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(1)The Scottish Ministers may, after consultation with the Keeper and the Commission, make rules—
(a)regulating the making up and keeping of the register (including the form and manner in which the register is made available to the public);
(b)prescribing the form of any search, report or other document to be issued or used in connection with this Part and regulating the issuing of any such document;
(c)prescribing the form of application for registration;
(d)regulating the procedure on application for any registration;
(e)prescribing the form of deeds relating to registered crofts;
(f)concerning such other matters as seem to Ministers to be necessary or proper in order to give full effect to the purposes of this Part.
(2)The Scottish Ministers may, by order, prescribe the fees payable in respect of registration and in respect of provision by the Keeper of searches, reports, certificates or other documents or copies of documents or of information from the register.
(3)An order under subsection (2) may include provision about—
(a)the circumstances in which a person making an application for first registration is to be entitled to a reduction in the fee that would otherwise be payable in respect of such registration;
(b)the amount of or, as the case may be, method of calculating that reduction; and
(c)the manner in which that reduction is to be achieved (whether by way of discount, repayment or otherwise and including any effect that reduction may have on the operation of sections 7(1) and (3)(b)(ii) and 8(2)(d)).
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