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SCHEDULE 1SForm importing terms of title conditions

(introduced by section 6(2))

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Commencement Information

I1Sch. 1 partly in force; Sch. 1 in force for certain purposes at 4.4.2003 see s. 129(2)(5)

There are imported the terms of the title conditions specified in [refer to the deed of conditions in such terms as shall be sufficient to identify it and specify the register in which it is registered and the date of registration].

SCHEDULE 2SForm of notice of termination

(introduced by section 20(1))

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I2Sch. 2 partly in force; Sch. 2 in force for certain purposes at 4.4.2003 see s. 129(2)(5)

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SCHEDULE 3SForm of affixed notice relating to termination

(introduced by section 21(2)(b))

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Commencement Information

I3Sch. 3 partly in force; Sch. 3 in force for certain purposes at 4.4.2003 see s. 129(2)(5)

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SCHEDULE 4SForm of notice of proposal to register deed of variation or discharge

(introduced by section 34(2)(a))

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Prospective

SCHEDULE 5SFurther form of notice of proposal to register deed of variation or discharge of community burden: sent version

(introduced by section 36(2)(a))

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Prospective

SCHEDULE 6SFurther form of notice of proposal to register deed of variation or discharge of community burden: affixed version

(introduced by section 36(2)(b))

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SCHEDULE 7SForm of notice of preservation

(introduced by section 50(1))

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SCHEDULE 8SCommunity consultation notice

(introduced by section 55(2))

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SCHEDULE 9SForm of notice of converted servitude

(introduced by section 80(4))

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SCHEDULE 10SForm of undertaking

(introduced by section 83(1)(a))

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SCHEDULE 11STitle conditions not subject to discharge by Lands Tribunal

(introduced by section 90(3))

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Commencement Information

I4Sch. 11 partly in force; Sch. 11 in force for certain purposes at 4.4.2003 see s. 129(2)(3)

1An obligation, however constituted, relating to the right to work minerals or to any ancillary rights in relation to minerals (“minerals” and “ancillary rights” having the same meanings as in the Mines (Working Facilities and Support) Act 1966 (c. 4)).S

2In so far as enforceable by or on behalf of—S

(a)the Crown, an obligation created or imposed for naval, military or air force purposes; or

(b)the Crown or any public or international authority, an obligation created or imposed—

(i)for civil aviation purposes; or

(ii)in connection with the use of land as an aerodrome.

3An obligation created or imposed in or in relation to a lease of—S

(a)an agricultural holding (as defined in section 1(1) of the Agricultural Holdings (Scotland) Act 1991 (c. 55));

(b)a holding (within the meaning of the Small Landholders (Scotland) Acts 1886 to 1931); or

(c)a croft (within the meaning of the Crofters (Scotland) Act 1993 (c. 44)).

SCHEDULE 12SForm of application for relevant certificate

(introduced by section 107(11))

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SCHEDULE 13SAmendment of Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc. (Scotland) Act 2000

(introduced by section 114(6))

1The 2000 Act shall be amended in accordance with the following paragraphs.S

2In section 17 (extinction of superior’s rights)—S

(a)in subsection (1), after the word—

(i)“18” there shall be inserted “ to 18C ”;

(ii)“27,” there shall be inserted “ 27A, ”;

(iii)“28,” there shall be inserted “ 28A, ”; and

(iv)“Act” there shall be inserted “ and to sections 52 to 56 (which make provision as to common schemes, facility burdens and service burdens) and 63 (which makes provision as to manager burdens) of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9) ”,

and at the end of paragraph (b) there shall be added other than in that person’s capacity as owner of land or as holder of a conservation burden, health care burden or economic development burden; and

(b)in subsection (3), after paragraph (a) there shall be inserted—

(aa)a right of enforcement held by virtue of any of the provisions mentioned in subsection (1) above;.

3In section 18 (reallotment of real burden by nomination of new dominant tenement)—S

(a)in subsection (1), at the beginning there shall be inserted “ Without prejudice to sections 18A to 18C of this Act, ”;

(b)in subsection (6), at the beginning there shall be inserted “ Subject to subsection (6A) below, ”;

(c)after subsection (6) there shall be inserted—

(6A)Such compliance as is mentioned in subsection (6) above shall not be effective to preserve any right to enforce a manager burden (“manager burden” being construed in accordance with section 63(1) of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9)).; and

(d)in subsection (7)(b)(i), after the word “right” there shall be inserted “ (other than any sporting rights, as defined by section 65A(9) of this Act) ”.

4In section 20 (reallotment of real burden by order of Lands Tribunal)—S

(a)in subsection (1), the words from “within” to “ends” are repealed; and

(b)in subsection (7)—

(i)in paragraph (a), for the words “substantial loss or disadvantage to the applicant as owner (taking him to be such)” there shall be substituted “ material detriment to the value or enjoyment of the applicant’s ownership (taking him to have ownership) ”; and

(ii)paragraph (b), and the word “or” which immediately precedes that paragraph, are repealed.

5In section 25 (counter-obligations on reallotment)—S

(a)for the words “, 20 or 23” there shall be substituted “ or 20 ”;

(b)after the word “Act” there shall be inserted the words “ or under section 56 or 63 of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9) (which make provision, respectively, as to facility burdens and service burdens and as to manager burdens) ”; and

(c)for the words from “(as the case may be)” to the end there shall be substituted “ reallotment is effected ”.

