as superior to enforce a real burden of the class described in subsection (2) below or would have that right were it or they to complete title to the dominium directum, it or they may, before the appointed day, preserve for the benefit of the public the right to enforce the burden in question after that day by executing and registering against the dominium utile of the land subject to the burden a notice in, or as nearly as may be in, the form contained in schedule 8 to this Act; and any burden as respects which such a right is so preserved shall, on and after the appointed day, be known as a “conservation burden”.
(2)The class is those real burdens which are enforceable against a feudal estate of dominium utile of land for the purpose of preserving, or protecting—
(a)the architectural or historical characteristics of the land; or
(b)any other special characteristics of the land (including, without prejudice to the generality of this paragraph, a special characteristic derived from the flora, fauna or general appearance of the land).
(3)The notice shall—
(a)state that the superior is a conservation body by virtue of section 26 of this Act or that the superior is the Scottish Ministers;
(b)set out the title of the superior;
(c)describe, sufficiently to enable identification by reference to the Ordnance Map, the land subject to the real burden (or any part of that land);
(d)set out the terms of the real burden; and
(e)set out the terms of any counter-obligation to the real burden if it is a counter-obligation enforceable against the superior.
(4)This section is subject to sections 41 and 42 of this Act.
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