6In section 27 (notice preserving right to enforce conservation burden)—S

(a)in subsection (1), after the words “Act; and” there shall be inserted “ , without prejudice to section 27A(1) of this Act, ”; and

(b)in subsection (3)(a), for the words “26 of this Act” there shall be substituted “ 38 of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9) (which makes provision generally as respects conservation burdens) ”.

7In section 42 (further provision as respects certain sections of that Act which relate to real burdens)—S

(a)in each of subsections (1)(a), (3) and (4)(a), after the word—

(i)“18,” there shall be inserted “ 18A, 18B, 18C, ”; and

(ii)“27” there shall be inserted “ , 27A ”; and

(b)at the end there shall be added—

(5)Nothing in this Part requires registration against land prospectively nominated as a dominant tenement but outwith Scotland..

8In section 43 (notices and agreements under certain sections: extent of Keeper’s duty)—S

(a)in each of subsections (1) and (2)(a), after the word—

(i)“18,” there shall be inserted “ 18A, 18B, 18C, ”; and

(ii)“27” there shall be inserted “ , 27A ”;

(b)in subsection (2), after paragraph (b) there shall be inserted—

(bb)section 18B or 18C of this Act, the Keeper shall not be required to determine whether—

(i)the requirements of subsection (1) of the section in question are satisfied; or

(ii)the statement made in pursuance of subsection (2)(e) of the section in question is correct;; and

(c)in subsection (3)(a), after—

(i)the words “18(6),” there shall be inserted “ 18A(5), 18B(3), 18C(3), ”; and

(ii)the word “28” there shall be inserted “ , 28A ”.

9In section 46(2) (discretion of Keeper in relation to entries in title sheet), for the word “enforceable” there shall be substituted “ subsisting ”.S

10In section 49 (interpretation of Part 4)—S

(a)in the definition of “conservation body”, for the words “under section 26(1) of this Act” there shall be substituted “ by order under section 38(4) of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9) ”;

(b)in the definition of “conservation burden”, for the words “section 27(1)” there shall be substituted “ sections 27(1) and 27A(1) ”;

(c)after the definition of “development value burden” and “development value” there shall be inserted—

economic development burden” shall be construed in accordance with section 18B(3) of this Act;

health care burden” shall be construed in accordance with section 18C(3) of this Act;

local authority” means a council constituted under section 2 of the Local Government etc. (Scotland) Act 1994 (c. 39);;

(d)after the definition of “notary public” there shall be inserted—

personal pre-emption burden” and “personal redemption burden” shall be construed in accordance with section 18A(5) of this Act; and

(e)in the definition of “real burden”, at the end of paragraph (b) there shall be added “ or sporting rights (as defined by section 65A(9) of this Act) ”.

11In section 54 (extinction of superior’s rights and obligations qua superior)—S

(a)in subsection (1)—

(i)for the words “section 60(1)” there shall be substituted “ sections 60(1) and 65A ”; and

(ii)after the words “qua superior” there shall be inserted “ (including, without prejudice to that generality, sporting rights as defined by subsection (9) of that section 65A) ”; and

(b)in subsection (3), after paragraph (a) there shall be inserted—

(aa)a right of enforcement held by virtue of of section 13, 33, 60(1) or 65A of this Act;.

12In section 56 (extinction etc. of certain payments analogous to feuduty)—S

(a)in subsection (1), for the words “land obligation” there shall be substituted “ title condition ”; and

(b)for subsection (3) there shall be substituted—

(3)The definition of “title condition” in section 122(1) of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9) shall apply for the purposes of this section as that definition applies for the purposes of that Act..

13In section 73 (feudal terms in enactments and documents: construction after abolition of feudal system)—S

(a)in subsection (1)—

(i)in each of paragraphs (a), (b) and (c), at the end, there shall be added “ before that day ”;

(ii)the word “or” which immediately follows paragraph (b) is repealed; and

(iii)for the words “before the appointed day, then” there shall be substituted ; or

(d)in the Land Register of Scotland or in—

(i)a land certificate;

(ii)a charge certificate; or

(iii)an office copy,

issued, whether or not before that day, under the Land Registration (Scotland) Act 1979 (c. 33),

then ;

(b)in subsection (2)—

(i)the existing words “in any document executed before that day” shall become paragraph (a);

(ii)after that paragraph there shall be inserted the word “ or ” and the following paragraph—

(b)in the Land Register of Scotland or in any certificate or copy such as is mentioned in subsection (1)(d) above (whenever issued),; and

(iii)for the words “19, 20, 23, 28 or, as the case may be, 60 of this Act” there shall be substituted “ 18A, 18B, 18C, 19, 20, 28, 28A or 60 of this Act or section 56 of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9) (facility burdens and service burdens) ”; and

(c)after subsection (2) there shall be added—

(2A)In construing, after the appointed day and in relation to a right enforceable on or after that day, a document, or entry in the Land Register, which—

(a)sets out the terms of a real burden; and

(b)is not a document or entry references in which require to be construed as mentioned in subsection (2) above,

any provision of the document or entry to the effect that a person other than the person entitled to enforce the burden may waive compliance with, or mitigate or otherwise vary a condition of, the burden shall be disregarded..

14In section 75 (saving for contractual rights) the existing words become subsection (1) and after that subsection there is added—S

(2)In construing the expression “parties to the grant” in subsection (1) above, any enactment or rule of law whereby investiture is deemed renewed when the parties change shall be disregarded..

15In section 77 (short title and commencement)—S

(a)in subsection (2)(a), for the words “63 to” there shall be substituted “ 64, 65, ”; and

(b)in subsection (4)(a), for the words “and 47 to 49” there shall be substituted “ , 47 to 49, 63 and 65A ”.

16After schedule 5 there shall be inserted—S

SCHEDULE 5ASForm of notice prospectively converting real burden into personal pre-emption burden or personal redemption burden

(introduced by section 18A(1))

Notice prospectively converting real burden into personal pre-emption burden or personal redemption burden S

Superior:

(see note for completion 1)

Description of land which is to be servient tenement:

(see note for completion 2)

Terms of real burden:

(see note for completion 3)

Any counter obligation:

(see note for completion 3)

Title to the superiority:

(see note for completion 4)

Service:

(see note for completion 5)

I swear [oraffirm] that the information contained in the notice is, to the best of my knowledge and belief, true.

Signature of superior:

(see note for completion 6)

Signature of notary public:

Date:  .

Explanatory NoteS

(This explanation has no legal effect)

This notice is sent by your feudal superior. In this notice your property (or some part of it) is referred to (prospectively) as the “servient tenement”.

By this notice the feudal superior asserts that at present your property is subject to a right of pre-emption [or of redemption] enforceable by him and claims the right to continue to enforce it not as superior but in a personal capacity. The notice, if it is registered in the Land Register or Register of Sasines under section 18A of the Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc. (Scotland) Act 2000, will allow him to enforce the right after the feudal system is abolished (which will be shortly).

If you think that there is a mistake in this notice or if you wish to challenge it, you are advised to contact your solicitor or other adviser.

Notes for completion of the noticeS

(These notes have no legal effect)

1Insert name and address of superior.

2Describe the land in a way that is sufficient to enable the Keeper to identify it by reference to the Ordnance Map. Where the title to the land has been registered in the Land Register the description should refer to the title number of the land or of the larger subjects of which the land forms part. Otherwise it should normally refer to and identify a deed recorded in a specified division of the Register of Sasines.

3Specify by reference to the appropriate Register the deed or deeds in which the real burden or counter-obligation was imposed. Set out the real burden or counter-obligation in full or refer to the deed in such a way as to identify the real burden or counter-obligation.

4Where the title has been registered in the Land Register of Scotland and the superior is—

(a)registered as proprietor, specify the title number;

(b)not so registered, specify the title number and set out the midcouples or links between the person last registered and the superior so as sufficiently to identify them.

Where the title has not been registered in the Land Register and the superior—

(a)has a recorded title, specify by reference to the Register of Sasines the deed constituting the immediate title;

(b)does not have a recorded title, either—

(i)specify by reference to the Register of Sasines the deed constituting the immediate title of the person with the last recorded title and set out the midcouples or links between that person and the superior so as sufficiently to identify them; or

(ii)if there is no such deed, specify the nature of the superior’s title.

5Do not complete until a copy of the notice has been sent to the owner of the prospective servient tenement (except in a case where this is not reasonably practicable). Then insert whichever is applicable of the following:

  • “The superior has sent a copy of this notice by [specify whether by recorded delivery or registered post or by ordinary post] on [date of posting] to the owner of the prospective servient tenement at [state address].”; or

  • “It has not been reasonably practicable to send a copy of this notice to the owner of the prospective servient tenement for the following reason: [specify the reason]”.

6The superior should not swear or affirm, or sign, until a copy of the notice has been sent (or otherwise) as mentioned in note 5. Before signing, the superior should swear or affirm before a notary public (or, if the notice is being completed outwith Scotland, before a person duly authorised under the local law to administer oaths or receive affirmations) that, to the best of the superior’s knowledge and belief, all the information contained in the notice is true. The notary public should also sign. Swearing or affirming a statement which is known to be false or which is believed not to be true is a criminal offence under the False Oaths (Scotland) Act 1933. Normally the superior should swear or affirm, and sign, personally. If, however, the superior is legally disabled or incapable (for example, because of mental disorder) his legal representative should swear or affirm and sign. If the superior is not an individual (for example, if it is a company) a person entitled by law to sign formal documents on its behalf should swear or affirm and sign.

SCHEDULE 5BSForm of notice prospectively converting real burden into economic development burden

(introduced by section 18B(1))

Notice prospectively converting real burden into economic development burden S

Superior:

(see note for completion 1)

Description of land which is to be servient tenement:

(see note for completion 2)

Terms of real burden:

(see note for completion 3)

Statement that purpose was to promote economic development:

(with supporting evidence: see note for completion 3)

Any counter obligation:

(see note for completion 3)

Title to the superiority:

(see note for completion 4)

Service:

(see note for completion 5)

Signature on behalf of superior:

Date:  .

Explanatory NoteS

(This explanation has no legal effect)

This notice is sent by your feudal superior; that is to say by [the Scottish Ministers] or [specify local authority].

By this notice the feudal superior asserts that at present your property is subject to a real burden enforceable by the superior and claims both the right to continue to enforce it, not as superior but in a personal capacity, and that the real burden is for the purpose of promoting economic development. The notice, if it is registered in the Land Register or Register of Sasines under section 18B of the Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc. (Scotland) Act 2000, will allow the superior to enforce that right after the feudal system is abolished (which will be shortly).

If you think that there is a mistake in this notice or if you wish to challenge it, you are advised to contact your solicitor or other adviser.

Notes for completion of the noticeS

(These notes have no legal effect)

1Insert “ the Scottish Ministers ” or as the case may be the name and address of the local authority.

2Describe the land in a way that is sufficient to enable the Keeper to identify it by reference to the Ordnance Map. Where the title to the land has been registered in the Land Register the description should refer to the title number of the land or of the larger subjects of which the land forms part. Otherwise it should normally refer to and identify a deed recorded in a specified division of the Register of Sasines.

3Specify by reference to the appropriate Register the deed or deeds in which the real burden or counter-obligation was imposed. Set out the terms of the real burden, or as the case may be the terms of the counter-obligation, in full or refer to the deed in such a way as to identify the real burden or counter-obligation. Provide the statement specified and set out any information which supports it.

4Where the title has been registered in the Land Register of Scotland and the superior is—

(a)registered as proprietor, specify the title number;

(b)not so registered, specify the title number and set out the midcouples or links between the person last registered and the superior so as sufficiently to identify them.

Where the title has not been registered in the Land Register and the superior—

(a)has a recorded title, specify by reference to the Register of Sasines the deed constituting the immediate title;

(b)does not have a recorded title, either—

(i)specify by reference to the Register of Sasines the deed constituting the immediate title of the person with the last recorded title and set out the midcouples or links between that person and the superior so as sufficiently to identify them; or

(ii)if there is no such deed, specify the nature of the superior’s title.

5Do not complete until a copy of the notice has been sent to the owner of the prospective servient tenement (except in a case where such sending is not reasonably practicable). Then insert whichever is applicable of the following:

  • “The superior has sent a copy of this notice by [specify whether by recorded delivery or registered post or by ordinary post] on [date of posting] to the owner of the prospective servient tenement at [state address].”; or

  • “It has not been reasonably practicable to send a copy of this notice to the owner of the prospective servient tenement and the reason is that: [specify the reason].”

SCHEDULE 5CSForm of notice prospectively converting real burden into health care burden

(introduced by section 18C(1))

Notice prospectively converting real burden into health care burden S

Superior:

(see note for completion 1)

Description of land which is to be servient tenement:

(see note for completion 2)

Terms of real burden:

(see note for completion 3)

Statement that purpose was to promote the provision of facilities for health care:

(with supporting evidence: see note for completion 3)

Any counter obligation:

(see note for completion 3)

Title to the superiority:

(see note for completion 4)

Service:

(see note for completion 5)

Signature on behalf of superior:

Date:  .

Explanatory NoteS

(This explanation has no legal effect)

This notice is sent by your feudal superior; that is to say by [the Scottish Ministers] or [specify National Health Service trust].

By this notice the feudal superior asserts that at present your property is subject to a real burden enforceable by the superior and claims both the right to continue to enforce it, not as superior but in a personal capacity, and that the real burden is for the purpose of promoting the provision of facilites for health care. The notice, if it is registered in the Land Register or Register of Sasines under section 18C of the Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc. (Scotland) Act 2000, will allow the superior to enforce that right after the feudal system is abolished (which will be shortly).

If you think that there is a mistake in this notice or if you wish to challenge it, you are advised to contact your solicitor or other adviser.

Notes for completion of the noticeS

(These notes have no legal effect)

1Insert “ the Scottish Ministers ” or as the case may be the name and address of the National Health Service trust.

2Describe the land in a way that is sufficient to enable the Keeper to identify it by reference to the Ordnance Map. Where the title to the land has been registered in the Land Register the description should refer to the title number of the land or of the larger subjects of which the land forms part. Otherwise it should normally refer to and identify a deed recorded in a specified division of the Register of Sasines.

3Specify by reference to the appropriate Register the deed or deeds in which the real burden or counter-obligation was imposed. Set out the terms of the real burden, or or as the case may be the terms of the counter-obligation, in full or refer to the deed in such a way as to identify the real burden or counter-obligation. Provide the statement specified and set out any information which supports it.

4Where the title has been registered in the Land Register of Scotland and the superior is—

(a)registered as proprietor, specify the title number;

(b)not so registered, specify the title number and set out the midcouples or links between the person last registered and the superior so as sufficiently to identify them.

Where the title has not been registered in the Land Register and the superior—

(a)has a recorded title, specify by reference to the Register of Sasines the deed constituting the immediate title;

(b)does not have a recorded title, either—

(i)specify by reference to the Register of Sasines the deed constituting the immediate title of the person with the last recorded title and set out the midcouples or links between that person and the superior so as sufficiently to identify them; or

(ii)if there is no such deed, specify the nature of the superior’s title.

5Do not complete until a copy of the notice has been sent to the owner of the prospective servient tenement (except in a case where such sending is not reasonably practicable). Then insert whichever is applicable of the following:

  • “The superior has sent a copy of this notice by [specify whether by recorded delivery or registered post or by ordinary post] on [date of posting] to the owner of the prospective servient tenement at [state address].”; or

  • “It has not been reasonably practicable to send a copy of this notice to the owner of the prospective servient tenement and the reason is that: [specify the reason].”.

17In schedule 8 (form of notice preserving conservation body’s or Scottish Ministers' right to real burden), for note 1 of the notes for completion of the notice there shall be substituted—S

1In the case of a conservation body, insert the year and number of the relevant statutory instrument and the name and address of that body..

18After schedule 8 there shall be inserted—S

SCHEDULE 8ASForm of notice nominating conservation body or Scottish Ministers to have title to enforce real burden

(introduced by section 27A(1))

Notice nominating conservation body or Scottish Ministers to have title to enforce real burden S

Superior:

Nominee (being a conservation body or the Scottish Ministers):

(see note for completion 1)

Description of land subject to the real burden:

(see note for completion 2)

Terms of real burden:

(see note for completion 3)

Any counter-obligation:

(see note for completion 3)

Title to the superiority:

(see notes for completion 4 and 5)

Service:

(see note for completion 6)

Signature of superior:Signature of consenting nominee:
(see note for completion 7)(see note for completion 8)
Signature of superior’s witness:Signature of nominee’s witness:
Name and address of witness:Name and address of witness:

Date:  .

Explanatory noteS

(This explanation has no legal effect)

This notice is sent by your feudal superior.

At present the use of your property is subject to certain burdens and conditions enforceable by the feudal superior. The feudal system is shortly to be abolished. The feudal superior intends to nominate a conservation body or the Scottish Ministers to have title to enforce certain of those burdens (referred to prospectively as “conservation burdens”) when he ceases to have such title. These are burdens which have been imposed in the public interest for the preservation or protection either of architectural or historic characteristics of land or of some other special characteristic of land derived from the flora, fauna or general appearance of the land. By virtue of this notice the nominee would have the right to enforce a conservation burden in the capacity of conservation body or of the Scottish Ministers, as the case may be. The notice, if it is registered in the Land Register of Scotland or recorded in the Register of Sasines under section 27A of the Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc. (Scotland) Act 2000, will allow the burden to be so enforced after the feudal system has been abolished.

If you think there is a mistake in this notice or if you wish to challenge it, you are advised to consult your solicitor or other adviser.

Notes for completion of the noticeS

(These notes have no legal effect)

1In the case of a conservation body, insert the year and number of the relevant statutory instrument and the name and address of that body.

2Describe the land in a way that is sufficient to enable the Keeper to identify it by reference to the Ordnance Map. Where the title to the land has been registered in the Land Register the description should refer to the title number of the land or of the larger subjects of which the land forms part. Otherwise it should normally refer to and identify a deed recorded in a specified division of the Register of Sasines.

3Specify by reference to the appropriate Register the deed or deeds in which the real burden or counter-obligation was imposed. Set out the real burden or counter-obligation in full or refer to the deed in such a way as to identify the real burden or counter-obligation.

4Where the title has been registered in the Land Register of Scotland and the superior is—

(a)infeft, specify the title number;

(b)uninfeft, specify the title number and set out the midcouples or links between the person last infeft and the superior so as sufficiently to identify them.

5Where the title has not been registered in the Land Register and the superior—

(a)has a recorded title, specify by reference to the Register of Sasines the deed constituting the immediate title;

(b)does not have a recorded title, either—

(i)specify by reference to the Register of Sasines the deed constituting the immediate title of the person last infeft and set out the midcouples or links between the person last infeft and the superior so as sufficiently to identify them; or

(ii)if there is no such deed, specify the nature of the superior’s title.

6Do not complete until a copy of the notice has been sent to the owner of the land subject to the burden (except in a case where this is not reasonably practicable). Then insert whichever is applicable of the following:

  • “The superior has sent a copy of this notice by [specify whether by recorded delivery or registered post or by ordinary post] on [date of posting] to the owner of the land subject to the real burden at [state address].”; or

  • “It has not been reasonably practicable to send a copy of this notice to the owner of the land subject to the real burden for the following reason: [specify the reason].”

7The notice should not be signed by the superior until a copy of it has been sent (or otherwise) as mentioned in note 6.

8The nominee should sign, so as to indicate consent, before that copy is sent (or otherwise) as so mentioned..

19After schedule 11 there shall be inserted—S

SCHEDULE 11ASForm of notice prospectively converting sporting rights into tenement in land

(introduced by section 65A(1))

Notice prospectively converting sporting rights into tenement in land S

Superior:

(see note for completion 1)

Description of land subject to sporting rights:

(see note for completion 2)

Description of sporting rights:

(see note for completion 3)

Any counter-obligation:

(see note for completion 3)

Title to the superiority:

(see note for completion 4)

Service:

(see note for completion 5)

I swear [oraffirm] that the information contained in this notice is, to the best of my knowledge and belief, true.

Signature of superior:

(see note for completion 6)

Signature of notary public:

Date:  .

Explanatory noteS

(This explanation has no legal effect)

This notice is sent by your feudal superior.

By it the feudal superior asserts that at present your property is subject to certain sporting rights (that is to say, to rights of fishing or game) enforceable by him as superior and he seeks to continue to enjoy those rights on a different basis: that is to say, as a tenement in land.

The notice, if it is registered in the Land Register of Scotland or recorded in the Register of Sasines under section 65A of the Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc. (Scotland) Act 2000, will have that effect when (shortly) the feudal system is abolished.

If you think there is a mistake in this notice or if you wish to challenge it, you are advised to consult your solicitor or other adviser.

Notes for completion of the noticeS

(These notes have no legal effect)

1Insert name and address of superior.

2Describe the land in a way that is sufficient to enable the Keeper to identify it by reference to the Ordnance Map. Where the title to the land has been registered in the Land Register the description should refer to the title number of the land or of the larger subjects of which the land forms part. Otherwise it should normally refer to and identify a deed recorded in a specified division of the Register of Sasines.

3Specify by reference to the appropriate Register the deed or deeds in which the sporting rights were reserved or the counter-obligation was imposed. Describe the sporting rights or set out the counter-obligation in full or refer to the deed in such a way as to identify those rights or that counter-obligation.

4Where the title has been registered in the Land Register of Scotland and the superior is—

(a)infeft, specify the title number;

(b)uninfeft, specify the title number and set out the midcouples or links between the person last infeft and the superior so as sufficiently to identify them.

Where the title has not been registered in the Land Register and the superior—

(a)has a recorded title, specify by reference to the Register of Sasines the deed constituting the immediate title;

(b)does not have a recorded title, either—

(i)specify by reference to the Register of Sasines the deed constituting the immediate title of the person last infeft and set out the midcouples or links between the person last infeft and the superior so as sufficiently to identify them; or

(ii)if there is no such deed, specify the nature of the superior’s title.

5Do not complete until a copy of the notice has been sent to the owner of the land subject to the sporting rights (except in a case where this is not reasonably practicable). Then insert whichever is applicable of the following:

  • “The superior has sent a copy of this notice by [specify whether by recorded delivery or registered post or by ordinary post] on [date of posting] to the owner of the land subject to the sporting rights at [state address]”.; or

  • “It has not been reasonably practicable to send a copy of this notice to the owner of the land subject to the sporting rights for the following reason: [specify the reason]”.

6The notice should not be signed by the superior until a copy of it has been sent (or otherwise) as mentioned in note 5. Before signing, the superior should swear or affirm before a notary public (or, if the notice is being completed outwith Scotland, before a person duly authorised under the local law to administer oaths or receive affirmations) that, to the best of the superior’s knowledge and belief, all the information contained in the notice is true. The notary public should also sign. Swearing or affirming a statement which is known to be false or which is believed not to be true is a criminal offence under the False Oaths (Scotland) Act 1933. Normally the superior should swear or affirm, and sign, personally. If, however, the superior is legally disabled or incapable (for example, because of mental disorder) his legal representative should swear or affirm and sign. If the superior is not an individual (for example, if it is a company) a person entitled by law to sign formal documents on its behalf should swear or affirm and sign..

20In schedule 12 (minor and consequential amendments), in paragraph 9(17), for the word “offences” there shall be substituted “offices”.S

SCHEDULE 14SMinor and consequential amendments

(introduced by section 128(1))

Prospective

1(1)Section 3 of the Registration of Leases (Scotland) Act 1857 (assignation of recorded, or registered, leases etc.) shall be amended in accordance with this paragraph.S

(2)In subsection (2)—

(a)the existing words “to impose conditions and make stipulations” shall become paragraph (i); and

(b)after that paragraph there shall be inserted the word “or” and the following paragraph—

(ii)to import such conditions and stipulations,.

(3)After subsection (2) there shall be inserted—

(2A)Any person entitled to grant an assignation under this section may—

(a)execute a deed containing such conditions, or stipulations, as may be specified in an assignation under subsection (2) above; and

(b)register such conditions and stipulations in the Land Register of Scotland or, as the case may be, record the deed in the Register of Sasines,

and, subject to subsection (2C) below, on such registration or, as the case may be, recording such conditions and stipulations shall be effectual.

(2B)“Import” in subsection (2)(ii) above means to import into itself from a deed of conditions (“deed of conditions” having the meaning given by section 122(1) of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9)) the terms of the conditions or stipulations; and importation in or as nearly as may be in the form set out in schedule 1 to that Act (but with the modification that for the references in that form to the terms of the title conditions there are substituted references to the terms of the conditions or stipulations) shall suffice in that regard.

(2C)Where, notwithstanding section 3(4) of the Land Registration (Scotland) Act 1979 (c. 33) (creation of real right or obligation on date of registration etc.), a deed provides for the postponement of effectiveness of any conditions or, as the case may be, stipulations to—

(a)a date specified in that deed (the specification being of a fixed date and not, for example, of a date determinable by reference to the occurrence of an event); or

(b)the date of—

(i)registration of an interest in land under; or

(ii)recording of,

some other deed so specified,

the conditions, or stipulations, shall take effect in accordance with such provision..

(4)In subsection (3), after the word “(2)” there shall be inserted “or (2A)”.

(5)In subsection (4), after the word “assignation”—

(a)where it first occurs, there shall be inserted “, or as the case may be in a deed such as is mentioned in subsection (2A) above,”; and

(b)where it secondly occurs, there shall be inserted “, or as the case may be the deed,”.

Prospective

2In section 138 of the Titles to Land Consolidation (Scotland) Act 1868 (use in any deed of short clauses of consent to registration), for the words “forms Nos. 1 and 2” there shall be substituted “form No.1”.S

Prospective

3(1)The Conveyancing (Scotland) Act 1924 shall be amended in accordance with this paragraph.S

(2)In section 8(5) (application of Schedule D to the Act), for the words “Schedule H of the Conveyancing (Scotland) Act 1874” there shall be substituted “schedule 1 to the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9)”.

(3)In section 40(2) (powers of creditor), after the word “conditions” there shall be inserted “(whether or not by creating a real burden)”.

Prospective

4(1)The Conveyancing and Feudal Reform (Scotland) Act 1970 shall be amended in accordance with this paragraph.S

(2)In section 9 (which introduces the standard security)—

(a)after subsection (2A) there shall be inserted—

(2B)It shall not be competent to grant a standard security over a personal pre-emption burden or personal redemption burden (both within the meaning of Part 4 of the Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc. (Scotland) Act 2000 (asp 5).; and

(b)in subsection (8)(b), for the definition of “interest in land” there shall be substituted—

real right in land” means any such right, other than ownership or a real burden, which is capable of being held separately and to which a title may be recorded in the Register of Sasines;.

(3)In section 19 (calling-up of standard security), in subsection (4), for the words “infeft in” there shall be substituted “having title to”.

(4)In section 19A(1) (notice to occupier of calling up), for the words “an interest” there shall be substituted “land or a real right”.

(5)In section 24(3) (application by creditor for remedies on default), for the words “an interest” there shall be substituted “land or a real right”.

Prospective

5(1)The Prescription and Limitation (Scotland) Act 1973 shall be amended in accordance with this paragraph.S

(2)In section 1 (prescriptive period in relation to real rights in land), in subsection (3), after the word “to”, where it fourthly occurs, there shall be inserted “real burdens,”.

(3)In Schedule 1 (obligations affected by prescriptive periods of five years under section 6 of the Act)—

(a)in paragraph 1(a)(vii), for the words “land obligation” there shall be substituted “title condition”; and

(b)for paragraph 4 there shall be substituted—

4In this Schedule, “title condition” shall be construed in accordance with section 122(1) of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9)..

(4)In Schedule 3 (rights and obligations which are imprescriptible for certain purposes of the Act), in sub-paragraph (h), for the word “interest” there shall be substituted “real right”.

Prospective

6In section 2 of the Land Tenure Reform (Scotland) Act 1974 (prohibition of new ground annuals and other periodical payments from land)—S

(a)in subsection (1), for the words “land obligation” there shall be substituted “title condition”; and

(b)after subsection (2) there shall be added—

(3)In subsection (1) above, “title condition” has the meaning given by section 122(1) of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9)..

7(1)The 1979 Act shall be amended in accordance with this paragraph.S

(2)In each of sections 2(6) (interpretation) and 3(1) (effect of registration), for the words “sections 17, 18 and” there shall be substituted “section”.

(3)In section 3(6) (special provision as respects completion of title)—

(a)for the words “an uninfeft proprietor” there shall be substituted “an unregistered holder”;

(b)for the words “the uninfeft proprietor” there shall be substituted “him”;

(c)for the word “infeft” there shall be substituted “registered as entitled to the interest”; and

(d)for the words from “section 4” to “land”, where it secondly occurs, there shall be substituted

(a)section 4 of the Conveyancing (Scotland) Act 1924 (c. 27);

(b)section 18A(8)(a) of the Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc. (Scotland) Act 2000 (asp 5); and

(c)section 41(a) of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9),

(each of which relate to completion of title) shall be of no effect in relation to such an interest in land. .

(4)In section 6 (the title sheet), at the end there is added—

(6)In subsections (1)(e) and (2) above, “condition” includes a servitude created by a deed registered in accordance with section 75(1) of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9) and a rule of a development management scheme (“development management scheme” being construed in accordance with section 71 of that Act)..

(5)In section 12 (indemnity in respect of loss)—

(a)in subsection (3), after paragraph (g) there shall be inserted—

(gg)the loss arises from inability to enforce sporting rights converted into a tenement in land by virtue of section 65A of the Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc. (Scotland) Act 2000 (asp 5), unless the Keeper expressly assumes responsibility for the enforceability of those rights;; and

(b)at the end there is added—

(5)In subsection (3)(g) above, “condition” includes a rule of a development management scheme (“development management scheme” being construed in accordance with section 71 of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9))..

(6)In section 15 (simplification of deeds relating to registered interests), for subsection (3) there shall be substituted—

(3)It shall not be necessary, in any deed relating to a registered interest in land, to deduce title if evidence of sufficient midcouples or links between the unregistered holder and the person last registered as entitled to the interest are produced to the Keeper on registration in respect of that interest in land..

(7)In section 28(1) (interpretation)—

(a)in the definition of “incorporeal heritable right”—

(i)the existing words “a right to salmon fishings” shall become paragraph (a);

(ii)after that paragraph there shall be inserted the word “; or” and the following paragraph—

(b)sporting rights (as defined by section 65A(9) of the Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc. (Scotland) Act 2000 (asp 5));; and

(b)in paragraph (d) of the definition of “overriding interest”, for the words “a servitude” there shall be substituted “any servitude which was not created by registration in accordance with section 75(1) of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9)”.

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C1Sch. 14 para. 7 partly in force; Sch. 14 para. 7(1)(3)(6) in force at 4.4.2003 see s. 129(2)(5)

Prospective

8In section 17 of the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979 (agreements concerning ancient monuments and land in their vicinity), for subsection (7) there shall be substituted—S

(7)Section 84 of the Law of Property Act 1925 (c. 20) (power of Lands Tribunal to discharge or modify restrictive covenant) shall not apply to an agreement under this section..

Prospective

9In section 23 of the Health and Social Services and Social Security Adjudications Act 1983 (arrears of contributions secured over interest in land in Scotland)—S

(a)in subsection (1)(b)—

(i)after the word “Scotland” (and within the parentheses) there shall be inserted “ “an interest in land” meaning land or,”; and

(ii)after the words “1970” (and within the parentheses) there shall be inserted “, a real right in land”; and

(b)for subsection (4) there shall be substituted—

(4)Where an interest in land (as defined in subsection (1)(b) above) over which a charging order is made is an interest to which the debtor does not have a completed title, the order shall be as valid as if the debtor had such title..

Prospective

10In Schedule 3 to the Further and Higher Education (Scotland) Act 1992 (transfer and apportionment of property)—S

(a)in paragraph 1—

(i)in each of sub-paragraphs (2) and (3), for the words “land obligations” there shall be substituted “title conditions”; and

(ii)for sub-paragraph (5) there shall be substituted—

(5)In this Schedule, “title conditions” has the meaning given by section 122(1) of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9).; and

(b)in paragraph 4(6), for the words “land obligations” there shall be substituted “title conditions”.

Prospective

11In section 16(6) of the Crofters (Scotland) Act 1993 (provisions relating to conveyance), for the words “land obligations as defined in section 1(2) of the Conveyancing and Feudal Reform (Scotland) Act 1970” there shall be substituted “title conditions, within the meaning given by section 122(1) of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9),”.S

Prospective

12In section 58(1) of the Standards in Scotland’s Schools etc. Act 2000 (interpretation), in the definition of “land”, for the words “land obligations (as defined in section 2(6) of the Conveyancing and Feudal Reform (Scotland) Act 1970 (c. 35)” there shall be substituted “title conditions, within the meaning given by section 122(1) of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9)”.S

Prospective

13In each of sections 1(1) (application to suspend enforcement of standard security) and 4(4) (notices to proprietors and occupiers) of the Mortgage Rights (Scotland) Act 2001, for the words “an interest” there shall be substituted “land or a real right”.S

SCHEDULE 15SRepeals

(introduced by section 128)

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I5Sch. 15 partly in force; Sch. 15 in force for certain purposes at 4.4.2003 see s. 129(2)(5)

EnactmentExtent of repeal
Registration Act 1617 (c. 16) (Act of the Parliaments of Scotland)The words from “It is”, where they first occur, to “improving”; and the words from “It is”, where they thirdly occur, to “sufficient”.
Redemptions Act 1661 (c. 247) (Act of the Parliaments of Scotland)The whole Act.
Registration of Leases (Scotland) Act 1857 (c. 26)Section 3(5).
Conveyancing (Scotland) Act 1874 (c. 94)

Section 32.

Schedule H.

Conveyancing (Scotland) Act 1924 (c. 27)

Section 9.

Section 40(3).

In Schedule B, in Form No 1, the words “there are”; and the words from “and have entered” to “and others which affect the land or any part thereof”.

Schedule E.

In Schedule O, the words “with a warrant of registration”.

Church of Scotland (Property and Endowments) Act 1925 (c. 33)Section 22(2)(h).
Church of Scotland (Property and Endowments) (Amendment) Act 1933 (c. 44)In section 9(3), the words from “at such price” to the end.
Conveyancing Amendment (Scotland) Act 1938 (c. 24)Section 9.
Conveyancing and Feudal Reform (Scotland) Act 1970 (c. 35)

Sections 1, 2 and 7.

In section 53(4), the definition of “prescribed”.

Schedule 1.

Land Tenure Reform (Scotland) Act 1974 (c. 38)In section 19, the words “and section 2(4) of the said Act of 1970” and “in both of those provisions,”.
Land Registration (Scotland) Act 1979 (c. 33)

In section 15(2), paragraph (a); and the words “; and (b)” immediately following that paragraph.

Sections 17 and 18.

Aviation Security Act 1982 (c. 36)In Schedule 1, in paragraph 5(b), the words “to a feuduty or ground annual or”.
Housing (Scotland) Act 1987 (c. 26)Section 72(7).
Aviation and Maritime Security Act 1990 (c. 31)In Schedule 2, in paragraph 5(b), the words “to a feuduty or ground annual or”.
Enterprise and New Towns (Scotland) Act 1990 (c. 35)In section 32(3), the words “as is mentioned in section 8(6) of this Act”.
Further and Higher Education (Scotland) Act 1992 (c. 37)In Schedule 3, in paragraph 2(3), the words “, feuduties, stipend”.
Requirements of Writing (Scotland) Act 1995 (c. 7)Section 13(2).
Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc. (Scotland) Act 2000 (asp 5)

In section 17(1), the words “23,”.

Section 20(8)(b) and (c).

Section 23.

In section 24, the words “and 23”.

Section 26.

In section 28, the words “Subject to section 31 of this Act,”.

Sections 29 to 32.

In section 46(1), the words “or 20(8)(b) or (c)”.

In section 49, in the definition of “real burden”, paragraph (a)(iii).

Section 60(2).

In section 77, in subsection (2), the words “Subject to subsection (4)(c) and (d) below,”; and in subsection (4), paragraphs (c) and (d) and the words from “but” to the end.

In schedule 8, in the explanatory note, the words “or that a conservation body shall enforce those burdens on their behalf”.

In schedule 12, paragraphs 2 and 7(6); in paragraph 9, in sub-paragraph (4)(d)(ii), the word “shall” and sub-paragraphs (8) and (21); paragraphs 15(8), 16(2)(a), 18(3) and 30(2), (3), (5), (6)(d)(ii) and (22); and, in paragraph 39, head (c) of sub-paragraph (3) (and the word “and” immediately preceding that head) and sub-paragraph (6).

Schedule 13 in so far as it relates to section 32 of and Schedule H to the Conveyancing (Scotland) Act 1874; to section 9 of the Conveyancing (Scotland) Act 1924; to section 22(2)(h) of the Church of Scotland (Property and Endowments) Act 1925; to section 2 of and Schedule 1 to the Conveyancing and Feudal Reform (Scotland) Act 1970; and to sections 3(6) and 15(2)(a) of the Land Registration (Scotland) Act 1979.

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